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Welcome to SPB's YouTube Channel!

Welcome to SPB's YouTube Channel!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our YouTube channel at St Pauls & St Barnabas! As an Anglican Evangelical Parish rooted in the heart of Belfast, we are passionate about sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with our community. Now, you can join us for worship from wherever you are, as we bring our Sunday services to you online. We hope this new platform helps you feel a part of our congregation, no matter the distance.

Morning Worship at St Pauls & St Barnabas on Sunday, 16th June 2024

Passage: Mark 4:26-34
Preacher: Rev Andrew Irwin

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"For Jesus & our City"

Podcast Episode: The Parables of the Growing Seed and the Mustard Seed

In this episode, we delve into the powerful message from Mark 4:26-34, exploring the parables of the growing seed and the mustard seed. Reverend Andrew Irwin unpacks the profound truths these stories reveal about the Kingdom of God, emphasizing that its growth is orchestrated by God alone, often in ways unnoticed by the world. Through these parables, we learn about the importance of faith, patience, and the assurance that God's work will flourish in His perfect timing. Join us as we reflect on how these timeless teachings call us to sow seeds of faith in our daily lives, trusting in God's plan for His Kingdom's advancement.

Don't forget to listen to our podcast episodes for more reflections and teachings. You can find them here.


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