Sunday 1st August 2021 — Jesus Brings Hope (Part 3)

Here is our online service for Sunday, 1st August 2021.

We hope you find it a blessing in this time of COVID restrictions.

You may want to have John 3.1-16 and Ephesians 2.1-10 open, to be ready to follow the Bible readings.

This is the last in our short series on the theme of Jesus Brings Hope.

Today: Jesus Brings Hope: 3 – How should we respond to Jesus?

(Part 1 is here. Part 2 is here.)

We can’t meet in person at the moment, due to COVID restrictions in Sydney. When we can meet, you’re very welcome to join us at 9:30am any Sunday

Bible reading plan for August 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 August 2021 is now available for download. Please be encouraged to read along with us.

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.

Sunday 25th July 2021 — Jesus Brings Hope (Part 2)

Here is our online service for Sunday, 25th July 2021.

We hope you find it a blessing in this time of COVID restrictions.

You may want to have Isaiah 53.4-9 and Mark 10.35-45 open, to be ready to follow the Bible readings.

We’re in the middle of our short series on the theme of Jesus Brings Hope.

Today: Jesus Brings Hope: 2 – What Jesus has done for you.

(Part 1 is here.)

We can’t meet in person this week, due to COVID restrictions in Sydney. When we can meet, you’re very welcome to join us at 9:30am any Sunday.

The true story of Arthur Stace — Mr Eternity

This was first published last year – but with the anniversary of Arthur Stace hearing the news that changed him forever coming up – and its relevance for our current situation – here it is again.

Hear the true story of Arthur Stace — Mr Eternity — who wrote “Eternity” on the streets of Sydney from 1932 until 1967. His “one word sermon” was displayed on the Sydney Harbour Bridge as the new millennium dawned on 1st January 2000.