• Christ Has Been Raised

    We are commencing a new short sermon series based on 1 Corinthians 15. In this chapter of the bible, Paul engages in a long discussion about resurrection. It is probably the longest sustained treatment of the subject in the New Testament. Paul says it is central, vital and hopeful that...

  • Flagrantly Asked Questions

    During our October sermon series we will be exploring Luke further and look at the how Jesus dealt with hostile questions and how he posed some of his own. How should we respond to these questions today? Join us to find out.

  • Are We There Yet?

    This is our new sermon series commencing on 5 September. Come and join us as we travel through Luke’s gospel. Earlier in the year we saw Jesus set out for  Jerusalem in Luke 9-10. We have now jumped to the end of the journey, as Jesus approaches the city. The...

  • Worthy of the Gospel of Christ

    The letter to the Philippians challenges God’s people to let their lives be shaped by who Jesus is and by what he has done. Join us as Alan and Graham unpack this letter in our new sermon series commencing next Sunday.

  • “To the Tune of, ‘Do not Destroy’…”

    Our Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, has announced a lockdown of Greater Sydney and the surrounding regions of New South Wales. For now, our in-person services have been suspended again. You should be able to access our livestream 10am service through our Facebook page and YouTube channel – you’ll find links on...

  • The Church of Christ – Our new sermon series

    It’s June.  Welcome to winter. Coming up this month in church we are reading the opening chapters of 1 Corinthians. It is a chance to think about what it means to be Jesus Christ’s church – to live together with Christ as our Lord and our wisdom. Join us.

  • A God Who Saves – Our new sermon series

    In the book of Daniel we see God revealing himself to the pagan kings of the world and reminding his own people of his saving power. Please join us as we explore the book of Daniel and see God’s saving power at work.

  • Our new Sermon Series

    Jesus is a unique King whose work at Easter brought about a one-of-a-kind kingdom. This uniqueness is what we will be looking at over the next few weeks.

  • Following

    Please join us for our new sermon series commencing 7 February. As we follow Jesus, we learn as the first disciples did, how to do mission, how to love others, how to keep Jesus as Lord and how to depend on God in prayer.

  • Summer Psalms series

    Come and join us we commence the new year exploring Psalms. This January we are looking at some of the ‘Ascent’ psalms. These are songs for the holidays from 2500 years ago.