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Phil Chapman

Phil and his wife, Sharon, mainly give their time to helping look after the congregation that meets in Market Harborough, and provide leadership and pastoral care to the congregation there. They are also both involved in the worship team, amongst many other things!

Yes, Lord

By Market Harborough, Walk This Way

Today we look at the account of Jesus at the Wedding in Cana and his first recorded miracle – turning water into wine. We consider how Mary’s instruction to ‘do whatever he tells you’ is an example to us to be ‘Yes, Lord’ people.

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His Name and Renown

By Market Harborough, Walk This Way

Today we start a new series called Walk This Way. Following Jesus and living in His Kingdom. It’s an invitation to a way of living that brings pleasure to God, not as a means of earning our salvation but rather as a response to who He is and the relationship with Him that He has drawn us in to.We kick off together by considering what it is to desire the name and renown of God above all else and how we have the capacity to reflect the God’s glorious character to the world around us.

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All Authority

By Ephesians, Market Harborough

Scripture tells us that ‘God has put all things under the authority of Christ and has made him head over all things for the benefit of the church’. In this All-Together gathering we think about how this truth can enable us to approach God in prayer, full of confidence!

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Know Hope, Know Value, Know Power

By Market Harborough

The resurrection of Jesus on that first Easter Sunday is the centrepiece of the Christian message. In this all-age Easter gathering, Phil describes how the resurrection of Jesus allows people with no hope, no value and no power to know hope, know value and know power.

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Where is your Faith?

By Faith, Hope, Love, Market Harborough

In Luke’s account of Jesus calming a storm, Jesus asks his disciples ‘Where is your faith?, implying that the disciples had faith but it couldn’t be seen. In today’s all-age gathering we consider ways in which we can stir our own faith so that it is visible to ourselves and those around us.

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Rhythms of Life

By Market Harborough

This week in Market Harborough Phil shares some personal reflections on maintaining a healthy rhythm of life as we consider together what it means for us to ‘in all your ways acknowledge Him’ (Proverbs 3 v 6)

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All Things New

By Central, Market Harborough

God’s word has a lot to say about ‘heaven’ yet as believers we rarely seem to talk about it. In today’s message, we look as what we have already been told about heaven and the age to come, asking ourselves ‘how then should we live?’.

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