WATER, WATER………………NOT EVERYWHERE

It’s been a very dry start to the year, with a record breaking spell without rain. Water or the lack thereof has been part of most conversations I’ve been having recently, along with weather forecasts of course. But as brown as it has gotten, and it is pretty bad, we will get rain eventually and […]

MINISTER’S MESSAGE 22ND DECEMBER 2019

What do you do when you’ve got nothing to do? With most of us off work, with all the shops closed, and our favourite T.V. series on hiatus, many of us will have time to spare over the Christmas period. So what do you do when you’ve got nothing to do? Netflix and chill? Wonder around aimlessly? Christmas is the […]

MINISTER’S MESSAGE 15TH DECEMBER 2019

DECEMBER 2019 In the busy lead up to Christmas it’s hard to fit in time for prayer, but God wants to hear from you. So why not pray the prayer below. Loving Father, help us remember the birth of Jesus; that we may share in the song of angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and […]

Minister’s Message 6th December 2019

Unbroken: An Olympian’s journey from Airman to Castaway to Captive. Looking for a good read? Well, look no further. I was gifted the above book for my birthday and wow, what a story! From a thieving troubled son youth to Olympic runner. A WW2 bombardier crash landing into the Pacific and drifting at sea more […]

Minister’s Message 24th November 2019

After sharing my sermon last Sunday I couldn’t help but wonder what would it be like to stand in front of someone who held the power to let me live, or sentence me to die. I pictured it in my head, and wondered when my life was on the line, how bold and how confident […]

Minister’s Message 17th November 2019

To the climate change deniers… ..and well everyone. I was reading this week that there are those who are blaming climate change for the fires in New South Wales and Queensland. Also that there are those who are blaming the greenies for preventing burnt offs. Reading both those articles I couldn’t help but think “is […]

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