Posted: 04 December 2015 / Genesis 38
There are five women in the Bible mentioned in Jesus’s ancestry. All of them were real! They weren’t perfect and things weren’t easy for them. They were let down by the people they loved, but ultimately they were fearless in trusting God.
Over the next couple of weeks leading up to Christmas, we are going to spend our time looking at those women in...Continue Reading
Posted: 27 November 2015 / Psalm 139
This week at Vine Church we're finishing off our series in Psalms as Josh Thorp comes and speaks on Psalm 139 and the fundamental desire in every human to be profoundly known and accepted. Josh is one of our Community Group leaders, has a great love for Jesus, and has much to share on this great passage.
Also, after church this week we're heading over to...Continue Reading
Posted: 20 November 2015
There are five women in the Bible mentioned in Jesus’ ancestry. All of them were real! They weren’t perfect and things weren’t easy for them. They were let down by the people they loved, but ultimately they were fearless in trusting God.
Join us this Christmas as we look at five stories of real women in Jesus’ family and discover that no matter how messy...Continue Reading
Posted: 18 November 2015
“Everyone here is in the same boat. . . you don’t ask for anything back. . . I feel comfortable here and can be myself”
For the past 20 years St Michael’s Surry Hills (and now Vine Church), has been providing breakfast each Sunday to over 50 people doing it tough in our city.
We call it Bread of Life because we believe that providing a hearty breakfast...Continue Reading
Posted: 06 November 2015 / Revelation 21
"The quality of a culture may be changed when two percent of its people have a new vision."
— Robert Bellah
Over the past 4 weeks we’ve been asking God to give us a new vision and to show us the purpose of life and our church. Each week, we’ve seen a vision of heaven and earth, and how you and I are engaged in a great spiritual conflict in which we fight...Continue Reading
Posted: 30 October 2015 / Revelation 12
War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning is a best-selling book by Chris Hedges, a New York Times war correspondent and journalist. In it, Hedges tries to explain why he became so addicted to war that he could not live without it. He writes:
"Only when we are in the midst of conflict does the shallowness and vapidness of much of our lives become apparent....Continue Reading
Posted: 23 October 2015
4 November 2015
7:00pm–9:00pm (Registration at 6:45pm)
St Michael's Anglican Church, Cnr Flinders St & Albion St, Surry Hills
Session 1: How to tell your...Continue Reading
Posted: 23 October 2015 / Revelation 7
One of the most counter-cultural things you can do in our world today is become an engaged member of a local church.
In our flighty and noncommittal age, we are not naturally inclined to find a place to put down roots and make longstanding commitments for the good of others. We want to keep our options open and, above all, preserve our own freedom of...Continue Reading
Posted: 16 October 2015 / Revelation 17
We had a wonderful time last week at the Commencement Party with over 250 people celebrating the coming together of Vine Church and St Michael's. If you haven't yet caught the video Kelvin Saik put together interviewing various people at each church, you might like to check it out now.
This Sunday we are continuing our series on living a life with purpose...Continue Reading
Posted: 13 October 2015
In our world today, the notion of an absolute truth seems at best naïve and at worst offensive. For most people, religious belief is a matter of personal choice. Who is to say that their religion is right and other's are wrong?
Join us this Thursday night as we discuss this question at our next Open Forum.
These nights are for anyone wanting to discuss...Continue Reading