Author: latimerchurch

Beyond Christmas

When Jesus invaded our world, and took on flesh in the form of a baby lying in a manager, something extraordinary happened – the God of the Universe came down in the person of Jesus and made his dwelling among us. And that very moment – the incarnation of Christ – launched a movement that […]

Kids Ministry Director

Last Sunday we announced that Beccy Susenbach has been appointed as Kids Ministry Director – we are so thankful to God for bringing Beccy to this role. Beccy has a wealth of experience with YWAM, working in schools, church work and most importantly a love for Jesus and a huge heart to help our kids […]

Leadership Lessons

New sermon series Leadership lessons from Old Testament Legends During the month of August, we will be studying a different Biblical character each week, and thinking about how we can apply the lessons learned from their life to help us be abundantly fruitful wherever God has placed us.  Leadership is not a position or title, it’s […]

New sermon series: The Voice

Jesus says in John 10:27 that “His sheep know His voice,” and yet sometimes it can be difficult to know how to recognise when God is speaking to us.  This series will explore how we might discover the wonderful gift of being able to hear God’s voice in our lives and how we might be […]

We’re recruiting – Kids Ministry Director

Called to love & disciple 0-13s? We’re looking for a Kids Ministry Director to lead in delivering the children’s church experience on a Sunday morning and other discipleship pathways that encourage our children to be whole of life disciples and passionate followers of Jesus Christ in an increasingly contested world. Reporting to the Senior Pastor, […]

SatNav – Swimming Confidently Upstream

In a world of competing claims about what’s good, beautiful and true, Christianity could seem to be having a hard time. For many in the West, it’s just one way to live amongst a multitude of alternatives – many of which may seem more enticing, exciting, or even true. Yet we often long to speak […]