Vineyard 61 Church is a place for everyone. Our desire is to be a church where anyone can belong, learn about God & His plan for their lives, grow spiritually & join in with our mission to bring life together to our city & beyond.
1 Peter, Living Faithful 4/6 - Karen Sturrock - 26.6.22
Karen Continues our series on 1 Peter, we look at some difficult passages on authority and submission, and ask: what did it mean to live faithfully then, and what it might mean for us today?
1 Peter, Living Faithful 3/6 - Phil Sital-Singh - 19.6.22
How should Christians respond when we experience trials and rejection because of our faith? Phil explores Peter's answer to this by looking at not only what Peter calls us to do, but crucially how he invites us to do it. Expect to hear from Howard Thurman, Scot Knight, Carmen Joy Imes, Henri Nouwen...and Beatrix Potter.
1 Peter, Living Faithful 2/6 - Christine McLean - 12.6.22
How does it make you feel that your future gives angels FOMO? In this talk, Christine continues our series on 1 Peter, Living Faithful with 1 Peter 1 verses 3-12.
1 Peter, Living Faithful 1/6 - Mike Day - 5.6.22
How do we remain faithful in the world? How do we live our lives in the world and yet not be of the world, maintaining our Christian distinctiveness? In this talk, Mike opens the series based on 1 Peter and how it acts as an incredible resource to us today as we seek to understand & respond to these questions.
Isn't Christianity A White Person's Religion? - Alexander McLean - 29.5.22
Many people struggle today with the legacy of Christianity: has it been complicit in privileging ‘whiteness,’ whether in its history or current practices? Alexander addresses the complexities of these questions, acknowledging where Christians have got it very wrong, as well as considering what Jesus and the Bible really have to say about it.
Can Science Answer All Of Life's Questions? - Dr. Sharon Dirckx - 22.5.22
Modern Science has greatly impacted human existence. We understand the human body better than ever before and are able to explore the natural world further than ever before. Yet, some think Science can tell us much more than just how the world works: it is able to answer every and any question that we have. Is this true? Or are there significant questions that require other types of expertise? Can Science answer the God question?