Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have decided to cancel all our public gatherings. So, for the weeks ahead we’ll be having our Sunday services together at home. Even though we are apart in body, we can be together in spirit, as we worship together in our homes. All of the resources for the Sunday … Read More
On January 5th we will be starting our new sermon series ‘The Victorious Life’. We will be discovering the victory that Jesus gives in our hearts, homes, communities, and the world.
Come and join us for our Sunday Service (25th August) at 10:30am – Woodchurch Community Centre, TN26 3SQ. We will be starting a new sermon series in the book of Ruth and discovering what it means to find refuge and redemption under the wings of the Lord. “The Lord repay you for what you have … Read More
New sermon series in 2 Timothy starting this Sunday (28th April): ‘The Spiritual Survival Guide’ A biblical guide to finding spiritual shelter, fire, food & tools to survive and thrive in the wilderness of this world.
This coming Sunday we will be back in Luke’s amazing gospel as we return to our sermon series ‘Follow Me’. We will be discovering who Jesus is and what it means to follow him. In this series we will be looking at the following questions… Is Jesus a god myth or man who is God? … Read More
Our new sermon series starts this Sunday (14th Oct)… Isaiah: A new vision for life & eternity
We are starting a new sermon series on May 13th looking at our need to set down roots in our lives, roots in Jesus, his word, in the Spirit filled life, in his mission, and roots in a local church. This will also be helpful for those considering making Outpost Church their spiritual home.
This coming Sunday we will be starting a new sermon series in the book of Jonah. The book of Jonah reminds us that we cannot run from the God.
This Sunday at 10.30am we will begin a new sermon series in the book of Acts. “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” Acts 1:8