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Church

Our help is in the Name of the LORD, Who made heaven and earth.


Psalm 124:8

“To me, the work of preaching is the highest and the greatest and the most glorious calling to which anyone can be called.”                                               D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

“Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season.”

We preach Christ because we have no mandate other than to preach God’s Word. In our sermons we are committed to the centrality of the Cross and the Lordship of our Saviour. We preach His sufferings and His glory, His humanity and His Godhood.


We guard the responsibility of all who occupy our pulpit to preach in accordance with the Doctrines of Grace, and we uphold Jude’s exhortation  to “earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints” (v.3).


Founded upon these credentials, we humbly invite you to study God’s Word with us …


Sermonaudio.com. The largest library of FREE mp3 audio sermons on the web


Truth for Life, Pastor Alistair Begg


Criswell Sermon Library. A collection of over two thousand sermons Dr. W. A. Criswell preached during his fifty-five years of ministry at the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas


Sermon Index. "Promoting genuine Biblical Revival"


Bunyan Ministries. This is an excellent resource produced by Dr. Barry Horner


Sermons by Pastor Henry T. Mahan


Sovereign Grace Advent Testimony. Protestant, Puritan, Prophetical, Expository, Doctrinal

Why do we preach Christ only?

Pastor’s Most Recent Sermons

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14th October, Benjamin

(The Tribes of Israel)


10th October, The Bridgeless Gulf (Lk. 16:26) mp3

[Studies in The Parables of Jesus]  


[Studies in The Miracles of Jesus]            [Studies in Haggai]

[Studies in The High Priestly Prayer (Jn. 17)]


… Sermons & Bible Studies 2021 …

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“To understand the Scriptures aright, we have no occasion to go beyond the limit of the Scriptures themselves.”           S.P. Tregelles