Monday, 27 February 2017

This Saturday is our CAR WASH AND MARKET DAY
We are fundraising for a PNG mission trip, and our Playtime children's ministry. 
Everyone is welcome, so please share this message and join us on the day!
If you are in grades 5-12, you should join Connected Youth! This Friday- Slip and Slide!

Monday, 20 February 2017

This Friday is our RECORD BREAKING night! 
Come smash some unusual records- such as texting with your toes!

Friday, 17 February 2017

Join us on Saturday the 4th of March to have your car cleaned while enjoying a cuppa, some lunch or shopping! It will enable us to support missionaries engaging in bible translation in Papua New Guinea, and provide valuable children's ministries to our local community.
We're at 33/35 Main Road Cardiff Heights, so please come along!
Ministry: Youth Leader
Q: Why do you value this ministry?

A: I have been in youth ministry for about 7 years now. What I have valued most in this time is the building of relationships. It is a honor when the youth trust you enough to come to you for advice with problems they are having at school, at home and with friends.
- Roslyn K.

Monday, 13 February 2017

This Friday, let's tackle stress.
1 Peter 5:7 'Cast your anxieties on God because He cares for you'.

Friday, 10 February 2017

Next Saturday our men are joining together for good food and thoughtful conversation! If you'd like to join them, RSVP quickly, and message us for more information.
Our young people had so much fun at Connected Youth this week!

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Next Sunday there will be a planning and interest meeting for anyone who would like to join the upcoming mission trip to Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea. The team will assist the missionaries in Ukarumpa, who are engaging in bible translation, by providing maintenance and running a children's holiday club. Please pray about this opportunity, and join us for a meeting if you would like to know more!

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Ministry: Sunday Morning Coffee Brewing
Q: In what ways does this ministry serve as a 'mission enabling' service?

A: Making coffee not only feeds my passion for serving our local congregation, but the small monetary gift that is received from them goes directly to the mission field in Papua New Guinea enabling those on the field to better focus on translating God's Word into hundreds of different dialects for the local natives.
- Simon C.