Messages

We commence the new liturgical year in the season of Advent.
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As we have a visiting speaker presenting the message for the 4th Sunday after Pentecost, there is no message transcript for this week.

Let us not allow the focus of our image of God become overwhelmed.  God invites us into intimate fellowship with him, calling him ‘Father’.  Do we dare to call him, Abba Father?

As we journey through the season of Pentecost and continue to live in the light of Jesus, we see that the Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath.

On this 3rd Sunday after Pentecost we are challenged by Mark’s gospel regarding who is God’s family.  We will see that the family of God does the will of God.

Today we continue the series on the pastoral letters of John. In his letters John urges the believers to remember that Jesus Christ has made us an overcomer.

Today is Ascension Sunday.  We will look at God’s great commission to go into all the world, to proclaim the good news; to be a missionary called to minister in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Today is Pentecost Sunday.  We will look at God’s life-giving gift of the Holy Spirit to the church and remember that “He who is in us is greater than he who is in the world.”

Today we continue the series on the pastoral letters of John. In his letters John urges the believers to hold fast to the true Gospel, by being confident in, and experiencing the grace of forgiveness.

Today we continue the series on the pastoral letters of John. In his letters John urges the believers to hold fast to the true Gospel, by knowing the Good Shepherd and showing his love to others.

Today we continue the series on the pastoral letters of John. In his letters John urges the believers to hold fast to the true Gospel, by being assured of God’s goodness and love

Our Saviour is risen!  He is risen indeed!  Today we celebrate the power of God which raised Jesus from the dead – the pathway for us to enjoy eternal life has been made clear.  How does our life reflect the power of God that resides within our heart?

Our Saviour is risen!  Today we begin a series on the pastoral letters of John. In his letters John urges the believers to hold fast to the true Gospel, through finding their identity in the fellowship God shares with his Son Jesus.

Sunday, 17 March will be our fifth Sunday in the season of Lent.  Jesus teaches us that it is through dying that we enter enternal life?

On Palm Sunday we wave palm branches and declare “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.”  We welcome Assistant Bishop Charlie Murray who will lead our service!  As Bishop Charlie is preaching, there is no message transcript.

Maundy Thursday remembers the time when Jesus shares one last meal with his disciples, before his death.  Here, he washes their feet and urges us to follow his example.  How are we to do so? Even washing the feet of our enemies and those who will betray us?

Sunday, 25th February will be our second Sunday in the season of Lent.  Are we willing to carry our cross?   It is the kind of dedication not many are prepared to do.

Sunday 3 March will be our third Sunday in the season of Lent.  Will you allow Jesus to disrupt your life?  We often put ‘do not disturb’ on the door of our hearts. If only we’d allow Jesus to clean it out!

Sunday, 10 March will be our fourth Sunday in the season of Lent.  Jesus uses a shocking analogy to explain the Gospel.

This week on Transfiguration Sunday we celebrate the appearing of Jesus in his glorified form. Rev Juleen will lead the service preaching on how are our lives being transfigured by God?

On Wednesday, 14th February we gather for our Ash Wednesday service.  Ash Wednesday assists us to enter into our Lenten Journey, this year focussing on surrendering all to Jesus.

Sunday, 18th February will be our first Sunday in the season of Lent.  Are we prepared to lay down our life for Jesus?   It is the kind of dedication not many are prepared to do.

Today as we celebrate the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany, Rev Mel will lead the service and Bill will preach.  Bill’s message is entitled “Jesus’ asks: Will you follow me?”

Today as we celebrate the 4th Sunday after Epiphany, Rev Mel will lead the service and preach on how Jesus has called us to live a life of purpose.

Today as we celebrate the 5th Sunday after Epiphany, Rev Mel will lead the service and preach on whether you are passing the tests God sets for you.

On New Year’s Eve we meet at 9am to worship our newborn King.  The message transcript for this service is included in the service sheet.  This will be a Prayer, Praise and Proclamation service.

As the new year dawns, we celebrate the Baptism of our Lord together with Paul’s encounter with the believers at Ephesus.  These scriptures prompt us to ask whether we are ready to be dyed into Christ?

Today as we celebrate the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany, Rev Juleen will lead the service and preach.  Her message is entitled “Are you ready for an adventure?”

Are you ready for a Christmas Carol event, that’s out of the ordinary?  This year, while listening to the Christmas story in rhyming couplet, we’ll also learn when Santa learned the Gospel!  The entire script of the evening is available for download.

We meet together at 11pm to pause on this holy night, as we gaze at the vulnerability of our mighty Saviour.  The message for this service is included in the service booklet.

O Come all you faithful, joyful and triumphant, Come and behold him, our newborn king!
The message for this service is included in the service booklet.

As we embark on our Advent journey towards the coming of our Saviour, our message will consider how Jesus is our Hope of the nations.

We continue our Advent journey this week looking at the Prophet John the Baptiser, who proclaimed “Prepare the way for the Lord”

Our Advent journey nears closer to the birth of our Saviour King. This week we look again at the Prophet John, whom we join in proclaiming “Prepare the way for the Lord.”