New on the site

New Schedule

Camberwell Schedule from January to March 2016

Sermon Series Letters

The current sermon series is called “Transformed by Grace”.

Read Pastor Barry's letters and listen to the associated sermons on many different themes.

Audio Sermons

Sermons from Pastor Barry Robinson and other visiting speakers are being posted on the Sermons page weekly now. Download the mp3 files and play them on your computer or your portable mp3 player or iPod.

Weekly Devotions

Water for the Thirsty

Be refreshed by the water of life from God's word.

Photograph Gallery

Have a look at the photographs of The Congregation, events,individuals in and visitors to the Camberwell congregation in the Gallery area.

Feedback

Please send us a comment (kind and/or critical) and sign up to our mailing list or request prayers using the form on the Contacts page.

Verse of the Day

Read or listen to a bible verse from BibleGateway.com.

Back to top

Worship

We are made to worship. We are born with a God shaped hole that needs to be filled. We all worship something or someone whether we do it consciously or not. Some worship money, power or fame, others their careers, their house or their car. A good indicator or who or what we are worshipping is the amount of time we spend doing it. (How much more time do we spend watching TV than reading the Bible?) Worship of created things is ultimately unsatisfying.

Christians worship Jesus Christ ”because he's worth it“ (to use a well-known phrase). It is not just something we do at church, it is the way we live our lives. We want to serve and please our Saviour and friend. We praise him for what he has done for us. He loved and died for us while we we sinners so we could be with him eternally. (Romans 5:8).

We worship by praising our God with all our creative energies. We worship with song and dance and the waving of banners, with clapping and shouting “Hallelujah”. We worship Him in quiet prayer and in reading and studying His word.

At Camberwell we love to worship. We have many worship leaders who like a variety of musical styles. Our psalms, hymns and spiritual songs are both ancient and modern, from rousing to reflective. The bottom line is that we worship in spirit and in truth (John 4:23) and we worship enthusiastically.

Listen to Pastor Barry's sermon on Three Dimensional Worship.

Back to top