Our regular groups resume in term 1: Playtime resumes Friday 1st February, 10:00am Friendship Group resumes Tuesday 5th February, 10:30am. Regular Sunday School resumes Sunday 3rd February(*). (*) NB: Our holiday Kids Care is aimed at giving the kids an understanding of salvation, how they themselves can be saved, and how to explain this to friends and family.
Our guest preacher Rev. Geoff Case will be speaking from Ecclesiastes. On the 13th, Geoff will address the common exclamation “I don’t have time” from the famous passage Ecclesiastes 3:1-15. On the 20th, Geoff will speak to the observation that “Life is Unfair!” from Ecclesiastes 3:16–4:3. NB: On the 27th, our guest preacher will be David Jackson.
Come along as East Hills Baptist presents The Greatest Journey, an interactive musical journey through the Christmas Story. Join us at 3pm, for a 3:30pm start on the 8th and 9th December, 2018. We will go on a voyage of discovery A musical journey through the Christmas story, Various Christmas carol classics, and Colin Buchanan festive season favourites We will find the REAL meaning of Christmas. Entry is free to the show and complimentary light meal in the hall afterwards.
Sunday July 29th 6:00 PM Come and join the road to freedom. Doug Macfarlane is one of Australia’s most travelled and enduring Gospel Artists and Christian communicators. Macfarlane will be visiting our church for our 6pm service on Sunday, July 29th 2018. You are most welcome to join us and to bring your friends. There’ll be singing led by our band and personal stories followed by Doug with a simple message of hope.
Come and join us as we remember and celebrate Jesus’ death and resurrection. Service Times: 9:30am NB: Sunday School is available for your kids after Easter Sunday’s Kid’s Talk as follows: Ages 2 to 4 (Discovery Time) Kindy to Year 2 (Infants) Years 3 to 6 (Primary) Free Screening of Risen, 3pm Sunday Come and join us at 3pm Sunday for afternoon tea. We’ll also watch ‘RISEN’ from 3:30.
Have you ever wondered, “Why do we call it Good Friday?” It seems ironic that we would celebrate as Good a day that was full of distress, agony and deliberate injustice; a day that resulted in the painful execution and death of a man who had done so much good and in whom so many had pinned all their hopes on! A harrowing account That irony is well captured by Luke in the harrowing account of Jesus’ crucifixion: