Term 1 - The Way Home (Part 5) Continuing our series in Luke in 2019 we will see Jesus, God’s promised King, as he enters Jerusalem. As Jesus’ conflict with the religious and political powers comes to a dramatic head, we see God’s King crucified in shame and rise in glory in fulfilment of the Scriptures. In this series we’ll be continuing our partnerships through Church2Church as we finish off our journey home with Jesus as recorded in Luke’s Gospel. Read more
In 2019, we’re going to growing in Knowing God as we study His word together. In the first three terms this year, we’re excited to be partnering with churches around Australia in our teaching and preaching through Church2Church. Term 1 - The Way Home (Part 3) As we pick up the story of Luke’s Gospel in chapters 10-14, we will see Jesus journeying to Jerusalem. The cross is looming larger. And Jesus’ call to discipleship is growing louder. Read more
God’s salvation in Jesus is amazing. In the opening chapters of Romans, we read ‘all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified freely by his grace’. This message is good news—free salvation, undeserved forgiveness, gracious righteousness. But what difference does it make? In term 4 2017, at both Church and Bible studies, we’re continuing our series in Romans, seeing what it means to know and to live in God’s mercy. Read more
What do you do when things go from bad to worse? Where do you turn when you see a spotlight shone on the ugliness and evil in the world? This term at Gympie Presbyterian we’re hearing from the Old Testament book of Judges. It a book of graphic and sometimes barbaric events which show our desperate need, the reason we cry out for a Saviour. Join us, 9:30 am Sundays as we hear from this brutally honest part of God’s Word, and look to our only hope, the Saviour Jesus. Read more
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
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