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Chris Battle Eldon Fehr Jonathan Kornelsen Jonathan Neufeld Chris Ross Matt Shantz Guest Speaker Jayeson Wall
BELONGING is a sermon series that took place throughout the 5 Sundays of January, 2016 about belonging to Jesus (responding to the gospel), belonging with Jesus in baptism , and belonging to Christ’s body, the church.
The focus was squarely on the centre of our faith and the individual and corporate outworking of it.