This weeks message continues our theme of Prayer and is from our wonderful guest speaker Sarah Searle from Stockton Parish Church. Hear about praying for God’s perspective, why it’s ok to ask for things because God totally loves you, and what to do when your prayers aren’t answered
What a great time we had on Christmas Eve, the theme for the service was set as Narnia. As guests arrived they walked through a forest of trees into the main hall. What followed was service full of carols, games, chocolate and a great message from Pastor Elijah.
This is our final week in the Jesus Is series and hasnt it been great. As a church we've heard alot of amazing stories of how Jesus is working in the life of this church. Our prayer is that we as a church can be shaped by the life of Jesus, when we look at the word we allow the way Jesus lived to shape us.
As we continue our 'Jesus Is' theme, we are excited to here how God is working in and through individuals and couples at Teesside Vineyard. This week we have George and Fay talking about how Christ is their foundation, at home, work, friendship circles and when it comes to making decisions.
This week we continue our 'Jesus is' Series and we get to step into the story of the incredible Jo Jones. We thank Jo for her bravery and openeness to share her story. At the end Lauren unpacks some biblical teaching on Gods Provsion.
This week we continued our ‘Jesus is’ series by exploring the theme— my calling. We heard the honest, heart felt story of Ian and Gail Goodrich’s faith journey. They shared how important it is to not only listed to God’s call, but to be obedient to follow it. To conclude, Jenna wrapped up the service with two biblical truths about Jesus’ calling. First, He calls us to Himself in relationship (as we see throughout the Gospels), and then Jesus calls us out into the our community’s to share the good news and invite others into relationship with God (our great commission).