Jesus, Friend Of Sinners
2015-02-15 - Kieran Dunne
Kieran Dunne of The King's Church, Mid-Sussex, joins us to help launch our Spring Alpha Course.
God's Strength in Our Weakness
2015-03-15 - John Wyatt
Professor John Wyatt concludes his weekend with us by speaking from 2 Corinthians 4: 6-12 & 16-18. In this passage, the Apostle Paul shows us God's amazing grace and strength in the midst of our created fragility.
God's Big Picture
2015-08-08 - Simon Elliott
Simon Elliott of Jubilee Community Church, East Grinstead, shows us how principles from the life of Josiah, in 2 Chronicles 34-35, help us in what God has called us to do.
John 1:1-3 Who is Jesus?
2015-09-27 - Dave Holden
If we are to live the life God called us to, and join with Him in building His Kingdom, then we need to know who He is. Jesus does this for us.
2015-10-04 - Phil Ford
Phil Ford from Hope Church, Glasgow, joined us to launch our Autumn Alpha Course.
Stories of Hope
2015-11-01 - Andy Wall
Following a morning of hearing how Jesus changes lives, Andy Wall concludes by looking at the story of Matthew's first encounter with Jesus.
2015-11-08 - Dan Hudson
After an exciting evening of baptisms and testimonies, Dan Hudson showed us that, in Christ, we leave behind the old and are reborn into the new. 2 Corinthians 5: 16-18.
Vision Preach 2016
2016-01-17 - Matthew Clifton-Brown
God is calling us to glorify him in our city, and reflect the multifaceted nature of God to our city. In this message Matt outlines God's vision for us in our city, and challenges us to mix it with faith as we move into the year ahead.
An Invitation to Alpha
2016-01-31 - Adrian Holloway
Adrian Holloway joins us once again to launch this term's Alpha Course at King's.
The Strength of the Lord
2016-03-05 - Susanne McLeister
At our Women's Breakfast, Susanne McLeister of Hope Church Borders speaks about the strength and courage of the Lord, from Habakkuk 3: 19 and the story of Gideon.
2016-03-06 - Ann Clifton-Brown
This Mothers' Day, Ann Clifton-Brown looked at three different mothers in the Bible, and what we can learn from their stories.
Stories of Hope
2016-03-13 - Andy Wall
Following another morning of hearing about the hope that Jesus offers, Andy Wall concludes by looking at the story of the Samaritan woman at the well in John chapter 4.
Easter Day 2016
2016-03-27 - Matthew Clifton-Brown
Through looking at the story of the disciples on the road to Emmaus, Matt Clifton-Brown invites us to encounter the risen Jesus.
Safe Families For Children Launch
2016-04-17 - Jen Rawson & Dan Hudson
Jen Rawson shared about the opportunity for us as a church to partner with Safe Families for Children, helping share God’s love with vulnerable families in our community.
Dan briefly explained how the Bible teaches how we’re to respond to the many needs in our world we come across as Christians.
Why I Believe In Jesus
2016-09-25 - Will Tant
On our Alpha Launch Sunday, Will Tant shared his story and explained his confidence in Christianity.
It's Time For An Adventure
2016-11-13 - Dave Holden
Going on an adventure with God is not about our personality type but about the access to God and intimacy with Him we have.
Three Ways to Start the New Year Well
2017-01-08 - Cat Davison, Peter Johnson, Jackie Sihota
Stories of Hope
2017-02-12 - Andy Wall
After a morning of hearing stories about how Jesus has changed lives today, Andy concludes by showing us how Jesus responded to the leper that came to Him asking for healing at the start of Mark's Gospel.
For God So Loved The World
2017-04-02 - Nathanael Smith
Jesus has the answer to the problems of humanity. His answer to Nicodemus is the same for us: we must be born again.
How to be a People of Hope
2017-05-21 - Dave Holden
We live in an age lacking hope, but the church is called to be a community flooded with hope.
2017-09-03 - Matthew Clifton-Brown, Luke Davydaitis & Dan Hudson
On 'Launch Sunday', Matt, Luke and Dan laid out their vision for what is to come at King's. God has done amazing things here over the past 15 years and we're calling on Him as we begin the next stage of His great plan for us.
Given all the option, why Jesus?
2017-10-01 - Andy Bannister
'With so many world religions and philosophies on offer, why should anyone turn to Jesus?' This is the question addressed by Andy Bannister, director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity, and an Adjunct Speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, at our Alpha Launch Sunday morning service.
A Grace-Filled Church
2017-11-05 - Dan Hudson
It’s a good time for us to reflect as a church on all the new initiatives we’ve been launching this term. On Sunday morning, Dan shared about the church in Antioch in Acts 11, which tells a remarkable story of God’s grace.
Stepping Into His Story
2017-11-12 - Dave Holden
Jesus steps into the stories of people’s lives so that we step into His story. The way He relates to his disciples is the way He relates to the church – put your faith and your actions in the work of Jesus. Your life should become less and less about yourself, slowly becoming more and more about Jesus.
2017-11-19 - Andy Wall
In the parable of the lost sheep, Jesus gives us a picture of what it means to be one of his followers - someone who was lost and wandering, then saved by the good shepherd who joyfully picks us up to carry us home. As believers, we apply this by continuing to trust Jesus to lead us throughout our lives, trusting that His ways are the best, He is trustworthy and we can share in His joy.
Hope (Romans 8: 18-25, Hebrews 6:13-20)
2018-01-07 - Alice King
Alice King began 2018 by reminding us where our hope is found.
Hope (Romans 5: 1-11)
2018-01-07 - Josh Oldfield
Jesus is our true hope. By his death and resurrection we know hope for today, tomorrow, and eternity.
Friend of Sinners
2018-01-14 - Dan Hudson
Jesus mission statement in Luke 19 says, "The Son of Man came to seek and save that which was lost". En route to the cross, where Jesus would suffer and die for the sins of the world, he passed through Jericho and found a prime example of the people he came to save. He called Zachaeus by name and invited himself to dinner at his house. God wants us to see ourselves like Zachaeus, in need of saving grace.
How to Pray
2018-01-21 - Matthew Clifton-Brown
We need to see prayer as a relationship, rather than a meeting with our bank manager!
Five Fights of Faith
2018-02-04 - Dan Hudson
God is about a great work in your life, in your family, in this church, and in his church worldwide. The Apostle Paul reminds us of the confidence we can have in the work of God.
Called to Kings?
2018-02-18 - Jonny Mellor
God calls some people to significant cultural influence, and all of us to be available to Him by refusing to hide ourselves away from the world.
Rejoicing in Mystery.
2018-02-18 - Jonny Mellor
Our faith is in a Person not a list of facts, it is a mystery, and this has profound implications for how we think about God and share His truth with others.
Remember the Poor
2018-03-04 - Martin Charlesworth
Concern for those in need was a non-negotiable part of gospel preaching and church planting in the New Testament (Galatians 2:1-10). We must make sure that is still true today, especially at this key time for our nation.
Please Note: a few minutes were missed from the beginning of this recording. We are very sorry about this.
Deploying your Faith
2018-03-04 - Martin Charlesworth
William Wilberforce kept himself in a place of influence to fight for those in need. We must make sure that we do the same, especially at this key time for our nation.
2018-03-25 - Dave Holden
The primary reason for everything we do is to make Jesus known. The world is in desperate need for news about Jesus, to hear about Him and see Him at work through us.
Jesus is Alive, so What? (Morning)
2018-04-01 - Dan Hudson
According to Paul in 1 Corinthians 15:3-8 the news of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus is more important than anything! He passes it on as of first importance.
Jesus is Alive, so What? (Evening)
2018-04-01 - Nathanael Smith
Our Vision: Building a House for God
2018-04-22 - Dan Hudson
God is calling us to build a House for God. We want to be a church for all, a church for all of Edinburgh, and a church where all of us are 'all in'. If you would like more information on this, please download the full finance report from the small group notes tab. Thank you.
2018-09-30 - Josh Gilbert
Josh Gilbert shares how a passion for experiences led him to realise that in the end only Jesus can satisfy our deepest longings.
Where are the Signs and Wonders?
2018-11-04 - Dave Holden
We must proclaim the gospel with authentic power and we have every reason to believe that God wants us to do this and will empower us to do so.
Start As You Mean To Go On, Part One
2019-01-06 - Lydia Simpson, Raph Mrode, Phil Brown
We started off the year with three separate preachers all talking on aspects of how God shapes us. See the notes for the title of each individual teaching.
Start As You Mean To Go On, Part Two
2019-01-06 - Danny Robinson, Nathanael Smith, Hanah Kelly
We started off the year with three separate preachers all talking on aspects of how God shapes us. See the notes for the title of each preach.
The Five 'All's of King's Church
2019-01-13 - Dan Hudson
God is calling King's Church to be a church for ALL, a church for ALL of Edinburgh, a church where we're ALL in with our hearts and lives, a church that preaches ALL the Gospel, and a church that goes into ALL the world.
Searching for Approval and Significance
2019-03-10 - Adrian Holloway
Adrian told the story of Jesus and the Samaritan woman to explain how Jesus offers Himself and His salvation to any who ask Him.
The Grace of Giving
2019-03-17 - Dan Hudson
For a Christian giving is growing. Giving isn’t God’s way of raising money, but his way of raising children.
Please note, this preach came after the 2019 King's finance report which is what Dan refers to, that report can be found in a separate recording in the general folder if you would like to listen to it.
Finance Report 2019
2019-03-17 - Chris Rawson
Our annual finance report was given on Sunday 17th March 2019 so here is the recording of it. If you would like to see more details there are some print outs available at church for the next few weeks.
Don't Walk By
2019-03-24 - Don Macmillan
Don Macmillan from Safe Families for Children Scotland visited us to challenge us about the love of God and invite us to get involved in that charity’s great work with vulnerable people in our city.
Anointed for Action!
2019-05-12 - Dave Holden
Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit to do all that the Father had called Him to do - we need this too!
The Greatest Commandment
2019-05-12 - Jess Robinson, Tim Cocking, Josh Oldfield
Jesus said the greatest commandment was to love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul and all your mind. We had 3 people speak about this. Firstly, Jess Robinson challenged us on how we can best handle corporate worship in a biblical way. Then Tim Cocking spoke about practical tips for worshipping with everything in our everyday lives. Finally, Josh Oldfield spoke on the mind and how God doesn't look for our intellectual ability but rather for our love of Him.
2019-06-09 - Lizzie Brown, Doris Mrode & Guy Pembroke
3 members of King's spoke on the topic of prayer. Lizzie talked about the importance of praying continuously. Doris reminded us that prayer is powerful and so we must pray for, and with, each other. Guy spoke about how we need to be persistent in prayer, but when we are to keep those prayers full of faith.
2019-09-08 - Dan Hudson
God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things. That's the Story of the birth of the church in Antioch in Acts 11. God multiplied his work from Jerusalem into this new city. God wants to do more of this today, so Dan inspired us to seek that and talked about how it can happen.
2019-09-08 - Dan Hudson
At our evening meeting, Dan started the new series, This Coming Kingdom, by talking about how the Kingdom of God is a tension between future certainty, and the weakness of small beginnings; as Christians we live our lives in that tension.
2019-09-15 - Dan Hudson
To be a thriving church that is used to build the Kingdom of God, we need to follow the example of the early church in Acts. This means being all in and putting each of our gifts to good use in serving others.
The Good News
2019-09-29 - Karis Cookman
The gospel is the Good News that Jesus saves and transforms our lives. Will you taste and see that the Lord is good, and overcome the barriers that may stop you from living that to the full?
Asking and Receiving
2019-10-27 - Dave Holden
Our God is a living, giving God! Jesus shows this to us in so many ways and calls us to respond to His generous offers of generosity.
2019-12-08 - Luke Davydaitis
The Christmas story is about the incarnation, God taking on human flesh. It’s extremely complicated but so important because the incarnation is the key to all of Christianity: it explains how Jesus could do miracles, teach with authority, die and rise again to new life – and for all of this to have an impact on us.
God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
2020-01-05 - Raphael Mrode, Guy Pembroke, Ann Graham
We had 3 preachers this week.
Raph Mrode spoke on God the Father and how He is great, powerful and the heart He has for us.
Guy Pembroke spoke on God the Son and how you can get to know God the Son, telling us a bit of his own story.
Ann Graham spoke on God the Spirit and how we can be filled with the Spirit to be God's witnesses which may be the most important mission we ever have.
Resting and Rejoicing
2020-01-12 - Luke Davydaitis
The Sabbath is a gift given to us by God but many Christians aren't sure what to do with it. Luke suggests the principles of rest and rejoicing can help us make the most of the weekly restoration God is offering us.