Easter Services 2024
We’d love you to join us this Easter as we explore the great exchange and living hope Jesus brings. Good Friday: 8:30 am || Resurrection Sunday: 9:30 am In the One Mile State School Hall, Gympie

Easter Services 2023
Christians often talk about Jesus being King. In a world where power is often associated with domination and control, Jesus shows us a different way of being king. He came not to be served but to serve, giving his life to rescue and restore. We’d love you to join us this Easter as we explore Jesus’ crowning and rising to life again. Good Friday: 8:30 am || Resurrection Sunday: 9:30 am Read more

Risen | Mark 16 |
As light dawns on the third day, the future breaks into the present with fear and alarm, but because Jesus is alive we need not be afraid. Outline Light dawns (vv1-3) An alarming sight! (vv4-7) Trembling and Afraid (v8) This sermon covers Mark 16:1-8. In the message there is a brief mention of the question of the ending of Mark. This is a short introduction to the questions around Mark’s ending

God Forsaken | Mark 15:33-47 |
Where do we find God? In this Good Friday message, we hear how in the darkness and God-forsakenness of the Cross, we meet the one who is the Son of God. Outline Darkness Cry Curtain Confession

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

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

Easter Services 2019
What are you searching for? Last year ‘What is Good Friday good?’ was one of the most searched questions on Google. Join us this Easter as we hear Jesus’ answer to what we are searching for. Good Friday: 8:30 am || Easter Sunday: 9:30 am 11 Crown Road, Gympie During the Good Friday service, we’ll take up a collection for the PresAID Easter Appeal . This year, funds from the appeal will go towards building an amenities block in Zambia and a clean water supply for a prison in Malawi. Read more

The Foolish Cross | 1 Corinthians 1:18-2:5 |
In the lead-up to Easter, we’re reflecting on the foolish cross and the empty tomb from 1 Corinthians 1 and 15. Talk Outline The cross is foolish and weak? (1:18-25) The church is foolish and weak? (1:26-31) So stick with the foolish and weak message (2:1-5) Knowing Christ Crucified

Tragedy or Comedy | John 20 |
A tragic morning that turns to joy So we can find life Romans 8:11 Is your life a tragedy or a comedy

Easter Services 2018
Jesus said he came that people might have ’life, and have it to the full’ (John 10:10). He said he came to give eternal life (John 3:16), that he gives living water (John 4:10) and is the bread of life (John 6:35). Despite these claims, his own life was tragically cut short, executed through a conspiracy of religious leaders and a failure of political justice. Yet, it is through this darkness Jesus offers life. Read more