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Abandoned by God / Loved by God

Posted: 29 March 2018

Easter is a Christian holiday. It's not just a holiday to enjoy some time out in God's world, it's a holy day (special day) to enjoy the salvation and life Jesus won for us by dying and rising to life.

This Easter we've got an amazing Friday and Sunday planned with hot cross buns, live jazz, even a night out at The Soda Factory.

I would like would...

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Author: Toby Neal / Categories: Events, News, Sermon Series

How can I believe in Jesus when his followers have done terrible things?

Posted: 16 March 2018

'The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today is Christians: who acknowledge Jesus with their lips, walk out the door, and deny Him by their lifestyle. That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable.' (Brennan Manning)

This Sunday (5pm) we're continuing our series My Problem with Christianity by looking at why anyone could believe...

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Author: Toby Neal / Categories: Events, Sermon Series

Easter 2018

Posted: 16 March 2018

It’s been said that Christianity is the only religion whose God bears the scars of evil. Easter tells us that God hasn’t abandoned our world. In our own history, he sent his son Jesus to suffer and die because he loves us. And he rose to life to give us a hope that cannot be disappointed by death.

Join us this Easter as we look at the ultimate love and...

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Author: Meg Chatterton / Categories: Events, News, Sermon Series

Vision Sunday 2018

Posted: 02 February 2018

This Sunday is VISION SUNDAY! It’s a chance to hear where we’ve come from and where we’re going as a church. There’ll be stories, book giveaways, embarrassing photos from the past and next steps for us all to take in following Jesus.

Also, it just so happens that this year Vision Sunday coincides with the topic of Jesus' death in the Introducing Jesus...

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Author: Toby Neal / Categories: Events, News, Sermon Series

2018 Annual General Meeting

Posted: 01 February 2018

Coming up on the evening of Wednesday 21 February (6.30-9pm) is the Vine Church Annual General Meeting. It's a fun and important night when we give thanks for the ministry that has been happening at church and how God has provided for our financial needs.

On the night will elect:

  • 3 wardens, and
  • 0, 3, 6, or 9 parish councillors, and
  • 1 synod...
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Author: Toby Neal / Categories: Events, News

Man Camp 2018

Posted: 29 January 2018

Join the men of Vine for a weekend of good food, relaxing together and having some fun.
We’ll be hearing from a bunch of guys about living a godly life.

Friday 23 February, 6.30pm
Drinks and talk
The Taphouse
122 Flinders St, Darlinghurst

Saturday 24 – Sunday 25 February
See event page for details

Friday night only – Free

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Author: Andy Bryan / Categories: Events, News

Weekend Away 2018

Posted: 04 January 2018

Vine Church is going to the beach! Grab your towel and thongs for a weekend outside the city on the Northern Beaches.

Every family needs a holiday and this is ours; please join us for some much needed rest and rejuvenation of body and soul.

Rev Dr Malcolm Gill
Lecturer at Sydney Missionary Bible College

The Collaroy Centre

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Author: Meg Chatterton / Categories: Events, News

Peace & Joy

Posted: 22 December 2017

And just like that, another year has gone by and we're just a couple of days out from Christmas.

We've got three very special services planned and would love to have you join us as we close out our series by looking at Peace and Joy.

Christmas Eve
10am  Family carols service, BBQ and jumping castles for the kids
11pm  Candlelight service with...

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Author: Toby Neal / Categories: Events, News, Sermon Series

Ministry Fair

Posted: 17 November 2017

Join us after both the 10am and 4.30pm services this week for our annual Ministry Fair and BBQ! Think O-week, but without the drunk uni students. We'll be giving you the opportunity to learn about ways to serve our church and the community. Don't miss this chance to connect with ministry leaders and see how your unique giftedness can bless our church!...Continue Reading

Author: Meg Chatterton / Categories: Events, News

A new name for an old church

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...

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