Our Sermon Series

Sermon Series – Servant Songs

There are four “Servant Songs” of Isaiah that describe the service, suffering, and exaltation of the Servant of the Lord. All the songs demonstrate the Servant to be God’s humble and gentle Servant. He is a kingly figure, representing Israel in its ideal form; He is the high priest, who atones for the sin of humanity …”

The supporting notes and questions for our Servant Songs sermon series in February and March 2021. were used in our life groups and provide insight and thoughts for your own personal study..

Vision Series 2021

In our vision document we state: We seek to be a community of believers that GROWS in God, CONNECTS with others and SERVES one another, living out “God within, reaching out” through which BBC aims to provide an opportunity for all in our community to respond to Jesus’ call to follow Him.“. This series looks at what it means to GROW, CONNECT and SERVE.

The supporting notes and questions for our Vision sermon series in January 2021 were used in our life groups and provide insight and thoughts for your own personal study.

The Psalms

The Psalms is the greatest body of poetry in the Old Testament. We are looking at the Psalms because they express almost every human emotion. There is a danger in our faith that we feel we cannot express negative emotions to God. The Psalms contradict this by doing just that: express the heights of ecstatic joy to the profoundest desolation, and everything in between. What you do not find, in the Psalms, is indifference!

The supporting notes and questions for our sermon series on the Psalms from September to October in 2020. Used in our life groups and provide insight and thoughts for your own personal study.

1 Peter

The supporting notes and questions for our sermon series on 1 Peter from April to July in 2020 used in our life groups and provide insight and thoughts for your own personal study.

Household Code

A three-week mini-series on relationships in the light of the gospel. This goes back as far as the philosopher Aristotle, as recorded by Plato. They were described as Husband-Wives;
Parents-Children and Masters-Slaves…

The supporting notes and questions for our sermon series “Household Code” in Jun/July 2019 used by our life groups and for personal study.

Life Group Notes – Called

The supporting notes and questions for our sermon series Called from 2019 were used in our life groups and provide insight and thoughts for your own personal study.

Life Group Notes – Daniel

Supporting notes and questions for our sermon series Sovereignty and Faithfulness in Uncertain Times from early 2019. These were used in our life groups and provide insight and thoughts for your own personal study.