We’re officially in the tail end of 2018, and looking forward with anticipation to Christmas and what comes forth in 2019. As the year closes though, we’re continuing to keep ourselves busy.
We begin November by greeting David Um, a Korean Baptist Pastor who feels God has called him to multi-ethnic ministry. He’ll be sharing a message on God’s heart for the nations from the book of Revelation, so come and join us for a wonderful Sunday.
This is followed by two Sundays where our pastor, Ben Pratt, will be taking us through what our hope is as Christians, and what then God is calling us to, in the lead up to our last quarterly business meeting for the year. At this meeting we’ll make important decisions for 2019, so we encourage all our members and ministry partners to be there, especially on the 18th of November.
On November 17th we’ll be having our last Saturday Night Youth Service for the year, where we’ll get to meet Rev. Rob French, a Lecturer for the Plunge program at Morling Baptist Theological College. The night starts at 6:30pm, and is followed by a sausage sizzle and supper on the street. Don’t miss out!
And in December we’ll be going through a four week series called “Come and See”, where we go on a bird’s eye view of God’s plan for a Saviour, and how it all played out.
Finally, we’ll be holding a combined Christmas Carols service in the open air, across the road at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday 16th December, in partnership with several local churches. What better way to celebrate the birth of our Messiah than by singing praises to God and celebrating our unity as the family of God?
There’s never a better time than right now to come down to CHBC and see what God is doing, as we celebrate the new life he’s bringing us, and the hope we hold for tomorrow.