Rising from the ashes

This Easter Day, the highlight of the Christian calendar, we remember that God worked in ways that far exceed our imagination to bring about restoration of a different kind. It is worth celebrating.

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Raj Gupta
The Paradox of Good Friday

Earlier this week, many were rocked with news of the flames at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The readily available footage of the collapse of the spire is something that has only been possible in recent times.

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Raj Gupta
Good news in African?

Next Sunday is Easter! The following Sunday (28th April) we’ll be hearing the good news in African! It will still be spoken in English, but presented from a different cultural perspective.

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Raj Gupta
The best news in the world

I wanted to take a moment to thank all those who participated in 24 hours of prayer in the week just gone, and particularly to Jon Flood who co-ordinated it. It was such a delight to see so many people coming and going through all hours, to set aside time to pray.

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Raj Gupta
Loving each other deeply

Our Vision is to be an ever-growing diverse church family.  The grace of Jesus unites and transforms us so we can worship God wholeheartedly, love each other deeply and serve our community boldly.

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Jon Flood
The Christchurch Tragedy

Friday, 15th March 2019 will long be remembered around the world, and particularly in New Zealand. Timed to be during an Islamic time of prayer, people at a mosque were attacked by a gunman.

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Raj Gupta
ToonieKids Crew

If you came to church most Friday afternoons you’d see over 30 primary school aged children running around, doing craft, playing games, discussing the bible and having fun!

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Murray Colville
Safe Ministry at TAC

Many would be aware of recent news revealing abuse and misconduct that has happened in many institutions, including churches, over many generations.  It is distressing to hear and hard to process. Abuse is extremely harmful to those who have suffered and continues to affect many lives.

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Jon Flood
The Journey Away from Jesus

When I turned 18 and finished high school, I left my home, my home town, my family, my church and my friends to join the Air Force. I reflect back on that moment as the time when I began deliberately rejecting Jesus.

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Ben Allen
Growth

Look how much you’ve grown! It can be really hard to see change and growth as it happens. It’s not till you see old friends or look back at old photos that you realise how much the kids have grown or how you have changed over the years.

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Murray Colville
An Unbelievable Life

Welcome to church today. Over the summer, some have been away. Others have caught up with family. Some have holidayed at home. Others have had to work throughout. Others have been contemplating their future.

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Raj Gupta
Australia Day

It’s down at the Circular Quay end of Castlereagh street – on the corner of Bligh and Hunter Streets. In a little square, there’s a monument – passed by and unread by hundreds of people every day.

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Raj Gupta
Planning for 2019

At this church, we want to be Ordinary People Encountering the Extraordinary God. Certainly, this applies to our own ongoing growth in the Gospel of Jesus. And, in addition, it applies to our place in helping others experience the wonders of the Gospel.

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Raj Gupta