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As part of our informal lunchtime worship services we offer a short talk based on a bible reading. These talks aim to make the bible relevant to working life in the City of London and beyond.

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He Always Surprises
Reading taken from Matthew 8:23-27. Part of the Why Take Jesus Seriously? series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 22 September 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
He Expects Commitment
Reading taken from Matthew 8:14-22. Part of the Why Take Jesus Seriously? series.
Preached by James Gerry on 15 September 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
He Answers Prayers
Reading taken from Matthew 8:5-13. Part of the Why Take Jesus Seriously? series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 8 September 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
Acts 10. 1-8
Reading taken from Acts 10:1-8. Part of the Acts 10. 1-8 series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 23 June 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
How To Make Sense Of The Unexpected
Reading taken from Acts 9:32-43. Part of the Acts 9. 32-43 series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 16 June 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
How Much Can We Trust God
Reading taken from Acts 9:10-19. Part of the Acts 9. 10-19 series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 9 June 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
Ready To Take A Risk
Reading taken from Acts 8:26-35. Part of the Acts 8. 26-35 series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 2 June 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
Praying for the City
Reading taken from 1 Peter 1:1-3. Part of the Why does the Resurrection of Jesus matter? series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 12 May 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
A Preparation for the Next Stage
Reading taken from John 21:15-17. Part of the Why does the Resurrection of Jesus matter? series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 5 May 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).
An Honesty About Disappointment
Reading taken from John 20:24-29. Part of the Why does the Resurrection of Jesus matter? series.
Preached by Jeremy Crossley on 21 April 2016 at the Informal Service (Woolnoth).