There is hope

The headline didn’t shout. It didn’t need to. This wasn’t a slow news day. It read, ‘In one week 10% of Australia’s workforce have lost their jobs’. In India, a nation of 1.3 billion people were given four hours notice to lock down inside their homes for 21 days. People found outside afterwards were subsequentlyContinue reading “There is hope”

Until Jesus comes again

We believe that the most important event in the world’s history is the death of Jesus Christ. At the Lord’s supper we remember why Christ did what He did. In 1 Corinthians Paul describes what happened at the last supper where Jesus told His disciples to eat the bead and drink from the cup inContinue reading “Until Jesus comes again”

Jesus gives life to the full

There are so many wonderful things in life. The joy of love, family, satisfaction in hard work, the thrill of the race, or the game, admiring the astonishing beauty of nature, the prospect of a new adventure. It is truly a remarkable world. Yet in all of these things, there’s always a blemish. And the blemish liesContinue reading “Jesus gives life to the full”

Take a closer look at Easter

If we took a closer look at Easter, what would we find – a chocolate fantasy or important history? In the 8th Century, the English monk, Bede, spoke of how the name of the pagan goddess ‘Eostre’ was used for the ‘Easter month’. Bede’s words have long been seen as proof that Christians simply replacedContinue reading “Take a closer look at Easter”

When death was arrested

At Easter we celebrate what Jesus did for us. Jesus came to die, He defeated death and rose again to set us free from sin. He conquered death for anyone who puts their faith and hope in Him. The Bible says, “and only by dying could He (Jesus) break the power of the devil, whoContinue reading “When death was arrested”

Proclaiming the Lord’s death until He comes back

“For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes” – 1 Corinthians 11:26 You may wonder why the eating of the bread and the drinking from the cup are important part of our Sunday service?  We do this every week as the first Christians did becauseContinue reading “Proclaiming the Lord’s death until He comes back”