Audio recordings (MP3 format) of sermons are available below.
Audio recordings (MP3 format) of sermons from 2017 are available below.
Audio recordings (MP3 format) of sermons from 2016 are available below.
Audio recordings (MP3 format) of sermons from 2015 are available below.
Audio recordings (MP3 format) of talks from other events in our church life are planned to be made available here.
|Doctrines of Grace
||A series of sermons on the Doctrines of Grace (Five Points of Calvinism), by Rev W Peter Gadsby.|
The accompanying presentation slides are also available (PDF format).
|Dispensationalism Lecture||A lecture by Isaac Overton.
Dispensational Perspectives on Israel - A Friendly Critique (Presentation)
|Conversation with Dave McDonald||A Conversation with Dave McDonald on Saturday 1 November 2014.
A Conversation with Dave McDonald - Audio (MP3)
|Church Family Camp 2015
||"Family Life in the Spirit" (Talks 1-3 of 5 are available from this web-site).|
Rev. Peter Hastie (Principal & Pastoral Dean, Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne.)
|Church Family Camp 2012||"A Christian Worldview" (Talks are temporarily unavailable from the web-site).
Dr. Bill Berends (Vice-Principal, Lecturer in Systematic Theology and Ethics, Reformed Theological College)
|Church Family Camp 2010||"The Book of Judges"
Rev. Peter Bloomfield
(ZIP file containing talks in MP3 format).
|Calvin 500||Two lectures by Dr Noel K. Weeks to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin.
Lecture 1 - "Calvin vs Darwin"
This year marks the 500th anniversary of Calvin's and the 200th of Charles Darwin's birth. It’s also the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin's "The Origin of Species". In his day, Calvin warned against views which logically led to the theory of naturalistic evolution. Yet, the connection is even closer than that: an attempt to counter Calvin's view led to the theory of the survival of the fittest.
Lecture 2 - "Calvin and the New Perspective on Paul"
The Reformation began as an argument over justification or how a sinner is made right with God. By the time of Calvin and the Roman Catholic Council of Trent, that had been narrowed down to a difference over the relationship of justification and sanctification.
Modern New Testament scholars are arguing over what Paul meant without clear realisation that they are reviving that old argument.
||A series of sermons on Eschatology (End Times), by Rev W Peter Gadsby.|