• Martin’s story

    Martin Homola grew up believing in God. He went to a church school. “I ticked the box,” he says. “I did good things.” But how knowing God changes one’s life, Martin wasn’t sure. Amy, now his wife, challenged him to explore what it means to know Jesus. However for Martin,

  • In Another World – Part II

    I recently saw the latest Pixar movie “The Incredibles 2” in which the villain hypnotises people and controls their minds through video screens. It was no surprise that the villain’s chosen name was Screenslaver. The team at Pixar is very good at connecting with the real world as they explore

  • MOCLAM

    With two of our link missionary families (the Sholl’s and the Overhall’s) involved, our church is actively supporting MOCLAM. So what is it? From the MOCLAM website: “The goal of MOCLAM is to make accessible yet high quality theological education available to Spanish speakers throughout Ibero-America. We offer an undergraduate program

  • Enjoying God

    For many people the Trinity is a conundrum. How can the one God be three? How can Father, Son and Holy Spirit be distinct persons, but each fully God? Instead of being a delight, the trinity is seen as a logical problem. It is seen as something best left for

  • Gong Men’s Day

    The Gong Men’s Day is known for its food. Physically, this involves coffee, donuts and a sit-down roast lunch (even with dessert). But it is the spiritual food that nourishes our faith in Jesus that makes it a great day for the men of our church. In the midst of

  • In Another World – Part I

    I’ve read quite a few books with multiple worlds and characters that have identities in each of the different worlds. At certain times and places it’s possible for a character to cross over from one world to another. Sometimes movie franchises do a similar thing with the interconnection of worlds

  • The Sholls are coming

    Pete & Sarah Sholl and their daughters Karina, Lucy and Miriam are working with CMS in Monterrey, Mexico. Their primary ministry is running MOCLAM, an organisation that provides correspondence and intensive bible courses throughout Latin America. They are also active members of their local church. They have been serving as

  • Update – June 2018

    In April this year we committed to proceed with our Building for Ministry project. We want to provide for the ministry of the gospel in and through our church for decades to come. Here is an update on our progress.

  • How to Give

    We have a separate dedicated bank account for our Building for Ministry Fund. Whether or not you made a pledge in 2017, you can give to the building for ministry fund in these ways:

  • Jesus Club is a two-way street

    For Alex Tindale, coordinating Jesus Club is a privilege. “It’s not a one way street,” he says. “It doesn’t feel like we’re there doing ministry. It feels like we’re meeting as a church.” Alex says after Jesus Club – a fortnightly meeting for those with an intellectual disability – he