All our latest talks

We have a wealth of great talks available to listen to. The most recent are at the top of the list.

Recent Talks

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  • Our great high priest

    8th March 2020

    Jesus coming to earth was not the Trinities last idea it was their first and so throughout the bible we see a shadow of Jesus in every book. In this talk, Daniel explores Jesus as our great high priest. We need to understand a bit of the old testament to appreciate the complete work of justification in Jesus.

  • We are Justified

    23rd February 2020

    We have been looking at the foundation blocks that our faith is built on and this week Daniel Sibthorpe looks at what it means to be Justified.  This is a word that we often use but what does it mean? what impact does this word have on our life? We can find a new level of freedom when we truly know the meaning of being Justified through God. 

  • Wonky Foundations

    16th February 2020

    Over the last few weeks, we have started to look at the foundations of our faith, our ABC's.  We have been concentrating on A which is the assignment.  In this podcast, Clare Wilkinson continues to look at this subject and in particular what can make our foundations wonky! Being in a relationship with God, loving him and others, that is our assignment and this is part of what gives us a strong foundation. 

  • What is God's Desire?

    9th February 2020

    In this podcast, Pete Worthington shares with us what God's desire is for us.  God's desire from the very beginning is that we would have a connection with him, he loves us so much and we are that valuable to him that he longs to build his home in us.  To know more about this amazing connection we can have with God listen to this podcast.

  • Relationship is Key

    2nd February 2020

    The Goal of Christianity is a relationship with the Trinity. We have a God who is standing with his arms open wide just wanting us to be in a relationship with him. He loves us so much that he sent his son Jesus into the world, to go through deep pain so that he can have a connection and relationship with us. This longing shows us just how valuable each one of us to God. For us to find freedom in our lives it starts with a relationship with our heavenly father. Daniel shares more about this in this podcast. 

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Bubble Sunday

When: Sun 9th May 10:30am - 11:00am
Where: Facebook

During this Sunday we will be hearing from someone within the church, this will be a prerecorded session that you will be able to find on the living waters Facebook page. 
The idea of a Bubble Sunday is that after listening to the service then we have a chat with somebody about what we have heard. This is a great way of connecting with others may be via Zoom or Facetime although we realise during lock-down this can be tricky.
There will be no coffee zoom today. 

Not sure how to find us? Get in touch.

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