God has created us with such diversity and richness, we are special, gifted and unique. However, our differences should not become the reason or cause of division within the body of Christ.
Today’s message comes from Acts 10 and is entitled ‘A Good Man‘. Elder Martin takes us through the account of Cornelius’ conversion to Christ. We are encouraged to be people of good standing, to do good, especially in being a
This week Deacon Harold Bennett looks at Matthew 5:13-16 and recognises that we are called to be Salt and Light. He then asks the question “But how can we practically be Salt and Light in our generation?”
This week Minister Keith Treasure looks at the freedom received by us because of the sacrifice made by Jesus Christ. He acknowledges that we all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.
We often find ourselves in situations, where we must make excuses for our personal failures. The nature of the excuses is often designed to placate the person we have offended. It is also a means of defending and protecting our
In a time of sickness, death, tragedy & injustice, God wants us to not lose focus on what would be the worst disaster to happen to us all.
In view of our corporate responsibility to exercise love towards God, and bearing in mind the fact that our love for the Father is worked out in our acts of service towards each other, and to our communities.
“…and they were filled with the Holy Spirit”ACTS 2:4 Join us on Sunday 31st May 2020 from 6:30pm to 8pm for Pray Haringey’s first ever online Pentecost Celebration.
Our deacon recapped last weeks sermon which looked at the topic of the Mark of the Beast which identified people with the worship of the Evil Trilogy. This week we journey together, considering the vital characteristics which identify believers.
This weeks sermon is entitled ‘Faith in the Fire.’ It is taken from Revelation 13. Pastor David invites us take a look at this timely passage, but in a very simplistic manner. The focus is to ascertain the most basic