As of July 19, 2020, Gympie Presbyterian Church is regathering at One Mile State School. (This page has been updated to reflect ‘Stage 4-Version 5’ restrictions, commencing October 16 2020) We will operate according to the approved COVID Safe Plan for ‘places of worship’. This plan enables us to meet together in Bible study groups and as church on Sundays. This post gives a brief explanation of the procedures we have in place as we gather on Sundays at One Mile State School. Read more
In response to the spread of the Coronavirus, our church will not be holding phyiscal Sunday services until further notice. However, we will be using live streaming and online meeting technologies to conintue to grow in knowing God, loving one another, and reaching our region. If due to CORVID-19 you’re unable to attend a church gathering, you can listen to our library of past sermons. If you’re local to the Gympie region please contact us so we can help you get connected with our church. Read more
Want to find out a bit more about our church family? Our church profile was featured in the September 2019 issue of the PresLife Magazine. Download and read the full edition here. You’ll find us on page 6.
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.
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
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
On Easter Saturday the Gympie Times featured some local ministers in their What I’m Reading and Listening To section. They were kind enough to interview our minister and you can read his contribution by clicking on the image below. The book he references The Final Days of Jesus can be bought from good bookstores or on Kindle.
On January 30 2016 the Presbytery of Wide-Bay/Sunshine Coast commissioned Rev. Daniel Saunders to minister with Gympie Presbyterian Church. Our church was encouraged to have a number of members of Presbytery and members of Kenmore Presbyterian Church (where Daniel had previously ministered) joining with us to pray, encourage, and support our church and new minister. Rev. Saunders being interviewed by Rev. Wal Brown (Bundaberg Presbyterian Church) Elder Daryl Brenton praying for Rev. Read more