We meet every Sunday at 10.30am at Wallington High School for Girls SM6 0PH

Sermons by “Jon Lindsay-Scott”

The Hope Effect: Joy

Looking at Romans 12.9-12, Jon unpacks the link between hope and joy and the need to position ourselves to be filled with joy by the Holy Spirit.

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Hope-filled Worship

Jon helps us think about our worship beginning with hope in God, looking at Psalm 43 in our March Worship4Everyone service.

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Hope in the Dark (pt.3)

Jon finishes our mini-series on Hope in the dark in Habakkuk, looking at Chapter 3 and Shigionoth praise before provision, remembering what God has already done, and embracing God in hope.

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Hope in the dark (pt.2)

Jon looks at Habakkuk Chapter 2 and how in our Waiting God calls us to listen, to write down what He gives us, and to not give up on Him – ‘though it linger, wait for it’ (v3).

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Hope Overflowing (pt.2)

Jon explores the them of hope in Romans 15.8-13. Hope comes from believing in God’s Promises, and looks like us worshipping ‘among the gentiles’. Hope is influential and results in lives being transformed!

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Hope Overflowing

Romans 15.13 reveals that God is the source of our hope and as we trust in Him, He promises to cause us to overflow with hope!

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What is Prophecy?

We explore eagerly desiring the gift of prophecy, the difference between foretelling and forthtelling, and the importance of prophesying God’s truth to strengthen, encourage and comfort others. (1 Corinthians 15.1-5, John 16.12-13)

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What is Communion?

Using 1 Corinthians 11.23-26, Jon explores Communion looking specifically at Thanksgiving and Remembering with Expectation.

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Giving towards our vision – Malachi 3.8-12

Jon looks at our vision as a church – to be a beacon of hope in our community, and what God says through Malachi 3.8-12 about giving and tithing, as we look to resource our vision.

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Significance in Serving

In Romans 12.1-8, Paul reminds us that we are the body of christ and that we each have a special function. However, when we believe the lie of insignificance our walk with Jesus is held back. God says, you are significant and we can agree by being the people He created us to be!

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