Craig Sweeney-Essex: 10th June 'Building Together Part Nine - Greater Expectations'

This week Rev. Craig Sweeney-Essex brings us the next part of the Building Together series, where we look at how God can and will do immeasurably more than we could ever expect. The message this week focuses on Ephesians 3:20 'Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us

Craig Sweeney-Essex: 18th March 2018 Building Together Part Six 'Gifts of the Spirit

This week Rev. Craig Sweeney-Essex brings us the next instalment in the Building Together series, continuing on from last week in looking at the Gifts of the Spirit. 

The reading from this week is from Romans 11:33- Romans 12:1-9. 

Craig Sweeney-Essex: 25th February 'Building Together Part 3'

This week, Craig continues the 'Building Together' series with the third instalment 'The Work of Private Prayer', including some practical points for prayer. Six key passages for continued study:

  • Matthew 6:6
  • Matthew 14:23
  • Mark 1:35
  • Luke 5:15-16
  • Luke 6:12
  • Luke 9:28

A link for purchasing '5 Things to Pray For Your Church' can be found here

Craig Sweeney-Essex: 19th November 'Journeying Together Summary'



This week, Craig brings us a summary of the 'Journeying Together' series. As well as recapping what we've discovered through his teaching and bible study, Craig also brought some prayer points to conclude the series;

•We would be a church who are willing to do everything the Lord commands us

•We would be prepared to leave behind what is unnecessary

•We would be prepared to go when and where the Lord tells us to

•We would be a church who intentionally and faithfully seek to spend time with the Lord God – when alone and when we are together

•We would see many people come to place their trust in Jesus Christ and follow Him

•We would always take a wise approach when aiming to discern the Lord God’s will

•We would be a church who sees what’s in front of us and responds accordingly

Whilst these are directed to the church, they also apply to our everyday lives.