Luke: Come to meLuke
This week we hear the story of Jesus and how he welcomed the children into his presence in Luke 18: 15-17. Join us as Katie Wilson (BCV children’s pastor) and Benjamin Dickson (one of our young people) lead us through this story and share with us the importance of ministering to our children, the impact they can have for the Kingdom and how adults should “receive the kingdom of God like a little child.”
Luke: Do You Know the King?Luke
This week we look at the parable of the talents and ask the question… “What are we doing with the gift of life through Jesus, that we have been asked to steward”? Join us as Alan Carson takes us through Luke 19: 11-27.
Luke: The Transformative Power of Unconditional Acceptance/Friendship – 101Luke
This week Alan Carson asks us two questions…. Are you a friend of Jesus and are you a friend like Jesus? Join us as we explore Luke 19:1-9
Luke: Moving from Crowd to DiscipleLuke
This week Cathay Burnside takes us through Luke 18: 31-43 and reflects on what it is really like to be a disciple of Jesus.
Luke: A Rich Young ManLuke
This morning Alan Carson takes us through Jesus’ encounter with the rich young ruler in Luke 18: 18-30. Join us as we explore what our hope and security are resting on and what a life of freedom in Jesus would look like.
Guest Speaker: Jonathan RueGuest Speakers
This week we have the privilege of hearing from Jonathan Rue, the pastor of Desert Vineyard Church California. Join us as we look at Philippians 4:10-13 and to topic of contentment.
Luke: Two Men PrayingLuke
This week Andy Smith takes a look at the parable of the pharisee and the tax collector in Luke 18:9-14
Luke: Persistent PrayerLuke
This week Günther Storbeck talks to us about the power of persistent prayer in our lives as we read through Luke 18:1-8.
Fathers DaySpecial Services
This Father’s Day, Andy Smith shares some thoughts on what it is to be a father or mother.
Living as Sent OnesSpecial Services
This week Andy talks to us about being a ‘sending’ community. From our heritage as a movement, to the people we have sent out across the world as Belfast City Vineyard and what it means to live as a “sent one” in our communities today.