Online Service for 16 May 2021

Here is our online church service for Sunday, 16th May 2021.

We hope you find it a blessing.

You may want to have Psalm 95 and James 3.1-12 open, to be ready to follow the Bible readings.

Our topic is Watching Your Tongue.

If you don’t have your own church, please feel very welcome to visit us any Sunday at 9:30am!

Bible reading plan for May 2021

Each month, we publish a simple Bible Reading Plan. Our hope is that you will increasingly treasure God’s Word, the Bible, and that you will find daily reading to be a great blessing.

Our Bible Reading Plan for May 2021 is now available for download. Please be encouraged to read along with us.

Online Service for 09 May 2021

Here is our online church service for Sunday, 9th May 2021.

We hope you find it a blessing.

You may want to have Matthew 7:24-27 and James 2.14-26 open, to be ready to follow the Bible readings.

Our topic is Real Faith.

Our church meetings in person are back, and you are very welcome to join us if you’re able on Sundays at 9:30am!

How you can support our church

The most important way you can support our church is by your prayers and your presence. However, we also need, and are very grateful for, your financial support.

Our Support page provides the option to do that electronically. And thank you.

Online Service for 02 May 2021

Here is our online church service for Sunday, 2nd May 2021.

We hope you find it a blessing.

You may want to have James 2.1-13 open, to be ready to follow the Bible reading.

Our church meetings in person are back, and you are very welcome to join us if you’re able.

Online Service for 25 April 2021

Here is our online church service for Sunday, 25th April 2021, ANZAC Day.

We hope you find it a blessing.

You may want to have John 15.12-17 and James 1.19-27 open, to be ready to follow the Bible readings.

Our topic: Be Doers of the Word.

Our church meetings in person are back, and you are very welcome to join us if you’re able.

ANZAC Day reflection

Here’s a short reflection made for ANZAC Day 2020.