30/01/2022 – 27/02/2022

Encountering the Spirit

Would you like to encounter God in a way that will bring life to you and those around you? For close to 2,000 years, Christians have been praying prayers of invitation for the Holy Spirit to come, to move, and to transform people and situations. In this teaching series, we unveil the risky adventure that happens when we dare to pray, “Come, Holy Spirit” and join in the Grace-filled flow of the ages in which Jesus has changed-and continues to change-lives around the world.

  • Growing in Prophecy

    Do you want to hear God speak to you to encourage you when things are tough, or you want to know what to do, or even to know if God is there? In this talk, Simon unpacks the difficult subject of prophecy. How does God speak? How do we define it? What are the dangers? Who can do it?

  • A God who heals today

    Mark Aldridge speaks on healing and having faith as you pray.

  • The Spirit and His gifts

    In this week’s talk we ask who the gifts of the Spirit are for, what they’re for and where we see them. Are they just for class A Christians. The super-spiritual? The really prayerful? The extroverts? Those with enough faith? The less rational? The young enough? The old enough? No, Paul couldn’t be clearer – “no one can say, “Jesus is Lord,” except by the Holy Spirit”. So, anyone who truly believes that ‘Jesus is Lord’ has the Holy Spirit living inside them and with it access to His gifts. But what’s the point of these gifts? Is it just for me to experience something out of this world? No, Paul says they exist to bring glory to Christ, bring unity and diversity in the church and to be used for the common good. And where are these gifts seen? The answer has to start ‘in Britain today’, in supernatural and more ‘natural’ ways and wherever people are prepared to pray ‘Jesus I submit to you, your will be done in my life, your way not my way’.

  • The Spirit I never knew

    Simon introduces our new series about the encountering the Holy Spirit with a talk The Holy Spirit I Never Knew. There does seem to be a confusion people have about the Holy Spirit and what he does. To help us understand who the Holy Spirit is, the bible gives us a number of pictures, symbolized as a dove, as wind, and as a helper. What do these things mean? How does the Holy Spirit guide, teach and touch us today?