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Advent 2017

This Sunday we will continue our celebration of Advent. Our Morning Service, 10:30am, will be our Family Carol Service: whatever age you are, come and share the joy of Christmas! Our Evening Service, 6:30pm, will consider the announcement of Jesus' birth to the shepherds: The True King has Come...

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Two Very Different Kings - but who needs one anyway? Sunday Nov 26th

Power corrupts... but why? And what power could work in our lives in a way that, rather than corrupt us, it transforms us? In our Morning Service we will continue looking at the Gospel of Matthew: 14:1-21: Two Kings and Two Feasts. In our Evening Service we will conclude our series in Judges: 19-21: Who Needs a King? ...

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Hidden Treasure and the Last Judgment

Jesus tells two parables about treasure hidden in a field and a pearl of great price, and then proceeds to talk of the final judgement. So what's the connection? In our Morning Service(10:30am) we will continue looking at Matthew's Gospel, chapter 13. In our Evening Service(6:30pm) we look at the Book of Judgeschapters 17-18: The King and Priest We Need. Both services w...

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The Problem of Evil and the Power of God

The problem of evil is something that can undermine the faith of many. And yet it's also a problem for those who don't believe. After all - why is evil a problem if there are no moral absolutes and no God? So, given that evil is a problem for believer and unbeliever alike, what does Jesus have to say about it? In our Morning Service(10:30am) we will continue looking at M...

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Change of Venues this Sunday: 5th November

This Sunday we will be meeting in different venues from normal: Morning Service, 10:30am: Eglise de la croix d'Ouchy,Avenue d'Ouchy 45, 1006 Lausanne. Evening Service: 6:30pm: Temple d'Ecublens, Place du Motty, 1024 Ecublens Whichever service you come to, you will be very welcome! ...

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Sceptics, Signs and Jesus - October 29th

If it's good to ask questions (and it is), and if it's good to seek evidence for belief (and it is), why does Jesus give the religous leaders of his day such a hard time when they asked him for proof? And what does his response have to teach us in our secular, sceptical age? In our Morning Service we will continue looking at the Gospel of Matthew, 12:38-50: Sceptics, Sign...

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Rest for your soul: Sunday October 8th

We have little problem with the idea of a God of Love, but a God who judges.... well, that's a different matter. In fact, some would say that love and judgment cannot go together. And yet, Jesus saw things differently. He went from pronouncing curses on cities to offering rest for the weary and heavy laden. How can you reconcile those two things? In our Morning Service we...

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Dealing with Doubts and a Judge Called Deborah - Oct 1st

At a crisis point in his life, John the Baptist doubted. At a crisis point in the life of Israel, Deborah didn't. Yet in both cases, God came through. What can we learn from these two people? In our Sunday Morning service we will continue looking at the Gospel of Matthew, 11:1-19 - Dealing With Your Doubts In our Sunday Evening service we will be looking at the Book of J...

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Christ: compelling, dividing, surprising - Sunday 24th September

Whether you are a Christian or not, the character of Jesus of Nazareth is compelling. But he is also divisive. That is no less true today than in his own day. So if you want to imitate his compassion and truth speaking in the world, how are you supposed to handle the negative responses you will get? In our Sunday Morning Service we will be looking at Matthew's Gospel, Mat...

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God's Rescue - Sunday 17th September

This Sunday we will begin two new series. In the Morning Service we will return to the Gospel of Matthew and see how Jesus' compassion for the world moves his followers out into the world: Proclamation, Pushback, Promise In the Evening Service we'll start looking at the book of Judges - and how, despite a people's repeated failures, God keeps coming back to rescue them: F...

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