In the penultimate message in our Basics series Jonny speaks about what the church is to do. He suggests that the role of the church is to do the work Jesus did in inaugurating God's kingdom. This will mean facing fear and fatigue as we focus on Jesus face, and take steps of faith.
This week Jonny concludes three week's teaching on the person and work of the Holy Spirit by looking at what the Holy Spirit does in the life of the Church.
In this next message in our Basics series, Will teaches on the nature of the church. He explains that the church is a called to follow Jesus, to be different, to be a people, and to the person of Jesus.
This week guest speaker Andy Watkins preaches on Jesus' Great Commission (Matthew 28.16–20). Just as the Holy Spirit enabled Jesus' first disciples us to overcome feelings of inadequacy, confusion and fear by His empowering presence, so He is available to us today in the same way.
As we celebrate Pentecost and the coming of the Holy Spirit we join with the church around the world asking for another pentecost. In this message Jonny & Amy look at how we might have more of the Holy Spirit, particularly focusing on what stops us from asking for more of Him.
This week we look at the Holy Spirit, asking 'who is He?' and 'what does he do?' Jonny invites each of us to consider what it might mean to pursue a personal revival in the Holy Spirit for ourselves.
This week Jonny explores the nature of prayer and what it means for our lives.
This week we explore worship, asking why, how, and what happens when we worship God?
As we look back on our first year at Trinity Church Nottingham, Jonny speaks on the importance of remembering in the life of following Jesus.
This week in our Basics series Will looks at the Bible, and addresses the central role that it plays in our journey with Jesus.
As we move into an exploration of the more experiential side of faith, Amy Hughes suggests four foundations for God's guidance.
Jonny brings Holy Week to a close by speaking about the resurrection of Jesus, and what it means for us today.
Will continues our 'Basics' series as he looks at the question 'why did Jesus die?'.
This week Jonny continues our basics series by looking at what faith is, and how we can develop more of it.
This week Jonny continues our Basics series by asking 'what was Jesus' message?'.
Jonny kicks off our new 'Basics' series by looking at what the names Jesus is given say about who he is.
This week Rachel Hughes speaks to us from the book of Esther. She reminds us that we are all uniquely commissioned by God to make a difference wherever he has positioned us.
Jesus' ministry begins with a beautiful moment of affirmation, but pretty soon he hits the wall in the wilderness. This is no accident; indeed, it's the Holy Spirit who takes him there. Every one of us will experience the wall at some point in our journey with Jesus. In this message Jonny looks at what we can we learn from Jesus' example to help us on our way.
This week Jonny speaks on the story of Zacchaeus, the outsider who Jesus brings in. This is an example of Jesus doing what he does best, discovering lost things, and wreaking holy disruption. We at Trinity want to be a place where people can come home to God. As Jonny says, this is going to mean some holy disruption for us as we follow in Jesus' footsteps.
What does freedom look like in real life? Paul ends the letter to the church in Philippi by thanking them for their gift to him. Clearly they were model givers (see 2 Cor 8/9). To be a Christian is to step into generosity as a way of life. With Jesus as our example we can continue to find freedom in this area as our giving reflects the generousity that we see in the church in Philippi.