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

Christmas 2017
There were many strange things around the time of Jesus’ birth—angelic appearances, shepherds announcing new kings, visitors from distant lands, and a maiden who became a mum. These strange things were all pointing to one momentous event—the baby in the manager who is ‘God with Us,’ the promised saviour and king—it’s strange but true. Please join us this Christmas as we reflect on strange Christmas things and celebrate the coming of Jesus. Read more

Listen to ‘Jesus’ Crucifixion: One Among Many?’
In partnership with Gympie Baptist , we recently hosted a team of students from Queensland Theological College for a week of mission and ministry training. As part of the week one of the QTC lecturers, Dr Wes Regen, spoke on the nature and purpose of crucifixion in the Roman Empire. During the lecture, he explained why, out of the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people crucified under Rome, is Jesus’ crucifixion considered significant by Christians 2000 years later. Read more

Gympie Times article about our upcoming event
Big thanks to the Gympie Times for this article about our upcoming event, ‘ Jesus’ Crucifixion: One Among Many? ’. It’s looking to be a stimulating and enjoyable night. If you’re thinking of coming along, you can RSVP via Facebook .

Jesus’ Crucifixion: One Among Many (Free Public Lecture)
During the time of the Ancient Roman Empire, ten’s, if not hundred’s of thousands of people were executed by crucifixion. It was a painfully cruel method of execution reserved for the lowest of the low—slaves, pirates, and enemies of the state. However, out of all those crucified by Rome, there is one whose name is remembered and whose death is celebrated around the world—Jesus of Nazareth. What makes Jesus’ crucifixion different? Read more

Sing to Him - June 4 2017
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.

Easter Services 2017
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

Christmas 2016
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

Trash ’n’ Treasure
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

Easter Services 2016
Good Friday and Easter Sunday are at the focus of what Jesus came to do, and the centre of Christianity. One of the earliest summaries of the Christian message is “Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures, and that he appeared" (1 Corinthians 15:3–5) Join us this Easter to listen and reflect on the death and resurrection of Jesus as recorded in Luke’s gospel. Read more