Hearing God

Wed 22 Feb 17 | 7:30PM

How and why should I read the Bible? | Nicky Gumbel

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith. No pressure. No follow up. No charge.

Nicky Gumbel
Sun 29 Mar 15 | 11:30AM

Palm Sunday | Tim and Rachel Hughes

On Palm Sunday, Tim and Rachel Hughes joined us one last time before moving to church plant in Birmingham.

Tim and Rachel Hughes
Sun 16 Nov 14 | 11:30AM

What We Know: Part 3

Jo Glen continues the What We Know series with Part 3 – John 1: God's love and becoming like him. 

Jo Glen
Sun 23 Feb 14 | 11:30AM

The Whispering God

Nothing will transform your life as much as hearing and heading God’s voice. Learn to lean in. 

Ken Costa
Sun 22 Jul 12 | 5:00PM

Using the Bible to Solve Moral Dilemmas

God is interested in every aspect of our world and our lives. This stream explores some contemporary issues to help equip you to think and live for Christ in the...
Sean Doherty
Sun 22 Jul 12 | 3:30PM

How to Understand the Bible

In this seminar based on Romans, Chris Tilling shares on how we should think about questions such as how we receive the Bible, how to read it and what to do with the tricky bits.
Chris Tilling
Wed 22 Feb 12 | 7:00PM

Alpha Session 5: Why and How Should I Read the Bible?

HTB Curate Erin Clifford delivers the talk on session 5 of the Alpha Spring term 2012 on the topic, 'Why and How Should I Read the Bible?'

Erin Clifford
Thu 28 Jul 11 | 4:00PM

Introduction to the Bible: Reading the Bible

Graham Tomlin gives an introduction to reading the Bible.
Graham Tomlin
Wed 27 Jul 11 | 4:00PM

Books of the Bible: Deuteronomy

This track offers an advanced look at some of the books of the Bible for those who have been Christians for some time.
Andrew Emerton
Tue 26 Jul 11 | 12:00PM

Wake Up

A conversation with our creator can change everything. So why don’t we do it daily? 

Ken Costa
Wed 11 May 11 | 1:00PM

Recognising the Lord

Ian Dyble delivers a talk about recognising Jesus, the good shepherd, as referenced in John.
Ian Dyble