This weekend we’d love you to be with us as we look at God’s word to find out how it is that he’s building his church. We might have all sorts of weird and wonderful ideas about how to grow things, but we’re crazy not to listen to God and ‘go with the grain’ of building his church, using the tools he’s given us.
At 5pm on Saturday we’ve got a kids’ program, so it’s ideal for families with younger kids. Then, after we all have dinner together, our youth group meets from around 7.30 till 9.30pm.
On Sunday at 9am our church is a little more traditional, but still fresh and modern. Both services will have Lord’s Supper this weekend.
We’re going to also have our weekly Question and Answer time, where our minister Jodie will answer your questions from last week, which were:
So, be sure to come along and join us for church. Whether you’re a regular, or if you’ve never set foot in a religious building, then our church is the place for you!
We’d really love you to join us this weekend at Jamberoo Anglican Church, because we’ve got lots to share and learn, together. Come along at 5pm Saturday or 9am Sunday.
Our minister, Jodie, will be speaking to us on the topic, ‘Why is God Building the Church?”. It might seem really obvious to you, but we reckon you’re likely to be surprised by the answer. We’ll be looking at a bunch of different Bible passages, but focusing on Ephesians chapter 3.
We’re also going to be commissioning our SRE (Special Religious Education) scripture teachers with the special assistance of Paul Green MLC, from the NSW Legislative Council. Paul will be present with us at 5pm Saturday, and we’ll do a video replay of his segment during the 9am Sunday service.
As well, we’ll be hearing answers to these two questions that were asked by our church members last week:
1. Shouldn’t we think of Serve Teams as ‘fellowships’ rather than ‘churches’?
2. Because the original word for church is ‘ecclesia’, does that mean that the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes is about the church?
Please join us for church this weekend. There’s really nothing more important and significant that getting together with people who know Jesus.