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We have a collection of various audio tape cassettes. As there are catalogued they will appear here.


Sunday Morning Sermons 2015

Sunday Morning Sermons 2016

Sunday Morning Sermons 2017

Special Services and Series [from the archives]

Pre-recorded Music

Ministry from Spring Harvest

From January 2011 we are recording sermons in MP3 format which can be listened to on-line or downloaded. When you are viewing the list of sermons, click on the MP3 button Image of the MP3 button after the sermon title and because of the way browsers are configured, the MP3 player of your choice [or the default player if you have not changed it] should open and the sermon will begin playing. If you are using Google Chrome logoChrome, you might experience problems which will be overcome if you download the file first. If you want to download the sermon, follow the guide below for the most popular browsers, but remember to security scan the file before playing.

Image of the Windows logo.
If you are using a PC with Windows operating system, right-click on the Image of the MP3 button button, and left-click on 'Save Target as...' or 'Save link as...' in the menu which is displayed. All you need to do then is choose where on your PC you want the file saved to.

Image of the Apple logo.
If you are using a Mac operating system, press and hold the Ctrl key and click the Image of the MP3 button button. From the menu select 'Download Linked File', 'Save Link As...', or similar, depending on which browser you are using. Choose where you want the file to be saved.

Image of the Linux logo.
If you are using Linux, right-click on the Image of the MP3 button button and select 'Save Target As...' from the menu and choose where you want the file to be saved.