Christmas is almost here! And everyone has a different ‘take’ on what Christmas is all about.

We fill it with different things: Family and food. Presents and Public Holidays. The beach and boxing-day cricket.
We feel it in different ways: Celebration and cheer. Loss and loneliness.
We focus it on different things: Gratitude and goodwill in general. Praise of God for providing peace.

We have different takes… and so did the people on the first Christmas. This year at Salt Church, come and join us as we see Christmas through the eyes of some of the first people who were there:

  • Joseph – Sun 9 Dec (4pm and 6pm)
  • Herod – Sun 16 Dec (4pm and 6pm)
  • Mary – Sun 23 Dec (4pm and 6pm)
  • The Magi – Tue 25 Dec (9am)

 

Why do we find counterfeit gods so attractive? What is an idol and how would I know if I'm committing idolatry? From Hosea to us we take an exploration into…
We continue to explore the astonising love of God in light of Israel's blantant unfaithfulness. How will you respond to God's love for you?
God's astonishig response to Israel's shocking spiritual adultery says all we need to know about our treatment of God and his astounding response. Do you know God and do you…
War is an unfortunate reality of our world. But what does the Bible say about the topic of war and how should we respond to war as Christians?
The words we speak can have a powerful impact for good or cause significant harm. What we say matters. What does God say about how we should use our tongues?
What's the point of work & what does God have to say about it?

Jesus does things that no one else can do. He teaches like no one else. He heals and casts out demons. He has power of the wind and the waves.…
We live in a world that prizes itself on zero judgement, is that what Jesus means when he says 'Do not judge'?
Jesus says not to worry but surely it's not that easy. What's the secret to living in an anxious world?

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