Date Service times Speaker Topic
24 September 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
1 October 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
8 October 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
15 October 9.15 & 11.15 Glen Scrivener
22 October 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
29 October 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
5 November 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
12 November 9.15 & 11.00 John Goodwin REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY
19 November 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
26 November 9.15 & 11.15 Adrian Reynolds
3 December 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning
10 December 9.15 & 11.15 George Hawkins In the Beginning

About the morning series:

The opening chapters of Genesis are the beginning of the storyline of the Bible. We are introduced to God our Creator, to the universe he makes and to the pinnacle of his creation – men and women. We get to see how good it all was at the start and to see where it all went wrong. These chapters lay the foundations for issues like work, rest and marriage. They have implications for us as we consider our responsibility to rule over and care for our world.

I hope in this series that we get to marvel at our Creator God, to see the paradox of humanity – that we are creatures of both dignity and depravity. Weaving through it all will be God’s determination to restore us and the creation to what we ought to be. We’ll see that even as it all goes wrong, God promises someone who will come and crush the serpent’s head and restore us to more than Adam and Eve lost.
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