Sunday, 2 August – Service Content

Sunday, 2 August – Service Content

After kicking off this week’s service with our church Zoom call (link sent out in the WhatsApp group), we can continue with family worship and learning in our homes.

Kids & Teens

Caleb’s Reward

Big idea:
Caleb trusted in God’s promise to give him a special portion of land; when Caleb asked for it in faith God kept his promise.

To teach that God will reward the faithful obedience of those who continually trust his promises.

The Bible reading for this week is Joshua 14:6-15.

Here’s a video for parents to watch as preparation for teaching the younger members of our church this morning:

You can download the printable worksheets here:

And here’s the extended lesson content, including teaching materials, games, videos, and questions.

These are linked in context in the PDF, but here are a couple of videos covering the content and story from today’s lesson – they work best if you play the games alongside them:

Memory verse:

Now fear the Lord and serve him with all faithfulness. Throw away the gods your ancestors worshipped beyond the River Euphrates and in Egypt, and serve the Lord.

For younger children:

Now fear the Lord and serve him faithfully. Throw away the gods your ancestors worshipped and serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:14 (NIV)

Dear Heavenly Father,

We come to You today, so thankful for each and every promise that you have made to us. We thank you for the promise of forgiveness of sins, the hope of heaven and life ever lasting.

We thank You for this story of Caleb, for how he trusted You and never gave up on the promises that You had made to him, even after many years.

We thank you that You are a promise making and a promise keeping God and we ask that you would help us to faithfully trust in You and Your promises.

We ask all these things in Jesus’ name



Fragile Faith That Does Not Weaken

Here is the sermon for this week. The Bible reading for this sermon is Romans 4:1-25.

If you can’t watch the video or would rather just listen to it, you can play the audio here:


Matt has assembled some music to complement the message from this morning:


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