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The church is meant to be rooted in the truth, and walk and talk in purity. This is as important as is unity. Growth in truth and holiness is an essential part of the Christian life. But how does faith turn into obedience without descending into legalism? (Ephesians 4:17-5:4)

A mature faith community is one in Christ, confident in the faith, and living out of God's equipping. What does that look like? Are we on the journey? (Ephesians 4:1-16)

A New Confidence
Paul prays for the church to be rooted in God's love by the power of the Holy Spirit. What is the source of his confidence and ours? What is our experience of that love and power? Watch, receive, and be blessed. (Ephesians 3:14-21)

A New Ministry
Paul's new ministry was to be used by the Lord to build his church. What is God's (new?) ministry for our church and each one of us as members at this time? (Ephesians 3:1-13)

A New Humanity
The gospel breaks down the alienation between human beings, as well as our alienation from God. The church is one in Christ. What does that mean at a time of coronavirus? Do we manage to live it out? (Ephesians 2:11-22)

A Life of Resurrection
We’re picking the ​'We Are The Church' theme back up. Paul takes us from deep pessimism about the human condition to great optimism about the grace of God. This is as counter-cultural and truthful today as it has ever been, and needed more than ever at such a time as this. (Ephesians 2:1-10)

Wonder at his Grace
It’s Easter Sunday. The tomb stands empty. Bending over, Peter saw the strips of linen lying by themselves, and he went away, wondering to himself what had happened. We spend some time in wonder at the empty tomb. (Luke 24:1-12)

An Hour at the Cross
Enter the quiet place on Good Friday with this reflective mix of readings, poems, reflections, and music.

Lowly and Victorious
It’s Palm Sunday, and we’re reading Zechariah 9:9–12, a key prophecy behind Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. What would it look like for King Jesus to enter the town of Rugby, the streets we live in, at the present time?

Think About These Things
We can choose to trust God with the weeks and months to come, and rather than spend our days in fear, we can focus on all that is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, or praiseworthy. This is how we position ourselves to join God's work in the world.

Be still and know
Psalm 49 teaches us that we can find a fortress in our God at a time of coronavirus. Let the situation of the day focus your mind and lead you back to God for refuge, whether for the first time or the 100th time. You are never too far gone. It is never too late.