Celebrating The Mums

Mothers Day As we approach Mothers Day, meet Shell Varcoe, who has been part of church for 4 years. Her little boy’s name is George and she’s married to Matt. We asked Shell a few questions about her personal experience of being a mum. If you are mother, you are especially invited to Mothers Day […]

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Environmentally Conscious Faith

Meet Paul and Soph, two members of church, who have been thinking deeply about how faith affects our approach to the environment. We got married in December 2016, and moved into a tiny space which meant we had to drastically reduce our possessions to fit in. At the time, neither of us had given much […]

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Easter Is Laughable

To the modern mind, Easter is laughable. At Christmas time, Christians claim that Jesus came through a virgin’s womb. Equally as laughable is the Easter claim – Jesus was medically dead and then returned to life. It’s laughable because it’s unscientific – we simply cannot repeat or observe this phenomenon. Further than that, it’s naive […]

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What Are 3D Affections?

Charles is our band leader (pictured with wife Ash and daughter Poppy and +1 child on the way). We asked him a few questions about music at church. Q: What if I’m not a ‘singing’ kind of person? A: It may surprise you to know that outside God’s gathered people, I’m possibly the least sing-y […]

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4 Approaches to Meaning in Life: Which is Yours?

“You have your meaning, and I have mine.” “I’m glad that your faith gives you meaning, but that’s not my meaning.” “You are free to make your meaning and I’m free to make mine.” Have you come across these thoughts before, when trying to discuss Jesus with your friends? How do you respond?   The […]

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5 Things To Do If You’re Lonely

Despite being surrounded we still feel alone. Despite Skype we are still distanced from family. The phones in our pocket allow us to call anyone we want, but it doesn’t feel appropriate to actually press the green button. Every advertisement wants our ear but no one wants to speak with us. We have 1000 friends […]

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True Devotion. October and November

  Australian Christianity A lot of Australian Christianity is comfortable, middle class, ‘don’t impact my life’ kind of stuff. Now there’s nothing wrong with being middle class, but it’s certainly fertile ground for half-hearted faith. The thing is, half-hearted faith isn’t biblical faith. Jesus called his followers to deny themselves, take up their crosses daily, […]

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