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Evangelical Anglican Church in Eastwood 2017-05-31T16:18:21+00:00

— MACQUARIE ANGLICAN —

We’re an evangelical Anglican church in Eastwood, NSW.
Our focus is on knowing Jesus through the Bible.

— SUNDAY SERVICES —

Due to damage to our St Dunstans building (114 Lovell Rd, Eastwood), the 9:30am and 6pm service (normally held in this building) have been relocated to the Treehouse (see below for details) until further notice.

Each Sunday we have four church services, each with its own style.
We’d love to have you join us one Sunday.

9:30am – Family Friendly
6:00pm – Contemporary

Picture of The Treehouse at a side on angle.

THE TREEHOUSE

98 BALACLAVA ROAD
EASTWOOD

8:00am – Traditional
11:30am – Korean

한국어 예배와 점심 식탁교제

St George

ST GEORGE’S CHURCH

100 BALACLAVA ROAD
EASTWOOD

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— FOR YOUR FAMILY —

We don’t just meet on Sundays! There are mid-week activities for your family…

— ESL CLASSES FOR ADULTS —

ESL: learn English, make friends

10am Mondays in school term
(starting 13 February).

98 Balaclava Road, Eastwood.

$2 each week, includes morning tea. Enrol at class.

Contact us to find out more.

GETTING TO 98-100 BALACLAVA RD

— UPCOMING EVENTS —

Unfortunately due to a number of challenges, we will be unable to run Zest For Life Kids Holiday Club in 2017.

4th Wednesdays – Teahouse Lunch

26 July @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm

4th Wednesdays – Teahouse Morning Tea

27 September @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

4th Wednesday – Service & Lunch

25 October @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm

More Events

— ABOUT JESUS —

“A friend of mine says that if you know the meaning of two words, you know our message, the Christian Gospel…”
Fergus Semler, Senior Minister

Those words are “Jesus” (which means “God rescues”), and “Christ” (a title which means “God’s ruler”).

A person becomes a Christian when they accept these two things: that Jesus’ death on the first Good Friday was God’s way to rescue us from our sin, and that Jesus’ resurrection on the first Easter Sunday meant that God had placed him in charge of us all.

The first Christian sermon after the first Easter ended with: “God has made this Jesus, whom you crucified, both Lord and Christ…repent and be baptised every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins.” (Acts 2:36-38)
With this “repent and believe” response, many people changed their lives completely.

It’s the same for us – we’re all learning about following Jesus; please come and find out more. Take our short course: “Simply Christianity,” or join a small group. Maybe listen to a sermon here online or in church.

Some have found “Two Ways to Live Opens in new window” another great summary.