A summary of what’s happening this weekend

Coming up this weekend 24-25th July 2021

We would love you to join us for church this weekend!

This weekend, Jodie will be starting our new sermon series on the Gospel of Matthew.

Come along for Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by ‘Nightlife’ afterwards. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso.
We can’t wait to have you join us!

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services and online. If you are able to attend in person we would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com or facebook.com/JamberooAnglican to watch our livestream.

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086.

Coming up this weekend 10-11th July 2021

This weekend, Jodie will be speaking a special, one-off sermon on Psalm 91, where he will teach us what it means to find refuge and safety as we live with the Lord… especially at a time of international challenges and trials.

Join us for church this weekend in person and online!

We would love to have you along for Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086.

Here are the questions that Jodie plans to answer this weekend:

1 Is Hebrews telling us to meet in church services, or are growth groups enough?

2 Do angels speak to us today, and if so, how?

3 How did all the fullness of God live in Christ? (Colossians 1:19)?

4 Was God in human form when he was walking in the garden of Eden?

5 Is there a particular order to the letters of the New Testament?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 19-20th June 2021

This weekend Jodie will be preaching on 1 Kings 22, as he presents to us the final sermon in the series with the topic, ‘The Denial of Truth’. Like today, the temptation is to follow what’s easy, even if it’s not true. This chapter from the Bible reminds us that the truth really matters.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Jodie is looking forward to answering these questions this week:

1 Did God truly walk in the Garden of Eden?
2 Why don’t dinosaurs get mentioned in the Bible?
3 Why do Adam and Eve’s children sacrifice a lamb?
4 How did Judas die (compare Matthew 27 to Acts 1)?
5 Do we sin in our sleep?
6 What should you do if your friend wants to stop being a Christian?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.Paragraph

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 12-13th June 2021

This weekend Jodie will be preaching on 1 Kings chapters 20-21 as he considers, ‘The Failure of Politics’. Even with the greatest of intentions, we see that seeking to solve the world’s problems without Jesus will only end up in frustration… but there is hope!

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Jodie is looking forward to answering these questions from the last few weeks:

1 Is it okay to swear by the name of the Lord?
2 Should we ask for signs from God?
3 Did Elijah not sin because he survived meeting the Lord?
4 What is confirmation, and how and why should a person get confirmed?
5 In what sense are we Jesus’ adopted brothers and sisters?
6 What is the difference between trials and temptations, and what is God’s role in each?
7 Does God speak in other ways than by Bible teaching or reading?
8 How old is Jesus?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 5-6th June 2021

This weekend we will be studying chapter 18 of 1 Kings as Jodie McNeill preaches on, ‘The One and Only God‘.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer:

1 Since the Bible has spiritual wars, does this mean that war is OK?
2 If we trust in the Lord, do we have the ability to bring a dead person back to life?
3 Why was the widow-woman commended by God when she said his name in vain?
4 How much should we love our abuser if it means we risk further abuse?
5 Who did Cain think would kill him? Who else was alive at the time?
6 Would everyone have originally spoken the same language?
7 Is it wrong to pray to Jesus since he taught us to pray to Our Father in Heaven?
8 What are some practical ways to teach and show our children about God?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 29-30th May 2021

This weekend we will be studying chapter 17 of 1 Kings as Jodie McNeill preaches on the topic, ‘My God is so Big!‘.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

1 If God destroyed all of Jeroboam’s family, how was Nadab still alive?
2 How could God be happy for the children of the evil king to be killed?
3 If the people in Jeroboam’s time didn’t have a Bible, how did they know God’s word?
4 How does the conflict in the time of Kings relate to the present conflict in Israel?
5 When Christians have an evil king today, should they obey that authority?
6 Is it more sinful to kill someone or to order someone else to kill on your behalf?
7 How can a person forgive someone who has abused them?
8 Do we have to be reconciled to a continually divisive person (Titus 3:10)?
9 If a person doesn’t want kids, should they not get married?
10 How should we share the word of God with people who are transgender?

Coming up this weekend 22-23 May 2021

This weekend we will be studying chapter 15 and 16 of 1 Kings as Jodie McNeill preaches on the topic, ‘Promise and Power’.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer:

1 Were Jeroboam and Rehoboam as bad as each other?
2 Was God truly mad at the people who lived before Jeroboam?
3 Where does the Bible say that God the father was angry at Jesus his son at the cross?
4 What does the Bible say about addictions, and how can those enslaved be encouraged?
5 Was Jesus boasting when he said “there is no greater love than to die for your friends” (John 15)?
6 Is it wrong for a married couple to choose not to have children?
7 Are there any situations where we are not called to be reconciled with a brother?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 15-16 May 2021

This weekend we will be studying chapter 14 of 1 Kings as Jodie McNeill preaches on the topic, ‘The Darkness of Deception‘.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer:

1 What should we look for in mentors and those who disciple us?
2 Why did the man of God from Judah take a different route home?
3 Did Saul kill himself (1Sam 31:4b) or was he killed by an Amalekite (2Sam 1:6-10)?
4 Why is incense now associated with spirituality and witchcraft, not Christianity?
5 Does the Bible command us to obey bishops and ministers?
6 Is it better to pray bowing our heads or looking up with eyes closed?
7 During communion should we be happy, mournful, or a bit of both?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 8-9 May

This weekend we will be studying chapter 13 of 1 Kings as Jodie McNeill preaches on the topic, ‘The Word of the Lord‘.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you join us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer:

1 Why were kings anointed with oil?
2 If all tribes but Judah followed Jeroboam, why does Benjamin join with Judah in war?
3 Why do some Gospels say that both criminals crucified with Jesus mocked him, but Luke says that one criminal worshiped him?
4 What is the biggest challenge of being a minister?
5 Did God make people homosexual, and if so, why is it wrong?
6 Why do we bow our heads when we pray?
7 What is the purpose of the tiny arch on the south of the stage?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.

Coming up this weekend 1-2 May 2021

This weekend we continue our series on 1 Kings ‘Power and Hope’ as Jodie McNeill teaches us from chapter twelve.

Join us Saturday at 5pm and dinner afterwards, followed by our ‘Nightlife’ fun from 8pm. Or Sunday morning at 9am, followed by morning tea and hot espresso. We can’t wait to have you with us!

If you have any questions, simply fill out a response slip during the service, email us at office@jamberooanglican.com or send an SMS to 0439 890 086. Here are the questions Jodie plans to answer:

1 Does 2 Samuel 7:14 permit physical punishment in discipline?
2 How is it that the 12 tribes are divided into 10 and 1?
3 If God predestines people, then how can Christians fall away?
4 Do you think we’ll see Solomon in Heaven?

Our kids’ ministry programs run at both services. We would love to watch your children, from babies to Year 6, and have them join our leaders in a time of fun and learning. The livestream will continue on the TV in the hall so if you need to stay with your child, you won’t miss out on church.

If you can’t make it in person, head to watch.jamberooanglican.com to watch our livestream. To catch up on previous sermons, head to our Youtube channel youtube.jamberooanglican.com.