*PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO RENOVATIONS BEING CARRIED OUT ON THE ST JOHN AMBULANCE HALL WHERE WE MEET, SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES ARE BEING HELD ONLINE VIA GOOGLE MEET & IN HOMES.
BIBLE STUDIES ARE ALSO HELD ONLINE VIA GOOGLE MEET.
When: Sundays from 11.00am to about 12.20pm (notice will be given on this page of any exceptions such as our camp weekend)
Where: St John Ambulance Hall 16 Douglas St Taree
A memorial is a way of reminding yourself of a person or event. At our memorial service each Sunday we gather together to celebrate all that God has accomplished through Jesus – in his life, death & resurrection. It is a time when we worship God, pray, sing songs and hymns, read from the Bible and consider a message to encourage us to focus our minds on the sacrifice made by Jesus and what it means to us individually and communally.
The Sunday service is a focal point for us as it was for believers in the first century when they met together to break bread. (Acts 20:7)
At this service baptised believers eat a small portion of bread and drink a small amount of wine. At the last supper Jesus had with his disciples he ate bread and drank wine and asked his followers to do this regularly to remember him until he returns in glory.
When: 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month at 7.30 pm
Where: Via Google Meet
Our evening Bible study is a time when we come together to study the Bible in some depth. It may take various forms. For example:
- Bible reading and discussion
- A researched talk followed by discussion e.g. Bible book or character study
- A Bible based book reading with discussion
- A talk from a CD or DVD
Other activities 2024
- Bible study weekend 2-3 March
- Fellowship Camp 14-17 May @ Myall Shores
- Newcastle Conference 6-13 July
- We recognise that all our planned activities are subject to the will of our Heavenly Father.
For further information phone
Andrew 0422 767 408
Ross 6559 3869 / 0407 288 118