Category - News
Posted: 19 January 2018
We had an amazing time last week as we kicked off our new series: Introducing Jesus. It's an important series for two reasons. First, we don't want our love to grow cold for Jesus, so it's essential we start each year by looking directly at him in the gospels. Second, we want our friends and family to know him. And they won't, unless we know him and are...Continue Reading
Posted: 12 January 2018
At the beginning of every year we spend time as a church looking at Jesus Christ. We do this because those of us who follow Jesus need to be regularly reminded that Jesus is not small and unimpressive, but is great and wonderful.
Another reason we start the year like this is because I believe summer is great time to invite friends and family along to...Continue Reading
Posted: 05 January 2018
Life has its ups and downs. At times it can feel that the very ground we are standing on is shaking under our feet, and all that we thought was solid is crumbling before our very eyes. How do we stand when these seasons hit us and shake our life to the core? Come along this Sunday as we work through Psalm 46 and wrestle with what it looks like to have our...Continue Reading
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
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.Continue Reading
Posted: 22 December 2017
Jesus of Nazareth never held a political office, never wrote a book, never married, never attended university, and never visited a big city. He was a lower-class worker who died homeless and poor. Yet, in spite of all odds—obscurity, powerlessness, and execution—he is the most famous person in all of human history. Why?
Whether you're a seeker, sceptic or...Continue Reading
Posted: 21 December 2017
I want to thank our church for the abundant generosity shown toward this year’s Christmas offering. We’ve so far given $9,628 toward five special projects that expand our care for people who need Jesus all around the world.
Here is the breakdown of how we are tracking against each project:
Posted: 15 December 2017
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been preparing for Christmas by looking at these kitschy words — peace, joy and all that stuff. So far we’ve seen that the words glory and grace speak to a deeper reality which ought to blow our minds and teach us to see Christmas as something wonderful and serious.
This Sunday we’re looking at the idea of light. Why...Continue Reading
Posted: 14 December 2017
Each year our Christmas Offering focuses on expanding our care for people who need Jesus. This year we have a great range of special projects that we are asking you to give above and beyond your normal giving. We do it because we want more people to know of the extravagant generosity of God in sending his Son to bring hope that first Christmas.
Posted: 08 December 2017
Last week started our Christmas series as we tried to get behind the kitsch of Christmas and understand the word Glory. We found an answer to the question: If God exists, why doesn't he show himself more clearly to the world? If you missed the message, you can download it here.
This Sunday we are getting behind another word which is overfamiliar, the word...Continue Reading