The Bible tells us that the meaning of life is to know the one true God through His only Son, Jesus Christ. Therefore, we meet together each Sunday at 9:30 am and 6:30 pm to worship God together and to learn more about Him. When we meet we seek to praise God through song, prayer and obedience to his commands. Since He speaks to us through his Word, the Bible, we learn about what the Bible teaches and consider what it means for daily living.
Sunday School children attend the first part of our morning church service (commencing at 9:30am). After the children's talk, they are taken to classes by their teachers for small group lessons, craft and other activities appropriate to their age.
During church, the smallest children are cared for in the creche in the house next to the church building - 43 Park Road.
Kids' Club meets on Wednesday afternoon during school terms from 4:00-5:30pm and includes drink and biscuits. Activities include Bible stories, songs, crafts and games. Cost $2 per child.
Easy English Bible Study is a group that meets on Sunday to learn from the Bible using easy English. The group meets after the Morning Service from 11:30am-12:30pm at 43 Park Road. Sometimes group members enjoy lunch together after the study.
This group meets on alternate Sundays for bible study in Mandarin. The group meets in private homes at 2:30pm.
In 2013, Small Groups will be working through the first twelve chapters of Genesis during February and March, in conjunction with a complementary sermon series on those same chapters.
The workbook comes from the Pathway collection, in the same series as Matthew 8-12 that weekly groups worked through in Term 3 of 2012.
If you would like to join in a weekly small group this term, please email the office as follows: email@example.com
"SWAG" is the St Giles Wilderness Adventure Group - adventure group for boys school year 3 and up. Through a range of outdoor activities as well as our weekly program, SWAG encourages the boys to grow in maturity and in their relationship with God.
Activities include abseiling, bushwalking, camping, bike riding, challenging games and Bible Studies. SWAG meets during the school term at Penshurst Presbyterian Church Hall, 118 Penshurst Road, Penshurst on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 pm.
For more information, why not look at the SWAG Website? www.swag.org.au
HYPE means Hurstville Young People Evangelising
This is for high School aged youth. Activities include games, singing, Bible talks, prayer and supper.
HYPE meets on a Friday night during school terms from 7:00pm - 9:30pm at the Hurstville Presbyterian Church, 43 Park Rd Hurstville (next to the church located on the corner of MacMahon St and Park Rd).