Let the word of Christ dwell richly among you, in all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another through psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts. (Colossians 3:16) Join us for an afternoon of sharing in song and fellowship. June 4, 2 pm at 11 Crown Road, Gympie. Please bring a plate to share.
For the final few weeks of term 2, we’ll be having a short sermon series in 2 Thessalonians. 2 Thessalonians is a very short New Testament letter—only three chapters. It’s written to believers who are being persecuted and are anxious about the future. It’s written to encourage them (and us!) to hold firm to Jesus through these times. It starts 9:30 am, June 4, at Gympie Presbyterian Church.
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places (Ephesians 1:3) How does something that happened to Jesus 2000 years ago impact us? This term at Gympie Presbyterian we’re going to dive deep into how Jesus death and resurrection benefits us and means we can enjoy a relationship of love and fellowship with the God who made us. Read more
This term we’ve been following Jesus on his way to the cross as recorded in Luke’s biography of Jesus. In this final week the King came to his capital, the Son of God came to his temple, but he faced rejection and betrayal. Join us this Easter weekend as we reflect on the dramatic conclusion to this week and the astounding new beginning of the next. 8:30am Good Friday, 9:30am Easter Sunday, 11 Crown Road, Gympie. Read more
School’s back, Australia day’s over and so things are kicking off again for 2017. On Sunday (January 29) our Sunday morning children’s teaching program will start. This term the children will be learning from John’s gospel. Sunday School starts part way through the service—so our church family spends time hearing from God’s word and praying together first, before the children head down to the hall for their own teaching. Bible studies are also restarting after what feels like a very long summer break. Read more
At Christmas there’s lots to celebrate: family, holidays, food, summer, presents. On the first Christmas there was the greatest reason to celebrate. The birth of ‘a saviour, who is Christ the Lord.’ This new born child caused angels to sing and kings to tremble. This Christmas we invite you to join us to celebrate the saviour, Jesus. Carols: December 9, 6:30pm Christmas Morning: December 25, 8:30am 11 Crown Road, Gympie Read more
Waiting for the birth of a child is a time full emotions—joy, worry, hope, concern. It’s a time of great expectation for what the future may hold. In the weeks leading into Christmas 2016, join us at Gympie Presbyterian as we wait in wonder for the birth of the one whose birth was announced by angels “He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High. Read more
We’ve now got a page on Facebook. Head over there and give us a like—it’s a great way to keep up to date with things happening around our church.
A big thanks to everyone who supported our Trash ‘n’ Treasure sale on June 11. We had a great day, cooking up sausages and selling loads of ‘stuff’—collectables, bric-a-brac, clothing, plants, relishes…even a piano! The total amount raised during the sale was around $800, and as church we ‘rounded up’ the total to $1000. So we’ve been able to donate $500 each to Care Outreach and Community Action Gympie. In addition, we had loads of leftover items which have been donated to Little Haven, so they can sell the items and raise funds for their services in palliative care and cancer support services. Read more
Gympie Presbyterian Church is holding a Trash ‘n’ Treasure sale on 11 June, 7am-1pm at 11 Crown Road, Gympie. There’ll be loads of bargains: household goods, clothing, bric-a-brac, handmade crafts, plants, and delicious food—who knows what you’ll find. During the day there’ll be a sausage sizzle for only $2. All proceeds will go to support people in need through the work of Care Outreach and Community Action. Care Outreach works to care for the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of people in rural and remote Australia. Read more