Road signs in the desert
This sermon series is entitled 'Grace Notes'. Over the next few weeks, we will be looking at some of the people that Jesus met, who felt the touch of His grace in their lives. People who had done nothing to deserve special treatment, and certainly whom other people would have considered unworthy to receive special attention from God. Grace is always undeserved yet freely given to all who would receive it. May it help us to see that God loves us all - and in turn to be gracious to one another. The truth is that to The Lord, we are all special and He wants to continually pour our His grace into our lives, and through us, into the lives of those around us.
That's life! A series looking at some of the big questions of life
I don't know many people who like rules. At times, we all find some of them petty, restrictive, pointless and boring! The truth is that many people look at God like that - a distant figure, sitting on a cloud saying "No" to all that we want to do. A moral policeman. However, for those of us who know Him, nothing could be further from the truth. In John 10:10, Jesus says, "I have come that you might have life, in all its fullness." So how do we get this kind of life? By following The Maker's instructions. The rules that The Lord gives us are actually given to enhance our lives and not restrict them - to give us a better quality of life. So we are going to spend the next 10 weeks looking at the 10 Commandments - 10 steps to The Good Life!
Unsung Heroes and Sidelined Sinners. Those people who are in the bible, but we don't usually choose to preach about. God has put them in the bible for a reason - that in learning about them we might learn more about Him.
We're all on the same team - but how does The Lord want us to play the game? We start off with an eight week series that focuses on our relationship with The Lord (and with each other). Firm foundations not just for the New Year, but for the rest of our lives!
There are times in our lives, when we feel the need for something more - not just at the difficult times; if you are wondering about God, then click here
Alma is a lively, informal and friendly church in the heart of Clifton, where everyone is valued. Find out more
At Alma, we believe in a God who cares for us and who calls us to care for each other. Read More