Sermons on Romans

Being a Loving Fellowship

We continue our new series on Being a Fellowship. This week Chris invites Sally Sagoe, minister at King’s Street Baptist Church in Thetford, to share how they have incorporated being a loving fellowship into their daily lives as a church. Sally speaks about the initiatives they have begun to explore and particularly how they have partnered with the Kintsugi Hope mission.

James leads the rest of the service, with a video from BMS regarding the ongoing humanitarian situation in Ukraine and Pete and Nick lead our sung worship.

Science Sunday 2021

For our Science Sunday service for 2021 Rev Dr John Weaver speaks about a subject that is rarely out of the news: climate change. What does the Bible have to say about how can we as Christians respond to the challenge of combatting climate change and how can we change our habits to ensure that God’s creation is not tarnished further?
Chris leads the rest of the service, whilst Pete leads our sung worship.

New Life

In the final part of our series in Romans, Chris answers the familiar question “What did the Cross Achieve?” with an explanation of how it gives us new life. He explores how having new life gives us the ability to have new relationships with God, with each other and with creation.
Susan leads the rest of the service with the traditional 2 minutes silence at 11 o’clock for Remembrance Sunday. Mike and Lynne lead sung worship.


We continue our series in Romans, asking the question What did the cross achieve, with this week Chris focussing on the cross achieving victory. Victory over sin, victory over the enemy, victory over death itself. If God is for us, who can stand against us?

Karen leads the rest of the service whilst Lynne and Pete lead our sung worship.


We continue our series in Romans asking the question “What did the cross achieve?”. This week Chris focusses on the revelation revealed by the cross, how God revealed the full extent of Himself and His love to the whole world.
Ant leads the rest of the service whilst Pete leads our sung worship.


This week Chris starts a new series. Using Paul’s letter to the Romans we aim to answer the question: what did the cross achieve? This week focussing on salvation.
Susan leads the rest of the service whilst Pete and Nick lead our sung worship.

Catching the Wave: Politics

We continue our series on Catching the Wave with what has turned out to be extremely topical subject given recent events. Chris speaks on the history of politics and Christianity and reminds us of the commandment to pray for our leaders – even if (perhaps, especially if!) we disagree with what they’re doing.
Ant leads the rest of the service whilst Lynne picks the songs for the worship time.

Zoom Communion Romans

A recording of a live Zoom communion service. Susan leads the service, and Chris brings a reflection on a passage from Romans. Plus songs chosen by Pete and Susan. Unfortunatlely the video quality is not great, but hopefully you can see past that and still meet with God.

Creation’s Completion

History has a direction and a purpose.  Knowing the destination helps the believer to wait eagerly and patiently for their hope to be fulfilled.  God’s wonderful plan is to bring all of creation including us to fulfil our intended purpose.  This means that our lives now have meaning, purpose and direction too.