Category - Events
Posted: 21 November 2011
The year is coming to an end and Christmas is upon us. To celebrate we are having a Christmas Picnic Feast, this is one picnic not to be missed!
Saturday 3rd December, 12pm – 4pm
The Duck Pond, Centennial Park (see map)
What to Bring:
- Food and drinks to share.
- Rugs, chairs and umbrellas to make things comfortable.
- Sunscreen to save your...
Posted: 11 August 2011
Last Sunday we had a great afternoon celebrating God's goodness with heaps of people, a great band and good food with drinks.
Over 140 people came along and we ran out of seats. Many of the guests were family and friends, some who don't normally go to church. Other guests came from getting our postcards in their letterboxes or from local cafes. Some people found...Continue Reading
Posted: 01 August 2011
In mid August we are starting Christianity Explored which is a free 7-week course that gives you time and space to think about the big questions of life and to explore the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. You won’t be asked to pray, sing or read aloud, and you can ask any questions you like. Or, if you prefer, you can...Continue Reading
Posted: 27 July 2011 / Philippians 4:19
Next week is National Homeless Persons' Week. A couple of churches in Surry Hills are getting together on Wednesday 3rd August, 2-3pm, to hold a service for those who sleep rough.
Please come and join us and pray for those who sleep rough that God would supply every need of theirs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19).
Posted: 04 July 2011
Does he exist? Does he care?
Why doesn’t he make himself clearer?
Why doesn’t he end all the pain?
Do I care?
Join us this August for the opening of Vine Church, a new urban church in Surry Hills. We surveyed people in the area and hope to begin a conversation about our four most common questions for God.
- Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going?...
Posted: 21 April 2011
World-weariness, apathy, acedia, and sloth are words which describe the posture our time – the inability to believe in or do anything.
What we suffer from is not over-sensation, as is commonly thought, but from de-sensitization, an anesthesia of the spirit. One is hard pressed to identify that for which postmodern men and women are willing to live or die....Continue Reading