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1. Abraham – Unbelief detox

Westminster Chapel

‘Abraham was the father of Isaac…’ (Matthew 1:2) Read Genesis 12:1-3, 10-20; Genesis 15:1-6. Abraham walked by faith. He famously went going not knowing, leaving his country, kindred and father’s house behind (Genesis 12:1-3) - three of the most valued identity markers...

Twelve Days of Advent Detox: preparing the way for Jesus

Westminster Chapel

At Christmas, we celebrate the incarnation. Our massive Almighty God willingly becoming minuscule. A single, supernaturally fertilised egg growing inside Mary, a young, poor, non-celebrity - an unlikely candidate for the mother of God. From the glory of heaven, Jesus,...

Job Opportunity: Venue and Cafe Manager

Westminster Chapel

Westminster Chapel is looking for a servant-hearted leader to develop our external premises hire activities and oversee our café team for our church’s mission. The Venue and Café Manager will create and develop resource and operations plans and procedures to...

Wanted: Cafe Assistant

Westminster Chapel

Along with the reopening of the building is the launch of our new cafe. We are looking forward to serve and engage the community in and around us more through this. To prepare for its opening, there's a great opportunity for...

A Great Opportunity To Join Our Staff Team!

Westminster Chapel

We are excited to announce a new staff role on our growing team, a Senior Finance Officer. Our church is growing, and with the building works nearing completion, we will have new income streams coming in from our cafe and...

Honouring Greg Haslam

Howard Satterthwaite

This post is a tribute to Greg Haslam, spiritual father and friend to many at Westminster Chapel. He served as Senior Minister from 2002 to 2016. He was promoted to glory on 20th August 2021. You can read an excellent...

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