Archive: 2013

Vine Church Christmas Break

Posted: 27 December 2013

Vine Church will not be meeting on Sunday 29 December, to encourage our church to enjoy this Christmas Break. As we will not be meeting formally, we do seek our church to meet together informally around dinner tables, beaches, cafes and picnics. We'll be meeting back again on Sunday 5 January for our new series on 'Biblical Productivity'. 

Enjoy summer...

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Hampers for families in crisis

Posted: 23 December 2013

This year as part of the Vine Church Christmas Offering each Community Group put together a Christmas hamper for families in crisis accommodation at St Vincentian House, Surry Hills.

Watch the above video to see what difference these hampers will make in the lives of families this Christmas.

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Mentoring Young People in Crisis

Posted: 06 December 2013

Hello interested mentors!

As most of you know we had an information session for the mentoring program last week. Many of you contacted me saying you are interested, but not able to make that night, so we are running another information session in a few weeks. This will be the last chance to come and find out about the program and register your interest...

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Christmas Series: This God

Posted: 22 November 2013

Join us this December as we look the story of our God backwards — starting with his death and finishing with his birth — in order that we might understand his life and the meaning of our own.

Sunday 1,        This God could let himself hang on a tree:
December        Jesus' passion

Sunday 8,        This God could enjoy a woman of questionable

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Filthy rich with no need for God

Posted: 22 November 2013 / Revelation 3:14-22

This Sunday we concluding our series, Three Blind Mice, as we consider Jesus letter to the church in Laodicea, a community of people who were filthy rich with no need for God.

Perhaps one of the greatest barriers to spiritual growth in our culture is our self-sufficiency. And why shouldn't we be self-sufficient? We are the most healthy, educated, wealthy...

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Crisis Mentoring Program

Posted: 22 November 2013

Hello interested mentors!

I hope you are all having a great week! I want to start by thanking you for your initial interest in the upcoming mentoring program here at Vincentian House.

As most of you are aware, Vincentian House is a crisis accommodation service for single women and families who are experiencing homelessness and severe financial...

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2nd Birthday Photos

Posted: 26 October 2013

View more photos on our Facebook page or watch the 2 Years In video.

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Jesus impact on ethnic diversity

Posted: 25 October 2013

This week I have been reading some of the history of the mistreatment of indigenous Australians. Yes I was taught about invasion and genocide in year 7 history, but maybe I was too young because looking back I was numb to the tragic events I was taught.

This Sunday is the final in our series, The Impact of Jesus on History, and we are looking at Jesus...

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Author: Toby Neal / Categories: News, Sermon Series

Jesus impact on science

Posted: 18 October 2013

This Sunday we are continuing our series by looking at Jesus Impact on Science. This might be a strange topic, especially if believe that there is a war going on between science and religion.

One writes explains that the world has been "flooded with books by scientists describing a caged death match between science and God — with science winning. . ."

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2 Years In video

Posted: 13 October 2013

We began two years ago with the simple belief that Jesus is still relevant in the 21st century. Watch the video below of some of the community reflecting on coming to Vine Church and the impact Jesus has had on their life.

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