Chancellor Park Community Church The Chancellor Park Community Church’s Sermons

September 8, 2019  

The cross meant that Jesus failed by most of the world’s definitions of success. But reading the seven statements He made from the cross we see how perfectly the cross guaranteed true freedom, and how perfectly Jesus’s final words met our final needs.

August 11, 2019  

In his final days, an old prophet visited three places by design. Looking at the message of these final moves we see they are deeper than the surface of the map on which they took place. Each  represented a direction that we would also benefit from taking.

August 4, 2019  

It’s sadly rare to see refreshment listed as a church’s purpose when you look at mission statements or read books on the church’s calling. But reading the Book that started it all, we can’t miss that this inner need for refreshment, planted deep within us, ought to be met by church. Here's how...

July 28, 2019  

With 45% of the Australian population identifying as Christian and yet only 15% admitting they at least go monthly to Church, the question of whether Church is necessary has already been answered by some in habit. However is this an okay trend? Is Church even necessary for those professing the Christian Faith? By taking a look at the letter of Paul in 2nd Timothy we gain some keen insights into this question that very well could have been asked in Paul's day, as in our own. 

July 14, 2019  

In this message we learn how a community can work and grow together by strengthening their arms (for reaching out), their minds and hearts (for lessening anxiety), and their legs (for walking the talk).

June 30, 2019  

As Chancellor Park Church goes through a period of sharing stories Hayden shares some of his story and how that links to the Parable Jesus said in Matthew 20:1-16. 

June 23, 2019  

Guest speaker D Morcom addresses the Book of Revelation as both the Bible and this series draws to a close.  

June 9, 2019  

Maintaining a love for God and for one another takes purposeful effort because passion is a flame that can be easily extinguished. Spiritual fire extinguishers are everywhere in our world. In this exploration of our Inward calling to love one another, we follow the story of the Ephesian church that lost its first love. And we learn how to keep the flame from flickering in our own stories.

May 19, 2019  

What difference can one life make against the powerful current that so easily sweeps us in its own direction? As we explore the life of Paul during the chapter of the early church, we learn four key principles that remind us that making a difference for God is not about making a name for ourselves.

May 12, 2019  

A Mother's Day message looking at the Mother Heart of God, who is neither male nor female, so by exploring the stories of earthly mothers in the Bible we see brush strokes that each paint a little more of a portrait of God. And it’s not a portrait of a parent with pointed finger. It’s a parent with open arms who does everything possible to show us love!

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