Meetings

Investigating Christianity

An invitation to do the Life of Jesus Course

It goes for 6 sessions, once a week for six weeks.

We run the course regularly.

Course Description:

What really happened back in the first century, in Jerusalem and around the lake of Galilee, that changed the shape of world history? Who is this figure that emerges from history to have a profound impact on culture, ethics, politics and philosophy? Come with historian John Dickson on this six-episode journey through the life of Jesus, from birth to his reported resurrection. Shot on location in Israel, the Life of Jesus documentary includes 25 bonus conversations between John Dickson and Greg Clarke about the philosophical and personal issues arising from Jesus' life and teaching.

The course is free, the 200 page book costs $20. We will watch the DVD and have plenty of time for discussion.

To book in contact Richard Mills on

02 9829 2871 or rmdcanglican@gamil.com

8.00am - in the Chapel - Traditional Service

This is a Traditional Anglican Service. Normally the minister wears robes and we sing hymns. We have communion on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. (NB: Communion is suspended during the Covid-19 restrictions)

Our 8.00am Sunday Service reflects a traditional style for those who find the depth of traditional bible-based Anglican Christianity encouraging and up-building. We celebrate around the Lord’s Table on the second and last Sunday’s of the month.

To see our current preaching series, click here.

10am – in the Hall

This is a service designed especially for families. At the 10am service we include an All-Age talk. During the sermon children are welcome to go to SundayKids, where special activities are provided for children aged 3-12.”

For Adults

Details of meeting for the adults can be found here.

For Children

Details of meetings for children can be found here.

If you have questions about the Christian faith, email the minister, Richard, by clicking here.

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