Jul
5
to Jul 7

Good News Week

KIDS PROGRAM - TUES 5 & WED 6 JULY

The Christ Church Gladesville Good News Week kids program will run for two whole days on 5 & 6 July.

This program aims to introduce school age kids to God’s Son, Jesus Christ. Our experienced leaders will run action-packed and fun filled programs that include daily drama, singing, bible talk, small group time, active games, thinking games, making things and other creative activities. 

Both morning tea and lunch will be provided. Unfortunately we are unable to provide for special dietary requirements, although we would be happy to serve your child special marked food items if supplied.

All leaders are trained in child protection and all sites are suitable for children and are used regularly for such. The program is run in 3 groups with activities tailored to that age group.

On the day: Sign in 8:30-9:00am In Church Grounds* | Sign out 3:30-4:00pm in Church
Grounds*

Download full brochure here.

RAISING TEENAGERS SEMINAR - WED 6 JULY

Do you have a teenager you love or care about? Are you a parent of a teenager? Join us for a Dessert & Discussion night on the topic of Raising Teenagers from 7:30-9:30pm on Wednesday 6 July in the church building.

What are some tips and skills on raising teenager?  Hear from Boyd Pearson, who has a special interest and experience in area of teenagers and is a professional counsellor in Family and Relationships Services at Anglicare. 

What are other teenagers like?  What are the experiences of other parents? See some videos of our church members about their experience in raising teenagers.

What does the bible say about parenting? Hear a short talk on ‘The God of families: Raising children in the bible’.

This is a free seminar. Dessert, coffee and tea will be provided.

COPING WITH ANXIETY & DEPRESSION SEMINAR - THUR 7 JULY

Do you or a loved one experience anxiety or depression? Join us for a Dessert & Discussion night on the topic of Anxiety and Depression from 7:30-9:30pm on Thursday 7 July in the church building.

Learn from a professional counsellor as she speaks on anxiety and depression from a clinical point of view. Jane French, a senior counsellor in Family and Relationships Services at Anglicare, will educate and equip people to continue on in life through their worries, anxieties and depression.

Hear testimonies from others about living with anxiety and depression.

Understand the hope for a better future from what the bible says about pain, how God knows pain, and how he has done something about it.

This is a free seminar. Dessert, coffee and tea will be provided.

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Jan
18
to Jan 22

KO 2016

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KO is a 5 day camp for all high school students

KO is for … Students in or entering into years 7-12 in 2016 who want to know more about Jesus.

Accommodation
Gateway Presbyterian Church  43 Gan Gan Road, Anna Bay, NSW 2316

Travel Details
Youth will need to arrive at church at 8:30am sharp Mon 18th January and will be returning to the church at 4pm on Fri Jan 22nd  Transport will be by minibus.

Cost
$210 for 1
$400 for 2
$580 for 3
Please contact us if the cost is a problem. We have funds for exactly this

Registration:
Please click here to register online. 

To bring:

  • Bible, pen, paper
  • Sleeping Bag, Pillow, air mattress/stretcher
  • Torch
  • Swimmers, rash shirt, hat etc.
  • 2 x Towels, 1 x beach, 1 x shower
  • Aeroguard/Rid
  • Wet weather gear and warm clothes (just in case)
  • Sunscreen/Zinc

 

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Summer Series
Jan
3
to Jan 24

Summer Series

Come, hear your questions answered.

Jan 3  - Religions: Aren't They All the Same?
Jan 10 - So What Will Heaven Be Like?
Jan 17 - What's in It for Me?
Jan 24 - "If I were God, I'd End All the Suffering ...."

From 20 Dec 2015 to 24 Jan 2016, CCG will have one combined morning meeting at 10:00 am.  The usual 9:00am and 10:30am services will resume 31 Jan.  Our 6:30pm meeting continues as usual.

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Christmas Services
Dec
24
to Dec 25

Christmas Services

You're invited!

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES

5:00PM - Preschoolers, K-2 & their families (come dressed up as part of the nativity story)

7:00PM - Christmas Pageant for primary-aged kids and their families

11:00PM - Christmas Eve service

CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES

8:00AM - Christmas service

9:30AM - Family celebration with creche & kids' programs

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Nov
19
7:30 PM19:30

Women's Christmas Event

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
Have you ever wondered about the three little words “God with us”?  What do they mean?  How is He with us?

Join us for a festive evening to hear Sasha Mills speak from the Bible about the class Christmas story.

  • Christmas drink and dessert provided
  • Decorate gingerbread ornaments and make a Christmas gift of cookie ingredients in a jar
  • Cost: $20 (for you and a friend)
  • RSVP: before Sunday 8 November to office@christchurch.org.au.
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Nov
8
12:00 PM12:00

Church Picnic

Everyone is invited to the annual church picnic at Putney Park at 12pm. Food and drink will be provided for $5 per person— just bring a picnic rug, chairs etc.

Note that on this day CCs kids’ programs will be held at the park and Blast Off will have a special longer program.

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Walk & Talk
Oct
11
1:30 PM13:30

Walk & Talk

Please join us on our last walk for 2015, as we explore the back lanes of the Balmain peninsular, discover hidden waterfront parks and enjoy views to Cockatoo Island, Barrangaroo and Anzac Bridge. Meet at 1:30pm in Coulter St carpark next to church – transport by car. Please contact Grahame Deck on 0468 925 218 by 5pm Fri 9th Oct to advise if coming.

 

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Oct
2
to Oct 3

Instead of Spring Camp

You're invited to this Regenerate Sleep-over

When: 6:00pm Friday 2 October to 5:00pm Saturday 3 October

Where: On-site at the Church

Who: for all high schoolers

What: We are going to have a massive sleep-over at the church.  So, bring warm clothes and a sleeping bag.  We’ll also be learning from the book of Philemon together from Mike Hall from Caringbah Anglican Church.  There will also be other activities at the church.

Cost: $45 per person or $80 for family of two or $105 for family of three

RSVP: Please click here to download the form

 

 

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Sep
16
7:45 PM19:45

Intro Night to Numbers

As Christians, how do we live with the tension between God’s faithfulness to his promises and our continuing struggle against sin and unbelief? We have been saved in Christ, but we still wrestle with our sinful nature while we await the final fulfilment of God’s promises. Will God remain faithful even though we are faithless? Is it possible for us to put ourselves outside of God’s salvation and fall short of his promised rest?

The Book of Numbers and the events recorded in its pages foreshadow our Christian experience (1 Cor 10:1-13). As we read Numbers together in Term 4, come along to the Intro Night and orient yourself to a book that is at once very familiar and very foreign to us; join with the rest of CCG in thinking through some of the quandaries about the Christian life that Numbers raises for us.

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Sep
10
7:30 PM19:30

Seminar: How to Deal with Pornography

1 Corinthians Series 2015
Three Thursday Seminars

The Letter to the Corinthians raises a number of issues around human sexuality.  How do we as Christians deal with our own sexual drives and temptations?  How do we live faithfully in a sex-saturated culture?  Our sermon series will address some of the questions.  However, we thought it opportune to have three mid-week seminars for those who want to think further about human sexuality and pressing questions in our culture, such as, responding pastorally to same-sex attraction, understanding gender and shifting attitudes to gender and dealing with the prevalence of pornography.   These seminars will be for those facing these struggles themselves and for those in our congregations seeking to understand and minister sensitively to others.  We will offer some practical help and resources for those who want to think further on these important topics.

Seminar 3:

How to deal with Pornography

Speaker: Dr Patricia Weerakoon
Medical doctor, sexologist, lecturer, author

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Sep
3
7:30 PM19:30

Seminar: The End of Gender? Responding to new thinking about gender today

1 Corinthians Series 2015
Three Thursday Seminars

The Letter to the Corinthians raises a number of issues around human sexuality.  How do we as Christians deal with our own sexual drives and temptations?  How do we live faithfully in a sex-saturated culture?  Our sermon series will address some of the questions.  However, we thought it opportune to have three mid-week seminars for those who want to think further about human sexuality and pressing questions in our culture, such as, responding pastorally to same-sex attraction, understanding gender and shifting attitudes to gender and dealing with the prevalence of pornography.   These seminars will be for those facing these struggles themselves and for those in our congregations seeking to understand and minister sensitively to others.  We will offer some practical help and resources for those who want to think further on these important topics.

Seminar 2:

The End of Gender? Responding to new thinking about gender today

Speaker: Rob and Claire Smith
Lecturer at Sydney Missionary and Bible College, Authors

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Aug
27
7:30 PM19:30

Seminar: Responding Pastorally to Same-sex Attraction

1 Corinthians Series 2015
Three Thursday Seminars

The Letter to the Corinthians raises a number of issues around human sexuality.  How do we as Christians deal with our own sexual drives and temptations?  How do we live faithfully in a sex-saturated culture?  Our sermon series will address some of the questions.  However, we thought it opportune to have three mid-week seminars for those who want to think further about human sexuality and pressing questions in our culture, such as, responding pastorally to same-sex attraction, understanding gender and shifting attitudes to gender and dealing with the prevalence of pornography.   These seminars will be for those facing these struggles themselves and for those in our congregations seeking to understand and minister sensitively to others.  We will offer some practical help and resources for those who want to think further on these important topics.

Seminar 1:

Responding Pastorally to Same-sex Attraction

Speaker: Dr David Peterson
Former lecturer of Moore Theological College
Present Chairman Liberty Christian Ministries

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Where Is God When I Suffer?
Aug
6
7:30 PM19:30

Where Is God When I Suffer?

Women's Event

A night to hear about how God has worked in some of our sisters in suffering and to hear what God says to us about suffering in His word. We'll enjoy some dessert and drinks from a homemade hot chocolate and waffle bar and spend a lovely night talking and encouraging each other as we share our lives together. So put the night in your diary and think about who else from church you could encourage to come along with you.

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Christianity Explored Course
Jun
9
to Aug 4

Christianity Explored Course

Christianity Explored is a seven-part course based on the Gospel of Mark.  You don’t need to know anything about the Bible. You won’t be asked to read aloud, pray or sing. You can ask any question you want.

Every Tuesday 7-9pm from 9 June to 4 August at Christ Church Gladesville (corner of Victoria Road and Jordan Street).  We will have dinner together at 7pm.

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Mar
29
6:30 PM18:30

Mark Drama

Jesus: betrayed, crucified, worshipped ... what's his story?

The Palestinian tradesman followed by the people but feared by the powerful.  Revered yet reviled.  Betrayed, executed ... and worshipped.  Experience Mark's account of Jesus' life, presented as theatre in the round.  Based directely on Marks's story of Jesus from the Bible.

Venue: Christ Church Gladesville, Cnr Victoria Road and Jordan Street, Gladesville

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