Entries by Jacob Mierendorff

Church news for the week beginning 4th December 2021

OUR SERMON This weekend we will be looking at Matthew Chapter 18 as Jodie McNeill preaches to us from God’s word on the topic ‘Humility and Forgiveness’. CHURCHILL CAROLS Join us on Christmas Eve, Friday 24th December on our church lawn for Churchill Carols. Gates open at 5pm for a free sausage sizzle, soft drink and icy pole. Our […]

Healthy Conflict

It might be a bit strange to think that conflict could be good, but healthy relationships will include good conflict, whether it’s two people in a marriage, a team of people, or even an entire church or larger organisation. The reason is that conflict is simply any disagreement between two people or parties, which, when […]

Coming up this weekend 4th – 5th December 2021

This weekend we continue our Matthew series as Jodie speaks to us from chapter 18 on the topic ‘Humility and Forgiveness’. After our 5pm Saturday service we’ll be having dinner, and after our 9am Sunday service we’ll be enjoying brunch together. As long as you are feeling well and are not awaiting the results of […]

Coming up this weekend 27th – 28th November 2021

This weekend we continue our Matthew series as Jodie speaks to us from chapter 17 on the topic ‘Mountains and Mustard Seeds’. After our 5pm Saturday service we’ll be having dinner, and after our 9am Sunday service we’ll be enjoying brunch together. As long as you are feeling well and are not awaiting the results […]

Church news for the week beginning 20th November 2021

OUR SERMON This weekend we will be looking at Matthew Chapter 16 as Jodie McNeill preaches to us from God’s word on the topic ‘Building the Church’. MISSION OF THE MONTH Our mission of the month for November is CMS. SUNDAY BRUNCH We’re ready to take our Sunday mornings to the next level by running […]

Life is Fragile

On Wednesday I met ‘Marie’, a six-year old mannequin who had ‘jumped’ into the river near Jerrara Dam to escape a pretend bushfire. It was part of an Illawarra Shoalhaven Health training exercise, which included NSW Ambulance staff as well as our local, Jamberoo Rural Fire Brigade, of which I was a part. As part […]