Walk This Way

In this sermon, Pastor Jonathan Minter walks us through the Gospels to see just how it was that Jesus walked when he was on this earth, and then challenges us "walk as Jesus did".

Walk This Way

September 30, 2012 | 1 John 2:6 | jesus

Pastor Jonathan Minter delivered a message entitled “Walk This Way.” The message was taken from 1 John 2:6 which says that “whoever claims to live in him must walk as Jesus did.” This message looks at three categories of things that Jesus did most and challenges us to do likewise in Jesus power. Jonathan Minter is WCC’s new Executive Pastor.


How to Grow as a Disciple

In this sermon, Justin Norden, from our teaching team, helps us understand how to apply the Great Commission to our lives. This is a follow-on from his sermon in July on the Great Commandment.

How to Grow as a Disciple

September 23, 2012 | Matthew 28:18-20 | discipleship

Justin Norden offers an encouraging message from Matthew 28:18-20 entitled “How to Grow as a Disciple.”


The DNA of Real Community

In this four part series, we studied the four devotions of the early church found in Acts 2:42. Instead of re-inventing the wheel, we seek to do church the way they did it at the beginning. We devote ourselves to the apostles' teaching, the fellowship, the breaking of bread, and prayer through our Community Groups.

DNA: A Common Pursuit

September 16, 2012 | Acts 2:42-47 | prayer, community

Pastor Gary Combs concludes the sermon series “The DNA of Real Community” based on Acts 2:42-47. This message focuses on the fourth strand of “DNA,” which is the practice of praying together. This first century practice of the early church was one of its four devotions. When we pray together as the early Christians did, we are able to see the miraculous power of Christ moving in our midst.

DNA: A Common Practice

September 9, 2012 | Acts 2:42-47 | food, community

Pastor Gary Combs continues the sermon series “The DNA of Real Community” based on Acts 2:42-47. This message focuses on the third strand of “DNA,” which is the practice of breaking bread together. This first century practice of the early church was one of its four devotions. When we break bread together as the early Christians did, we are able to see the hands of Christ, the grace of Christ and the body of Christ in our gathering.

DNA: A Common Identity

September 2, 2012 | Acts 2:42-47 | community

Pastor Gary Combs continues the series “The DNA of Real Community” with this sermon about the second “devotion” of the early church, “the fellowship.” The Greek word for fellowship is koinonia. This is more than just a get-together. This is about the common identity that believers share as members of Christ’s family.