We feel really blessed at Citywide with having some great speakers and inspiring preachers amongst our leadership and congregation. Each week we get to hear them brings Gods word alive and encourage us into action and strengthen our faith and we’re delighted to be able to share these messages with you here online.

If you can’t make it along to one of our services we are now broadcasting live on Facebook on a Sunday morning . Click below to join in from around 10:30am.

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Audio Recordings



MOST RECENT

10 - Listening prayer

August 26, 2018 | By: Matt Garvin |

Matt is exploring what it means to move to actually being open to God's voice.


09 - What's the point of prayer?

August 19, 2018 | By: Matt Garvin |

Most people experience prayer as talking to God... Matt will be exploring part of Ecclesiastes that seems to indicate we would do better to listen rather than talk. We will begin to ask how that might actually work in practise....


08 - Escaping the trap of history

August 12, 2018 | By: Matt Garvin |

As we re-engage with Ecclesiastes after a detour to celebrate the history of our church, Matt will be exploring the dangers inherent in focussing too much on the the past. As a church we are preparing ourselves to articulate the future God is calling us towards. Ecclesiastes reminds us that our future cannot be stuck in our past.


07 - Better together: the point of friends on the journey

July 15, 2018 | By: Matt Garvin |

We increasingly live in a world where it is normal to dehumanize people who are not like us. Matt will be exploring what the result of this way of doing things actually means for us and what the antidote is.


06 - Facing painful reality

July 8, 2018 | By: Matt Garvin |

After the deep truths revealed in the first part of Ecclesiastes chapter three, Solomon then takes time to face some of the messy and painful reality that we all face. Matt will be exploring what it means for us to "face the pain".