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Pastor’s Letter – May 26

G’day Church, Friends, we have a great celebration ahead of us this Sunday! We have the great joy of baptising three of the children of our church family. Baptism, whether of an infant or a believing adult, is a wonderful representation of the gospel. In baptism, we are reminded that we all need Jesus’ death in our place to wash away the stain of our sin. We are…

Pastor’s Letter – April 14

Hello church, This Sunday the 14th we’ll have a great time being encouraged with the wonderful news of the God of justice who comes to us in loving mercy. It really is good and true and I hope it grows our confidence to engage with some of the great questions that our friends and neighbours might have about Jesus. And then after church there’s an opportunity…

Sermon Outline – April 14

Good and True: Justice Luke 23:32-43 | Simon Marshman God’s justice and a world crying out for it Is it good justice for Jesus to take our place? Is it true justice for sinners to walk free? God’s justice and our mercy. Book recommendations for this week: Confronting Christianity by Rebecca McLaughlin Reason for God by Timothy Keller Forgive by Timothy Keller…

Pastor’s Letter – April 7

Hello church, Praise God for a great Easter weekend together! It was so encouraging to have a number of visitors joining with a pretty full house of our church family to celebrate Jesus’ death and resurrection. Just a few brief things to let you know about this week: – Next weekend is Summit Camp for our youth, combined with youth from across the Trinity…

Sermon Outline – April 7th

Good and True: Love John 17:20-26 | Simon Marshman Good questions in a post-truth world Jesus’ prayer that takes us to his heart of love that we would reflect God’s love that we would see God’s love that we would be included in God’s love   The impact of God’s good and true love – 1 John 4:10-11, 19 1 John 3:1-2 Book…

Sermon Outline – March 10th

Keep Watch for Jesus MARK 13 | matt Winter 1. What is Jesus talking about? Jesus is primarily speaking about the time between his ascension (Approx. AD33), and AD70, especially the build-up to AD70 when Jerusalem and the temple would be destroyed. Five Reasons: 1. The context 2. The question 3. The events line up with Acts 4. The specifics 5. “This generation will…

Pastor’s Letter – December 31

G’day church, This Sunday we return to our usual time of 10:00am as we jump back into Mark’s gospel at the end of chapter 8. This will be a great lead into the New Year, because Jesus asks us the perfect question to set the agenda for the coming year: “What about you? Who do you say I am?” As we’ll see over the coming weeks, Jesus shows us what it means to know him and…

Sermon Outline – November 19

God’s Empowering Presence Romans 8:1-17 | Simon Marshman v1. The wonderful summary: no condemnation. v2-4. The objective assurance: Christ for us. v5-13. The subjective assurance: Christ in us. v14-17. The wonderful privilege: God our Father.   Next Week Romans 8:17-30 | Simon Marshman