With the recent developments around Covid-19, all public gatherings have been suspended until further notice. This includes Sunday church, Altitude Youth, Mainly Music, and growth groups.
However, we are still planning to 'gather' on Sundays online. Each week we will post the link on the home page to enable you to join in with us on Sunday mornings. Here is our Youtube channel where you can watch past Church@thepeak online session..
Also, make sure you connect in with us on Facebook and Instagram for more online content, announcements, and updates.
In the midst of lockdowns, social isolation, job losses, sickness, and death, many are experiencing anxiety, fear and uncertainty about the future. These are real and serious issues for all of us. However, in the midst of all this, we a have a ray of light that gives hope, comfort and peace. It is 3:16.
What is 3:16? It contains a promise from God that provides you and I with a solid rock to stand on in the midst of the storm that is raging around us.
Join us online for our Good Friday and Easter Sunday services where we will answer this question - 'What is 3:16?'
Instructions linking in to our online services will be posted here and on our Facebook page a few days prior.
WHAT IS 3:16?
3:16 is the reference to the most famous verse in the Bible. It comes from the gospel of John and says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." - John 3:16
In this verse we see a short and simple summary of the Christian faith. If you would like to find out more about John 3:16, watch this short video, or click here for an explanation of what is 3:16 and the promise it holds.
If you have questions about John 3:16, Jesus, the Bible, or anything to do with Christianity, contact our mission pastor, John Delezio. John would love to speak or meet with you and help answer your questions.
SHORT COURSES TO EXPLORE CHRISTIANITY
Christianity Explored and Life of Jesus are informal ways to investigate Christianity or brush up on the basics. They explore who Jesus is, why he came, and what it means to follow him.
- You don't need to know anything about the Bible
- You won't be asked to read aloud, pray or sing
- You can ask any question you want
If you would like to find out more about Jesus and doing Christianity Explored, contact our mission pastor, John Delezio.