Category Archives: What’s On

Small Books, Big Messages

8 Oct 2017

‘Yet I will Rejoice’ (Habbakkuk 3)
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15 Oct 2017

‘Build, for I am with You’ (Haggai)
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22 Oct 2017

‘Getting the Balance Right’ (2 & 3 John)
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Why Keep Praying?

Message by Rev Brian Powell for Sunday 1 October 9:30am

‘Why Keep Praying?’ (Luke 18:1-8)
Sermon notes (39.6kB)

107th Church Anniversary: 17 Sept 2017

Message by Rev Brian Powell
‘Remember’ (Psalm 105: 1-11, 37-45)

Sermon notes (37.7kB) 

Accept, Encourage and Love One Another

The sermon notes from Pastor Brian’s messages for July 2017 are now available.

Accept one another’ (Romans 15:1-13) 

Encourage one another’ (Hebrews 10:19-25)

Love one another’ (John 15:9-17)

A Healthy, Growing Church’ (Acts 11:19-30)

Mid-Week Growth Group on Selected Wednesday Evenings (6 Sessions)

Pastor Enoch will run a Growth Group for 6 weeks on selected Wednesdays from 7.30pm – 9.30pm with a focus on studying the minor prophets, fellowship and prayer.

For more information contact:
Enoch Nagabyrava | M: 0416 634 906| E: enochmn@gmail.com

A Life of Joy

A Life of Joy - Philippians

At the 9:30am morning service, Pastor Brian is doing a 5 week series on the book of Philippians that will run until mid-September. Sermon notes will be added to this post as they become available.

6 Aug 2017

‘I will continue to rejoice’ (Philippians 1)
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13 Aug 2017

The Attitude of Christ‘ (Philippians 2:1-11)
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27 Aug 2017

Shining like Stars‘ (Philippians 2:12-30)
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3 Sept 2017

I Want to Know Christ‘ (Philippians 3:1-11)
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10 Sept 2017

Pressing on toward the Goal‘ (Philippians 3:12-4:1)
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24 Sept 2017

Rejoice in the Lord Always‘ (Philippians 4:2-4:23)
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Sundays 11am: The Unheeded Christ

Jesus Christ is a provocative, uncompromising teacher. Yet it is easy to become so accustomed to Jesus’ words that they become old friends – comfortable, unfamiliar, unchallenging. We get so used to him that we forget to take notice of what he commands us to do. But Jesus demands serious obedience from his people in all areas of life.” Over the next few months, we will be using David Cook’s book “The Unheeded Christ” as a launch pad to learn afresh about Jesus’ teachings.