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ABANDON YOURSELF

29th October 2017
ABANDON YOURSELF

Ps Valerie McIntyre brings a powerful message “Abandon Yourself” which looks at what it means to submit God’s purpose. All of God’s people are ordinary people who have been made extraordinary by the purpose He has given them. Oswald Chambers captures this sentiment perfectly: “God is at work bending, breaking, molding, and doing exactly as He chooses. And why is He doing it? He is doing it for only one purpose— that He may be able to say, “This is My man, and this is My woman.”
A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 7

15th October 2017
A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 7

In this final part of the Surprising Saviour series Seb Lannuzel shares a message on ‘Kingdom Dynamics’. The three important sometimes unseen factors in the operation of God’s Kingdom in our lives; 1) What Jesus do you have 2) the effect of Jesus on the crowds 3) the effect of the crowd on the ministry of Jesus

A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 3

17th September 2017
A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 3

Ps Valerie McIntyre brings us the third part of this series with a great message on The Surprising Saviour and Outsiders. Being part of the in crowd has always been important. To the first century Jew, Jesus’ approach to people who were marginalised was mind blowing.  He touched lepers (you never did this) he welcomed to his table tax collectors, Romans, the immoral, and the despised. He was always about people, not classes, races, or groups – but individuals.

A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 2

10th September 2017
A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 2

The Surprising Saviour, Women and Children. In Part 2 of this series Ps Simon McIntyre unpacks how Jesus’s relationship with children was a surprise, and his relationship (way of relating) with women was a shock.  Without being patronising  Jesus elevated the status and value of women in ways surpassing and unheard of.  The gospel accounts are also revolutionary in showing God’s heart for children – often despised or ignored in that time.

A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 1

3rd September 2017
A SURPRISING SAVIOUR – PART 1

In Part 1 of the brand new series at C3 Fulham, Ps Simon McIntyre lays the foundation for ‘The Surprising Saviour’.  Jesus is always more than we’d imagine; more wonderful, more challenging, more alarming, and ultimately more loving. In this series of messages we will be looking at various interactions Jesus has with everyone, from the Pharisees to children. Don’t be surprised if He is more surprising than you’d thought.
Relationships (Part 8) – Placed With Purpose

30th July 2017
Relationships (Part 8) – Placed With Purpose

Today continuing in the Relationships Series, three different speakers unpack the topic, Placed with Purpose.  We’re called to make a difference which is why we are placed with purpose in our workplace, building trust, taking responsibility and bringing peace is a way to start bringing that to life.

Relationships (Part 6) – Separate But Not Alone

16th July 2017
Relationships (Part 6) – Separate But Not Alone

In Part 6 of the Relationships Series Valerie McIntyre brings an encouraging message on what does it mean to be separate but not alone? As a single person we are asked to separate ourselves to Christ, at least for a season. This basically asks us to follow Him, and not chase after the things that might make us feel good for a moment, but leave us feeling guilty and emotionally bankrupt. One of the most powerful ways to enjoy life as a single is to refresh the soul with fun things to do, and hold to our self-respect. Our decisions define us, each and every day.

Relationships (Part 5) – Better Together

9th July 2017
Relationships (Part 5) – Better Together

In Part 5 of the Relationships Series our guest speaker Gordon Moore brings an encouraging word on the power of a life with is better together. In a world where people are increasingly moving away from the complications of community the power of what we sow into relationships will determine what we reap.

Relationships (Part 3) – Community – The good, the bad and the ugly

25th June 2017
Relationships (Part 3) – Community – The good, the bad and the ugly

In part 3 of C3 Fulham’s Relationship series Seb Lannuzel unpacks the often unseen rich purpose in community based faith. Let’s never buy into the ‘me and God only’ trend that is creeping into a lot of Christian philosophy but let’s stay in community where our strengths and weaknesses are revealed which cause us to grow together.

Relationships (Part 2) – Household Codes

18th June 2017
Relationships (Part 2) – Household Codes

Pastor Simon McIntyre brings the crossover message from the Colossians series into the new C3 Fulham Relationship series. In the final part of the book of Colossians the message focuses on how Jesus influences and transforms our relationships with each other, and in particular the family and the insight of the household code. The Apostle is seen as a social conservative and a social revolutionary.

Colossians (Part 6)

11th June 2017
Colossians (Part 6)

Pastor Simon McIntyre continues our series on the remarkable epistle to the Colossians.
Paul has established what the Victory of Jesus looks like. He now applies it to our lives with an emphasis on morality and love. We have separated the two in the western world, but Paul insists that love and morality/ethics are on the same coin.

Colossians (Part 4)

30th April 2017
Colossians (Part 4)

Pastor Simon McIntyre continues our series on the remarkable epistle to the Colossians. Moulding Jesus into cultural norms or adding to his person and victory always subtracts from who He is and what He has done. This was a dilemma the church faced. Paul’s answer was to see Jesus for all He was, and what a transforming view it is.

The Power of the Cross (Easter Part 1)

9th April 2017
The Power of the Cross (Easter Part 1)

In Part 1 of the Easter series, Mike Taylor brings a message on the incredible power of the Cross that has never faded over time. The Cross of Jesus bridges the gap between us & God and carries the hope for eternity. It was one moment that lasts for all time. It was one person for all people.

Colossians (Part 1)

5th March 2017
Colossians (Part 1)

Pastor Simon McIntyre launches our series on the remarkable epistle to the Colossians.
This small yet profound New Testament letter by Paul rings in our ears today with its impact and truth. Christ is the Liberator and Lord in ways that are revolutionary and liberating. We are longer the pawns of superstition, fear and appeasement – as in much of religion.

Encouraged to life

16th October 2016
Encouraged to life

A word of encouragement can fill you with hope. Within each of us is a deep desire to be known. In the dark watches of the night, most of us, if we’re honest, will wonder – how will my life go? But a word of encouragement is not enough. We need TRUTH with our encouragement. Being encouraged in your natural person is not lasting, it won’t sustain you. Being encouraged in WHO YOU ARE IN CHRIST. And WHO you can BECOME in Christ is an encouragement that will take you all the way across the finish line.

Church for dummies – the way the Church works (part 3)

9th October 2016
Church for dummies – the way the Church works (part 3)

In this concluding message of the series the question is asked, “How do I know what Gifts God has given me?”  Simple answers are offered in an attempt to demystify this. This is the followed by an overview of the Spiritual Gifts in 1 Corinthians 12 – 14, with particular emphasis on the encouraging and building nature of Prophecy.

Church for dummies – the way the Church works (part 1)

11th September 2016
Church for dummies – the way the Church works (part 1)

Ps Simon McIntyre speaks about how God’s church – His people, you and I – is spoken of as a body more than any other way by Paul. It is a brilliant analogy of his. At the heart of it is the fact that the church is a gift based organism. We look at this and how we may apply it to our lives.

Worship Him – Reflections in Psalms (part 2)

4th September 2016
Worship Him – Reflections in Psalms (part 2)

Ps Simon McIntyre concludes Reflections in Psalms. The Psalms have a full range of human faith and fears, doubts and distresses. A well rounded faith must always include a well rounded humanity. Psalms gives expression to this and allows, even encourages, us to do the same. Some surprising answers and insights.