This page contains links to resources on the Internet to help you better understand the Christian way:
Search for scripture passages in a range of bible translations.
Daily Thoughts on the Bible
Sometimes it is helpful to read a part of the bible along with an explanation as to how it applies to us today. A different passage and explanation is posted here every day.
Our Daily BreadDaily devotional notes by RBC Ministries
Spurgeon's Daily Devotional
Bible Reading Programme
Use this Bible Reading Programme to help you read through the bible in a year.
Each day includes a reading from the Old Testament and New Testament. Starting in Genesis and Matthew, the readings continue sequentiallyâ€”over the course of a year, you never read the same passage twice. You can read each passage in you own bible or online. You can even listen to the passages being read.
An Overview of each Book of the Bible (developed by Jim Townsend, former Bible editor for Cook Communications) to help appreciate the broad scope of each book.
Bible Study Tools
BibleStudyTools.com is the largest free online Bible website for verse search and in-depth studies
New Testament Study
The New Testament Gateway is a directory of resources for studying the New Testament, including Bible texts, Biblical Greek, Historical Evidences, Textual Criticism and Hermeneutics.
Use these links to find a hymn or spiritual song that is appropriate for a particular bible passage or theme:
Booklets from Christian Concern
The following booklets are produced and published by Christian Concern, which is an organisation with a passion to see the United Kingdom return to the principles and values of the Christian faith.
Freedom to Evangelise and Freedom of Speech
This booklet aims to clarify what Christians can and cannot say and do when evangelising or speaking about their faith in public and while at work.
Protecting the Embryo
Presents a brief history of how we have arrived at our present position on embryonic research and then presents a number of opposing arguments along with alternative methods of research.
Defines the present legal status of abortion and describes the impact there has been on the moral structure of our society.
If you missed a message or if you wish to hear a message again, most are now available to borrow on CD. They are on display in the Narthex.
You can borrow them to lend to others who are not able to attend church or who you think may benefit from hearing them.
Alternatively, members of the church can download or listen to recent messages on-line.