Today the Global Anglican Futures CONference (GAFCON) starts in Jerusalem. It is my privilege to be participating, together with about 1,700 people from over 50 countries around the world. Philip Gerber from 8am is also participating.Read More
As a result of Scripture classes in our local primary schools, hundreds of children in our local area get to hear about Jesus each week. Many of these children would not hear about Jesus anywhere else – what a wonderful opportunity school Scripture is!Read More
I don’t doubt that my mind is playing tricks on me. Do you know what that feels like? I was running through the bush, in Glenbrook National Park, after dark. I wasn’t running from anything; or at least, I wasn’t meant to be.Read More
By the time you’re reading this bulletin, you’ll know how Liverpool FC fared in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. Regardless of the outcome it will be hard to top 2005, when Liverpool produced one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history.Read More
A number of years ago there was a particular special guest event, and someone said to me: “I wouldn’t invite people to that. It’s not my cup of tea and I’m sure it’s not my friends’ cup of tea.”Read More
"Don't you hate how commercialised Mother's Day has become?"
Have you ever heard someone say this?
Our Mission Week is now just 3 weeks away. In a world with so many competing ideas, so many today are searching for the truth. So, we have developed Mission Week around the theme “Tell Me the Truth”.Read More
We are blessed to live in a time and place where war is something most of us only stop to seriously think about twice a year. 100 years ago that was not the case, when nearly ten per cent of Australia’s entire population enlisted to fight in World War I.
How would you complete the statement,
Welcome to church on this Easter day! Whether you’re visiting or regular, spiritually seeking or angry with God, a Christian or not sure, I trust that you feel comfortable.Read More
I love Easter. Whilst many enjoy the hustle and bustle of Christmas, I personally prefer the quieter period of Easter (perhaps the fact that I have not been to the Show in recent years has coloured my perception!). But I think there is more going on than just this personal experience.Read More
I just want to take the opportunity to thank the team that has helped pull together the ministry centre backyard project.Read More
Thanks to the internet we have limitless choice for entertainment, countless ways to socialise, and constant competition for attention. So why is it that every Friday night, about 25 teenagers and a dozen adults come to this church for youth group?Read More
It was a delight for us as a church to have 24 hours of prayer. God is in control of all things, and it is such a privilege to be able to pray. When I went, it was such a joy to see so many coming and going to pray.Read More
Herding cats, playing Tetris and launching a rocket into orbit. Each of these formed a significant part of my February.Read More
The modern world has many advantages. However, one of the drawbacks seems to be a decline in activities such as prayer.Read More
Here are the results from the AGM elections on 25th February, 2018.Read More
Last weekend the Toongabbie Anglican Primary SRE team joined around 900 other teachers from Sydney and beyond at the annual conferenceRead More
Last week was a special week at TAC. It was so encouraging to commission Rachael Stabback and Leesa Vesey as they join us as MTS apprentices.Read More
Summer has provided many with a great opportunity to take a break, and enjoy the world that God has created. Rest is a good thing – it helps us long toward a new and perfect world of eternal rest.Read More