Posted: 07 October 2020
Join us for our annual vision series!
There's nothing more attractive than a person who thinks about others and doesn’t need to be the hero. There’s nothing more attractive than a church that thinks about others and wants Jesus to be the hero.
Every year we stop, reflect and refocus with our annual vision series. This year we’re looking at how the church Jesus wants us to be is marked by deep humility.
Starts Sunday; 18 October
Posted: 23 September 2020
Join us on Sunday, 11 October to hear from our guest speaker, Simon Manchester!
Posted: 20 August 2020
Join us online or in person at 9.30am, 11am and 4.30pm
As part of our gradual relaunch we are continuing registrations and our Covid check in process.
We ask you not to attend if you have any cold or flu symptoms, or have come into contact with a suspected or confirmed case of Covid19. We are also taking temperatures at the gate and will ask you not to attend if you have a temperature of 38 degrees or above (this includes children).
While mask wearing is not compulsory, NSW Health strong encourages anyone attending a church service to wear a mask inside. We encourage you to bring a mask, or to pick one up at our check in table.
Registrations are no...Continue Reading
Posted: 28 July 2020
Join us on Sunday online at 10am and 4.30pm
This Sunday was mean’t to be the relaunch of services at Vine Church. But given we are seeing COVID cases growing in Sydney, with some local hotspots (thank you Harpoon Harry!) we’ve decided to postpone the relaunch to Sunday 16 August.
This is disappointing for us all. I hope you feel the loss.
Christ bled and died to overcome the way sin scatters us into seperate tribes and isolates us as self willed people. He died to bring us to God and to remove the hostility between nations, families and neighbours. Every time we gather, we proclaim the miracle of what Jesus has done in bringing us together....Continue Reading
Posted: 23 July 2020
Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose is the signature rallying cry of coach Eric Taylor's high school football team in the TV series Friday Night Lights. Coach Taylor draws in these wayward young men and gives them a vision for what they could be (clear eyes), loyalty to their teammates (full hearts), and an undying confidence that whatever the scoreboard says right now, they will win in the end (can't lose).
Every Christian on team Jesus has the same motto, and it's the work of the Holy Spirit who helps us play the game before us.
The Holy Spirit gives us clear eyes to see what truly matters in life.
He gives us full hearts that are passionate for Jesus and teammates. ...Continue Reading
Posted: 29 June 2020
We're thankful to God for the way he has worked through Vine Church in 2019. It was a year where our church grew significantly, people came to know Jesus for the first time and we pursued our Connect Building Renewal. Click below to read our 2019 Annual Report.
Posted: 22 May 2020
Drugs, politics, pornography, domestic abuse, and euthanasia are just some of the complex issues Christians face today. They raise questions that become heavy with our own life experiences and today's cultural expectations.
Join us as we bring these loaded questions to the Bible and seek to engage where people are at with insight, passion, and faith
Drugs & Alcohol: Is there anything wrong with getting drunk and high?
Sunday, 7 June 2020
Dave Jensen, Former Captain in the Australian Infantry and Pastor at EV Church
Public Faith: Should Christians impose their morality on society?
Sunday, 14 June 2020
Michael Kellahan, Director of Freedom for Faith
Pornography: Is...Continue Reading
Posted: 26 April 2020
We are living in a moment of unprecedented uncertainty, and we’ve been confronted with the fact that our jobs, our investments, our health, our families, our nation, even our way of life is insecure and fragile.
Our world is reeling from events beyond our control and we find ourselves vulnerable to the spread of disease, the decline in financial markets, instability in employment, and the decisions of our leaders and our neighbours. We are experiencing massive impact on our lives, our health, our work and our leisure.
Where is God in all this and what is he saying to a world during troubled times?
The prophet Habakkuk in the Bible speaks to his nation in the midst of their...Continue Reading
Posted: 17 April 2020
This season of uncertainty is likely to continue as the economic impact of Covid–19 grows. We know of many people already that have been stood down, made redundant or had their hours cut significantly. Many families with kids are cut off from family support and childcare, and many of our 4.30pm congregation are significantly impacted by the cuts experienced in part time and casual jobs. Through all of this, God is still sovereign and loves us immensely.
Giving to the Covid Care Fund
This week we have been able to open the 'Covid Care Fund' through the Vine Church foundation. This is tax deductible to give towards, and will be administered by Kate Stace (our Director of...Continue Reading
Posted: 02 April 2020
Jesus shocked the world when he died and came back to life three days later.
He was God himself who traded his life for our freedom from death and sin. Today, we can break free from fear and guilt because Jesus went from death to life.
Whether you come to church or haven't been in years, we'd love to invite you to celebrate Easter online with us! In uncertain times, Jesus offers rock solid hope because of what happened that first Easter. In uncertain and anxious times, we'd love to welcome you into our community and share with you how Jesus offers hope beyond the grave. If you have never stepped through our doors, joining us on online is a great way to experience church for...Continue Reading