News and events for the week beginning Sunday 19th April 2015

Welcome to Shord van Donge One of our four main missionaries, Shord van Donge, will be preaching today and providing an update on his ministry. Our church has been supporting Shord and his wife Ann in their work for around 40 years! Shord will also be joining us for a special one-night meeting on Monday 20th April at 7.30pm in the church over coffee … Read more

Finding real hope

What are you looking forward to? Maybe it’s retirement? Maybe it’s life after exams? Maybe it’s the birth of your child or your grandchild? Maybe it’s your upcoming holidays? You might sometimes feel that there is little for you to look forward to. When this is the case, life can be really tough. As the Russian novelist Dostoyevsky … Read more

Lost and Found

  Last Tuesday, just before noon, Luke Shambrook was spotted by a police helicopter. He had wandered from his campsite on Good Friday and had spend four nights in the bush. While as a parent you would never want to give up hope, with each night passing hope might have dwindled. The relief that Luke’s … Read more

News and events for the week beginning 5th April 2015

Daylight Savings Don’t forget to turn your clocks back an hour before Sunday morning! Our Revelation series finishes Sunday This Sunday we complete our series on the book of Revelation. Jodie will be speaking on the topic ‘Revealing hope’ as we open up Revelation chapters 21 and 22. Men’s Dinner Join us on Tuesday 7th April to hear Ben Pakula speak on the topic, “Enduring … Read more

Everyone loves something new!

Whether it’s the smell of a new car or the feel of a new haircut, it’s always good to have something new. But cars rust out and hair grows long, and these ‘new’ things don’t stay new very long. That’s why the promise of a genuinely new heaven and earth is such a staggering promise from Jesus. … Read more

Famous Last Words

Australian icon and infamous outlaw Ned Kelly is reported to have uttered the phrase “Such is life” moments before he was hung in Melbourne Gaol on November 11, 1880. The words speak of an inevitability of death, and an acceptance that ultimately, you get what you deserve. Ned Kelly was punished for his crimes by … Read more