- Who we are
- What we do
This Sunday at Oak Flats Anglican we’re continuing our six-week series on the topic, ‘I will build my church’, something Jesus said to his disciples, and something that he keeps doing to this day and beyond.
We’re going to look at the big question about what it is when we come together ‘to church’.
Is it worship? Is it edification? Is it evangelism? Is it for teaching? Is it for serving?
And what about things like baptism and the Lord’s supper?
Lots of things to think about, and lots of things to consider.
But, come along and hear what Jodie’s got to say about these things, because it’s likely you might be a little surprised by some of the things you hear.
We’re also having our Annual General Meeting at 11am, which is a time we vote in our office holders and we report on how things have gone over the past twelve months.
Hope to see you on Sunday!
When you think of it, there’s no greater organisation in the universe than God’s church.
It’s vastly more significant than Apple, The Olympics, Coca Cola, and even McDonald’s!
So, it would be logical to think that the way that the church would grow would be just like the way that those organisations grow.
In some ways this is true: God’s church grows through good-old-fashioned word-of-mouth and personal endorsement.
Yet, in other ways this is not true, given the essential difference in purpose and functionality between the heavenly church of God and the world’s great multinational corporations.
So, how does God build his church? How does he make it grow from strength to strength? What are his techniques and strategies?
Find out this and more on Sunday as we examine just how it is that God is building his church.