Posted: 20 September 2017
You may have seen St Michael’s Anglican Church on the corner of Albion and Flinders St, Surry Hills – an old church with 163 years of history. Over the past few years, we've experienced a rejuvenation – there are new people coming along, kids being born and people exploring Jesus for the first time.
To reflect this renewal, we have decided to change our...
Posted: 20 September 2017
As you may be aware, Vine Church + St Michael’s came together under the leadership of Toby Neal two years ago in a unique partnership. Vine Church is a new church which has grown to be a vibrant community filled with young inner-city people exploring the life, love and freedom which Jesus offers.
St Michael’s, on the other hand, is a much older church,...Continue Reading
Posted: 15 September 2017
This Sunday is going to be a great time as we gather together as God's people to praise his Son and encourage each other. Andy Bryan is speaking from Titus 2 on what can keep us on fire living for Jesus. It's a great passage and Andy's message is relevant for us all.
Also this week I will be announcing the decision regarding the name of our church....Continue Reading
Posted: 08 September 2017
Faithful teachers, godly relationships, real hope and changed lives. These are the things which make for a healthy church according to the letter Paul sent a young pastor named Titus.
This Sunday, we are looking at the second of these from Titus 2. Here, Paul tells his young protege what he is to teach to the five different groups in his church: old men,...
Posted: 01 September 2017
Every Christian wants to be part of a healthy church: where leaders stand for the truth and not what makes them look good, where relationships are deep and strong, where people find genuine hope, and where there's real transformation happening in their lives.
Join us this September as we look at a letter in the Bible to a young pastor named Titus about...Continue Reading
Posted: 25 August 2017
Over the next couple of weeks we are addressing two significant issues facing our society.
This Sunday we are thinking though Domestic and Family Violence. The Bible is not reticent in speaking about this subject. It contains numerous accounts which make public the horror of what is done in private, even by family members. There is no more shocking story...Continue Reading
Posted: 18 August 2017
This Sunday, Andy Bryan is finishing our series in the book of Judges as he teaches on the chaos that was caused when Israel had no king and did what was right in their own eyes. We will also be sharing the Lord's Supper together and hearing from the Global Mission team about Emily Woods' work in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Don't forget today is the last...Continue Reading
Posted: 17 August 2017
Following on from the post earlier in the week on loneliness, a friend shared with me today this article on why single is not the same as lonely.
"For those of us who remain single, we might not experience the unique depth of intimacy with one person that a married friend might, but we can enjoy a unique breadth of intimacy with a number of close friends...Continue Reading
Posted: 16 August 2017
Last week there was yet another article in the news on loneliness. Loneiliness is a massive problem many people in our city and our church face. The article gives 6 tips to avoid loneliness. Here's my adaption for our community:
1. When you meet up with people at church don't just talk about your job and social life. Share how God's been changing you,...Continue Reading
Posted: 11 August 2017
This Sunday we've got the privilege of having Dave Jensen speaking evangelistically on the story of Samson. Dave is a powerful speaker and this would be a great Sunday to bring a friend to church.
Also, don't forget to give us your opinion on what you think we should call our church.
Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday.