7 audios

Vintage Prayer

How did prayer begin? How did people pray before they could pray “in Jesus’ name”? Join us as we explore examples of prayer in the Old Testament, and seek to understand the foundations of Biblical prayer.


9 audios

The Lord's Prayer

John Butler teaching on the different petitions of the “The Lord’s Prayer”, from Matthew 6 and Luke 11.


4 audios

Esther: God's Grand Design

Pastor Clint Lombard preaches through the Old Testament book of Esther, highlighting God’s sovereign power, his faithfulness to his promises, and his active working out of those promises even when it’s not obvious to us.

(Term 3 & 4, 2017)


7 audios

Seven Signs of the Saviour

John Butler is teaching the series “The Seven Signs of the Saviour” based on the words that the apostle John writes near the end of his gospel. He said, “Therefore many other signs Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name.”


14 audios

Credo - This I Believe

The Apostles’ Creed is one of the oldest and best-known statements of what Christians believe. Our series of sermons unpacks each phrase in this statement, highlighting what the Bible teaches about God, Jesus and his Holy Spirit.


24 audios

Romans - Core Christianity

Clint Lombard teaches through the book of Romans, unpacking Paul’s desire to share ‘gospel unity’ with the church in Rome, so that they might also share in ‘gospel mission’.


19 audios


The book of Joshua is a book about a God who is present with his people, makes sure promises to his people, and perseveres with his people. Join us as John Butler teaches through the book of Joshua at our morning worship services in the second and fourth terms of 2018.

You can download the study guide for this series here.


2 audios

Cradle, Cross, Crown (2018)

A simple way to think of the real meaning behind the birth of Jesus at Christmas is under three themes: the Cradle, the Cross and the Crown.