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Acts 8-15: Salvation to the World
In term 3 2022 we’re going to be studying Acts 8-15 in our Bible Study groups . Please get in touch if you’d like to join a group. You can download the study booklets here. (The images in this PDF are deliberately provided in low resolution. Full resolution versions will be printed and available at church and in Bible study groups.) You may also find this graphic of the Gospel Progress in Acts useful to accompany these studies. Read more

Easter Services 2022
And when the centurion, who stood there in front of Jesus, saw how he died, he said, “Surely this man was the Son of God!” (Mark 15:39 NIV) Who is Jesus? The answer of the soldier who witnessed his death is that he is the Son of God. But what does this mean? Why would the Son of God allow himself to die? And what are we to make of the events on the first day of the next week? Read more

Flood Update | Changes to church on February 27 and March 6 |
Due to recent rainfall, the Bureau of Meteorology is expecting record flood levels to hit Gympie on the morning of Sunday, February 27. Due to flooding, we’ll be gathering online only on February 27. Those on our email list will receive a link to a Zoom meeting and we’ll also be live-streaming to our private Facebook Group. If you don’t receive our emails and would like to connect with us please get in touch . Read more

Acts 1-7: The Saving Word
In term 1 2022 we’re going to be studying Acts 1-7 in our Bible Study groups. Please get in touch if you’d like to join a group. You can download the study booklets here. You may also find this graphic of the Gospel Progress in Acts useful to accompany these studies. These studies accompany our sermons on Acts 1-7.

Sermon Series in 2022
Term 1 - The Saving Word (Acts 1-7) What is God’s plan? What is Jesus doing now? The story of Jesus doesn’t finish with his death or even his resurrection. As we open the book of Acts, we see how the ascended Christ continues to save people, pouring out his Spirit, as the word (or message) of his salvation is announced. Listen online here Term 2 - Proverbs and Minor Prophets In term 2 we plan to study Nahum, Habakkuk and explore God’s Wisdom in Proverbs. Read more

Christmas 2021 | Waiting for Christmas |
Christmas is a time of anticipation. For many of us, we can’t wait for Christmas morning: the joy presents and family brings. For others, we’re waiting with a bit more trepidation: for the disappoints and griefs around the day. At the time of Jesus’ birth, many people were waiting–waiting for God to make good on his promises. We’d love you to join us as we celebrate that the waiting of Christmas is over. Read more

1 Peter Bible Studies | Hope Away From Home |
In Term 3 2021 we’re studying the letter of 1 Peter in our Bible Studies and sermons at church . If you want to be part of a Bible study group, get in touch . You can download the study booklets here (PDF) . Copyright These Bible studies are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Micah Bible Studies | What Does God Require |
In Term 2 2021 we’re studying the Old Testament prophet Micah in our Bible Studies and sermons at church . If you want to be part of a Bible study group, get in touch . You can download the study booklets here (PDF) . Copyright These Bible studies, apart from pages 2-4, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Pages 2-4 copyright Visual Unit .

Easter Services 2021
“After he has suffered, he will see the light of life” Isaiah 53:11 (NIV) 800 years before the time of Jesus, a prophet spoke of someone who would suffer ‘for us’ and yet after he was crushed this one would again see ’the light of life’. We’d love you to join us this Easter as we explore Jesus’ death and resurrection and how it offers forgiveness and life for us. Read more

Christianity Explored - Term 1 2021 | What’s the best news you’ve ever heard? |
We’re excited to be running the Christianity Explored course in all our Bible Study Groups starting the first week of February 2021. Christianity Explored is a seven-week course which introduces us to the best news you’ve ever heard. You don’t need to have any prior Bible knowledge or religious experience. You can find out more and sign up on our Christianity Explored page