• Trusting God In Adversity – 5 (Growth)

    I remember watching a cicada struggle its way out of a shell when I was in pre-school. It seemed to take hours to make just a little bit of progress. The story is told of a man who tried to help a cicada in its struggle by opening the shell

  • The Power of Multiplication – The Power of Training

    A recent reflection from Paul Sampson – Recently Geneva was studying exponential powers in “Math” at the American school she attends.  As I endeavoured to help her with her homework I was reminded of the potential impact of training and discipling. If I train or disciple 10 pastors who then

  • Baptism & Confirmation

    On 19 June, 10 young men and women are being baptised and confirmed in our Evening Church (at the new time of 6pm).  “Baptism” is the sign of the new life God gives us when we turn to Christ. “Confirmation” is when those baptised as babies confirm for themselves the

  • A Drama According to Mark

    When Neil first approached me to produce a drama based on Mark’s gospel, my initial reaction was, without hesitation, ‘YES!’  When I looked into The Mark Drama further, my excitement only increased. For those who didn’t see it, The Mark Drama is the re-telling of the life of Jesus as

  • Trusting God in Adversity – 4 (God’s Love)

    11 ½ years ago my son, Alex was seriously sick in hospital. He had trisomy 21 and was born 12 weeks premature. A bank of computerized medical equipment monitored his little body. On the third day he suffered a serious brain haemorrhage leaving him with cerebral palsy. On the fifth

  • Moore College Team

    From Saturday 14th May through to Sunday 22nd May, a team of 21 students and 2 pastoral care leaders from Moore College will  join us for Christianity Explored week.  They range in age and also year level at college.  A week of ‘residential mission’ each year is a valuable opportunity

  • Jesus Club – New Team Leader

    Jesus is for all people. ‘Jesus Club’ is run by a dedicated team who share Jesus with adults with intellectual disabilities. Every second Thursday night the Jesus Club meets as a Christian fellowship – with a Bible talk, ‘buddy groups’, singing, craft, supper and lots of fun. You can see

  • Introducing Danica Xie!

    So Danica, what does a typical week look like for you? I am a 2nd year med student at UNSW, and work part time as a medical receptionist and tutor. I enjoy going for long runs and am known to be chronically late to class, appointments, group meetings and events.

  • The Sholl’s in Latin America – What is MOCLAM and why does it matter?

    Pete & Sarah Sholl and their daughters Karina, Lucy and Miriam are working as missionaries with CMS in Monterrey, Mexico. The family are involved in many different ministries. However Pete’s primary responsibility is director of MOCLAM. What is MOCLAM? MOCLAM provides bible college correspondence courses for Spanish speakers throughout the

  • Under God, Undergoing Change

    At Evening Church we are undergoing change. We in fact are always undergoing change. As God’s Word and the Holy Spirit work in us we are being changed to look more and more like Jesus. We are at all times ‘works in progress’. We are always undergoing change. That’s what