We have a limited number of Operation Christmas Child boxes available to for you to "adopt" for the cost of $20. You can pay for them by clicking on the ADOPT A BOX button below. These are a great option for those whose movements are impacted by the current COVID regulations or who are unable to shop online. You can see what items are provided in the attached PDF
Alternatively, you can shop online yourself and the items delivered to you directly. We've included a shopping guide so you can make sure you source all the items needed for a shoebox. Ann has also provided a list of items you can order through Kmart, but where you shop is totally up to you!
Once you've completed your shopping, let us know how many boxes you need by clicking on the button below and we will set some aside for you
You have until the 14th November to get your boxes in so start packing! We will be dedicating the Christmas boxes at our return to in person services on the 14th November 2021. You will be able to drop your boxes off at the church on Saturday 13th November between 3pm - 4pm.
Making your Faith Promise requires dependence on God to work in your life as you step out in faith in response to His call to participate in the Great Commission. Committing to a Faith Promise is a process and a decision, one that should be entered into with much prayer and thought.
- Your Faith Promise for the Great Commission Fund supports:
- Our International Workers Overseas
- Our Local Mission Workers
- Our Mission Partnerships
- New Church Plants
- Training of new workers through AIM (Alliance Institute for Mission)
- Directors and administrative support team at the National Office
If you have ever had a picnic by the sea and been surrounded by seagulls, you know the sound this image evokes!
Seagulls can get seriously cranky!
They squawk and throw their heads back, act menacing and try to keep the other gulls away! It’s very unattractive!
Lately I have been squawking and stomping (and even cussing a little) and trust me it’s not attractive either!
Let’s be honest, the last few years have been horrid! We all have tales to tell of grief, sorrow, disappointment and uncertainty even if they are not the same!
Mine have included a broken arm, a dental procedure gone terribly wrong, a few emergency hospital visits, a gallbladder removed, some ambulance rides, losing my faithful dog, being riddled with tropical parasites, losing far too much weight (yes it’s a thing!) unable to eat properly…. and I haven’t even started on COVID related issues! Missing out on a mission trip and a long planned holiday, not being able to visit my kids and new grandson, having my sons wedding postponed…. The list is long!
Yesterday I was feeling especially annoyed with this most recent chapter of life, when God reminded me to not look within but to look up! Just when I was ready to throw myself an amazing pity party (admit it, you know the ones I mean) God called me to praise Him! I really do have so much to be thankful for!
Okay, so I can’t eat nuts or meat or eggs or cheese or even chocolate but I can eat all kinds of fruit and veg! And lots of it! Although I can’t see my kids in person I can call them on the phone and video chat! I have a warm house and a soft bed! I am blessed with an incredible husband … and best of all I know my Jesus and He knows me!
Life may be tough and this recent season may be painful but instead of a pity party, let us make a decision to throw a praise party! Jesus is still Lord of all and you can trust Him all the way!
We are called to rejoice always and pray with thanksgiving in all situations. In fact we are told when we do this, we will know the peace of God… so what are you thankful for?
Why not read Phil 4:4-7 and make a praise list!
Do you have a sewing machine lying around you are not using? Let us know!
We have the opportunity to send some sewing machines to an Alliance Church plant in the Philippines (Tagum Alliance Gospel Church) who are wanting to establish a skills training and income generating project in their local community.
Don't forget, there will be NO service held at the church this Sunday as we are celebrating our 50th Birthday out at the Yarralumla Woolshed. This means there will also be no live streaming of the celebration.
For those who are registered to join us, please don't forget to rug up as we expect it to be a little chilly. The service starts at 11am, with arrivals from 10:30am. There will be someone at the gate to let you in and give you directions. As the Woolshed shares the property with the Equestrian Centre the gate MUST be kept closed so if you arrive before we have someone there please make sure you close the gate behind you.
Lunch will be served around 12:30pm
Against the Tide is an apologetics documentary featuring Dr John Lennox and Kevin Sorbo. It follows their investigation into the intersection of science and history with biblical truth in areas of creation the universe and the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The premium digital release of this film is for one week only from July 19th.
Tickets are only $20 per household which makes the perfect tool for families and home groups
You can find out more information and purchase tickets on their website following the link to the left or scanning the QR code below
Kim Chau, (International worker in Cambodia), will be our visiting speaker for this years Missions Convention.
7th - 13th September
We are still looking for someone to look after the bottle and cans we collect to support the Alliance Kids sponsor child Doreen.
The cans and bottles need to be taken to Return It Phillip and exchanged for cash. This would need to be done at least once a month and take approximately 1 hour.
If that is you, please contact Antoinette; email@example.com
Watch the video to see how the work of Compassion supports children, their families and communities. Perhaps you might consider child sponsorship as well!