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Sermon on the Mount

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018

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PART 1: Pete Hughes introduces our new series on the Sermon on the Mount, looking at the teachings of Jesus, holiness and Kingdom of God.

Download the slides for this talk here:Sermon on the Mount Slides


PART 2: Pete James continues our new teaching series on the Sermon on the Mount, suggesting that obedience to God, the pursuit of holiness and following the way of Jesus will be costly but will ultimately lead to freedom and fullness of life.


PART 3: As part of our series on the Sermon on the Mount, Pete Hughes continues to explore the way of Jesus, unpacking subjects including anger, murder, adultery, lust, divorce and hell.

Three questions emerge from this week’s passage, that if engaged with properly, could transform how we live out our lives in London: What do you do with your anger? What do you do with your sexual desires? What do you do with your commitments?

Download the slides for this talk by clicking the link below:Sermon on the Mount Part 3


PART 4: Continuing our series on the Sermon on the Mount, Sarah Eccleshall unpacks Matthew 5:38-48, exploring themes of justice and love for enemies.


PART 5: Cath Carter continues our series on the Sermon on the Mount by unpacking Matthew 6:1-18 and Jesus’ teachings on giving to the poor, prayer and fasting.


PART 5: Lulu May continues our series on the Sermon on the Mount by exploring the practices of giving, fasting and prayer.


PART 6: What is it you’re holding on to? Steve Hughes continues our series on the Sermon on the Mount by exploring topics such as money, treasure and worry.


PART 6: Continuing our teaching series on the Sermon on the Mount, Pete Hughes interviews Will van der Hart, touching on subjects such as materialism, racism, anxiety, perfectionism and finding completeness in Christ.

Will van der Hart is a good friend of ours, as well as being Pastoral Chaplain at HTB and a director of Mind and Soul Foundation.


PART 7: Anna Mason finishes off our series on the Sermon on the Mount by looking at what it might mean to build your house on the rock.