A draft blog post – proof of concept

This blog post is a test of a concept for our upcoming discipleship guides. We are seeking to make the discipleship guides work in different ways for different people, and we thought this would be a good way to do it. The blog post is designed to get feedback on the layout / style, etc., […]

The gospel and war

Here are some ways in which the gospel might be brought to bear on the issue of war, using the key points from Two Ways to Live

Regifted for Over 2000 Years

Is there anything honourable about your re-gifted Christmas present? The brute fact is that you spent hardly any effort matching those special qualities or considering the needs and wants of your supposed ‘friend’ or ‘dear relative’. You also expended no time in locating the gift or travelling to obtain it. Put simply, you didn’t find […]

church is AWAY this Sunday – 21 October 2012

Our church family are at our annual weekend away this Sunday and so there are We’ll be doing church away! We’ll be back next week with our normal range of services – something to suit everyone! You can also contact us if you need to let us know something or want to speak to someone.

Real Beauty

“I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” (Psalm 139:14) I’ve actually seen someone walk into a fence to get away from me. It’s because I was born with a broken face. Despite some clever doctors doing their best to fix me, a facial disfigurement means my face looks quite different to most […]

Detox Your Soul

Jesus said: “whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again. The water that I will give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.” (John 4:14) ‘Give me a drink!’ It was the middle of the day in the Samaritan town of […]

Local Elections – 8 September 2012

Once again St Augustine’s will be hosting a polling booth, this time for the North Sydney Council elections. We’ll be offering, a coffee cart FREE (yes, we saidĀ FREE) food all day a chance to contribute to the work of Anglicare If you’re in the Cremorne Ward of North Sydney (PDF map here, wards by street […]

Jesus Died for All Nations

Falling into Sydney Harbour and almost drowning isn’t the normal path to glory for an Olympic swimmer. But for one Australian champion, that fateful day when he was four years old shaped his entire life. After being rescued from the water by his older brother, he decided to overcome his fear by learning to swim […]

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