Whining About God

The book of Malachi explores life during the times of the return of Exile during Ezra/Nehemiah. The people whinge to God without realising it is their own godlessness that is the source of their grief. Join us at CCM over the next 5 weeks as we delve into this theme.

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3:16

In John’s gospel we explore Jesus encountering, loving and offering life to people. In 2000 years people have not changed. Join us as we adventure along and grow with Jesus over the next four weeks.

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Songs of Christmas

Please join us with our new sermon series commencing 8 December. This series on Luke is preparing us for Christmas. Each week has a song attached to it (except Zechariah’s silence). The aim of the series is to look at the songs and the reasons they give to be joyful!

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Holiness In Christ

Please join us for our new sermon series commencing 3 November. This sermon series examines the holiness of Christians and the uniqueness of it in Christ. Our holiness is powerful because it is mundane and not religious.  The kingdom is seen in everyday acts and not exclusive practices.

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Show Me Some Identity Please

What is identity? How do you find it? In today’s society we can define and redefine ourselves and it sounds so promising. “Identity is partly heritage partly upbringing but mostly the choices you make in life” Patricia Biggs “I am made and remade continually. Different people draw different words from...

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The Church

How do you see the church, us, CCM? What words would you use to describe it.  How you see the church should prompt your behaviour in it. Although the Church is often seen as the repository of a fixed and unchanging faith, it is better seen as a laboratory, in...

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Knowing the Future

In 2 Kings 8 there is a story of an ill king who sends his servant to inquire from Elisha about what his future holds. Here is a snippet. He found the prophet and said, “Your servant, King Benhadad, wants to know if he will get well.” 10 “Tell him he...

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