Who am I?

We have been investigating the whole topic of identity, by journeying through the book of Ephesians

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The King and his Cross

For more than a year, we have been walking through Mark’s Gospel together.

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We looked at how we prepare the way for Jesus in church and in our personal lives, how we can gather people to share Jesus and what it means to…


September 3, 2017
We believe we have heard God for this next season of Gilc Park. To pioneer and to posture ourselves towards Jesus and for Jesus.

Fresh Church

This is a two part series drawing lessons from the church in Antioch in the book of Acts.

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Continuing in our Called to be Free series in Galatians 5:13-26 James looks at being a people of grace and freedom.
Chuck looks this week at Judges 6:1-12 and the story of Gideon. He looks at how sin is a liar, how God is a jealous God but also a gracious…
Archie takes us through Galatians 5:13-26 and shows us that the freedom we have been called to is a release from the way of the world and its agenda for…
We had the privilege of baptising Gordon last Sunday at Gilc Park. Listen to his testimony here.

The Heart

March 24, 2015
Ali Martin from Soul Survivor joined us at City Women and shared about how we look after and invest in our heart.
Thomas draws out of Paul's warnings to the Galatians that we need to guard our actions in restlessness, that when we hold back we miss out and that Jesus is…
Hazel continues in our series in Galatians 4:21-31 and in particular the relationship between the law and the promise of God. She explains that we need to let go of…
Chuck continues in our series in Galatians and looks at our influence: where is our sphere of influence? He then talks about the reason our influence matters, the goal of…
Taryn takes us through Galatians 4:1-7 and looks at the father heart of God and His love for us. We know this through receiving adoption into sonship, through Him drawing…
As we continue in our journey through Galatians Paul changes tact and uses Abraham's household and his two sons to raise the question what kind of son do you want…