Scroll down for an overview of each series
This series explores the fascinating history and theology of some of our most famous Christmas carols, and how they reveal the gospel from unique angles.
Modern life often feels full, cluttered and overwhelming. This series explores principles that help order and clarify our life so we can find a greater freedom in simplicity.
One chapter at a time we delve into this remarkable book and explore its history, occasion and central message of the liberating power of the gospel in our life.
Exploring lessons bore of experience, this series explores moments that give birth to a fresh start, from the fascinating lives of lives of the a range of biblical characters.
"My soul magnifies the Lord", sings Mary in what is latter known as the ‘Magnificat’. We explore the dimensions of this elegant word, and how it opens up our understanding of God and the miracle of Christmas.
With unique principles drawn from Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians, this series explores the nature of what it mean to truly flourish.
How do we know God’s will? This series provides principles that ensure our individual life, and communal directions as a church, is oriented by God’s vision of the future.
This series explores the important questions of suffering and pain. It engages the issues honestly and carefully, drawing on the rich insights in the Christian faith.
This series unpacks the principles of the marvellous little book Surprise the World: The Five Habits of Highly Missional People by Michael Frost which shows the remarkable evangelistic power of living ‘questionable’ lives through simple routines and rhythms of everyday life.
It’s become an infamous cliché for words without action, but Christian prayer is anything but passive Christian prayer is not passive. Indeed, praying is one of the most powerful activities in which we can engage. This series helps understand prayer, and how we can experience greater intimacy and freedom in our conversation with God.
Everything needs renewal. It’s God’s plan for our life personally, and is the end in view for all creation. It’s also the dire need of the church today. This series lays out principles that map a path to renewal for people, communities and congregations. The series is resourced by the following texts:
Reappearing Church: The Hope for Renewal in the Rise of Our Post-Christian Culture by Mark Sayers
Center Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in Your City by Timothy Keller
Dynamics of Spiritual Life: An Evangelical Theology of Renewal by Richard Lovelace
Inspired by the motto of Adelaide University, and drawing on the tradition of Col. Light, who designed the city of Adelaide, this series shows how our questing seeking answers in life brings us ultimately to the question of the reality of God. It does this following the prologue of the Gospel of John.
When people encountered Jesus, unusual and beautiful things occurred. This series explores a wide range of people and circumstances that reveal dimensions to the marvellous character of Jesus.
The vision of Malvern UC is ‘An Open House for a Flourishing Community through the Gospel of Jesus.’ This series the myriad ways following Jesus calls us to live our life as an ‘open house’.
Exploring all facets of our daily life including work, traffic, family, the home, money, and rest, this series offers principles on how faith in God and the reality of the gospel can transform the mundane into the scared and beautiful.
This series explores the purpose of church through the nature and characteristics of God.
Mentioned 1000 times in the Bible, the heart is the centre of our deepest emotional and intellectual being. Our deepest commitments. Our greatest loves and desires - what we trust. This series explores how the longing of our heart shapes our life. Based on principles from the recommended bookGospel in Life: Grace Changes Everything by Timothy Keller.
Even whilst our culture says that "nobody's perfect" we all sense a subtle pressure to live up to a certain standard in a wide range of areas. Which means we often feel we're juggling, running from one thing to another, and often failing. This series unpacks this, and shows how the gospel provides another foundation for life.