Our mission is to guide people of all backgrounds into a
personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

  • Love the Lord Your God with Your Heart

    Sermon From: Jorge Malone

    Categories: God, Pray

    Date: Monday 27 June, 2018

  • Reflect The Person Of
    Jesus Christ

    Sermon From:  Anna Malay

    Categories: God, Pray

    Date: Monday 1 July, 2018

  • All My Inmost Being Praise His Name

    Sermon From: Serge Geintz

    Categories: Church, Pray

    Date: Monday 16 July, 2018

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St John-at-Hackney is an icon set in the heart of Hackney. We have served the people of Hackney for over 700 years, and today we continue the work of glorifying God through worshipping joyfully, building community and celebrating diversity.

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The Birth Jesus Christ

On a special day around 2,000 years back an angel named Gabriel appeared to a young Jewish woman named Mary. Gabriel revealed to Mary she would have a son, Jesus, who will be the Son of God. Mary was confounded and stressed over this sudden news, however she had faith in God and stated, “I am the Lord’s servant; let it be as you say.”

Mary and Joseph who was not yet Mary’s husband, lived in a town called Nazareth. Be that as it may, they needed to journey to the city of Bethlehem to enlist for a census requested by the Roman emperor, Caesar Augustus. Both Nazareth and Bethlehem are in the nation presently called Israel. It is around 65 miles (105 km) from Nazareth to Bethlehem, and the outing presumably took them quite a few days.



When Joseph and Mary got to Bethlehem, there was no place for them to stay because the inn was full and did not have any place. They wound up spending the night in a stable, a place where animals were kept. There was presumably fresh hay on the floor that they utilized for beds. That night, Jesus was conceived. There was no crib, so they laid baby Jesus in a manger, which is used as a feeding trough for animals. The manger most likely had fresh hay in it and made a pleasant bed for the baby.

There were shepherds who were given the news of a saviour, the messiah being born and rushed to Bethlehem and found Jesus in the manger. After they had seen Jesus, they spread the news, and everybody who heard was in wonder.

Sometime later, wise men, or magi, from eastern nations saw a star in the sky that symbolized the birth of a new ruler. They came to Judea, the locale around Jerusalem and Bethlehem, to venerate Jesus, the new ruler.

A man named Herod was the ruler of Judea. He called the wise men to a gathering and instructed them to locate the new lord so he could go and revere him, as well.

The wise men proceeded to Bethlehem and followed the star until the point when it was straightforwardly over the house where Jesus was. They found Mary and Jesus in the house and knelt down to love Him. They brought Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh, a portion of the finest things in the old world. Frankincense was burnt to make a sweet fragrance, and myrrh was a costly fragrance.

Subsequent to visiting Jesus, the wise men had a dream that warned them not to return to King Herod, so they took an alternate course home.

Ruler Herod lied when he advised the wise men he needed to love Jesus. He was anxious this new “lord” would take his place as a ruler of Judea. He didn’t comprehend that Jesus would grow up to be lord of God’s spiritual kingdom, not ruler of Judea.



What Herod really wanted to do was to discover Jesus and murder him. Herod was angry when he understood the wise men had not returned to disclose to him where to discover Jesus. He sent his officers to Bethlehem to slaughter every one of the children under two years of age, figuring Jesus would surely be one of the ones executed.

Yet, God had advised Joseph in a dream to escape to Egypt. Joseph took Mary and Jesus to live in Egypt where they would be safe from Herod. Joseph, Mary and Jesus remained in Egypt until the point that Herod had passed on, and after that they came back to Nazareth.

10 Guidelines for a Christian Living

The Bible shows that the Christian life is one of consistent self-development. When you were born once more, you were born into the God’s family. It is God’s motivation that you will develop into full stature and wind up developed and matured in Christ. It would be unbecoming of God and nature if you somehow happened to remain an infant and along these lines turn into a spiritual dwarf.

To be a true Christian of that sort there are a few guidelines you must follow.



1. Read your Bible day by day. Try not to be satisfied by just skimming through a section merely to fulfil your conscience. Hide the Word of God in your heart. It comforts, guides, remedies, energizes and all we require lies in there.

2.Take in the secret of prayer. Prayer is imparting and interacting. Each prayer that you supplicate will be answered. Now and then that answer might be “Yes” and in some cases “No,” and some of the time it is “wait,” however it will be answered. No prayer will go without being answered.

3.Rely always on the Holy Spirit. We realize that the Holy Spirit petitions God for us, and what a comfort that ought to be to the weakest of us. Stand aside and let Him assume control over every one of the choices and decisions of your life. You will notice that by doing your life will be more on the right track.

4.Go to chapel frequently. The church is Christ’s association upon earth. Christians require each other, we have to assemble to revere God and nothing can replace church participation. Its significantly important to attend church and pray to the lord.

5.Be a witnessing Christian. We witness in two different ways by life and by word – and the two, where conceivable, ought to go hand in hand. Witness all that is around you.



6.Give love a chance to be the decision principle of your life. Jesus said to the individuals who tailed Him, “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love to each other”. The best exhibition of the way that we are Christians is that we cherish each other.

7.Be an obedient Christian. Give Christ a chance to have in front of the rest of the competition in every one of the choices of your life.

8.Figure out how to meet temptation. Temptation isn’t sin. It is yielding that is sin. Give Christ through the Holy Spirit a chance to do the fighting for you.

9.Be a wholesome Christian. Our lives and appearance ought to recognize the Gospel and make it appealing to others.

10.Live above your circumstances. Try not to give your circumstances a chance to get you down. Figure out how to live graciously inside them, realizing the Lord Himself is with you.