St. John's Blog . . .


Site Preparations are coming along

Four weeks after the demolition and site clean-up we're really close to having the site prepared to receive the new Pre-built buildings next week! see more...



Going, going, gone!

The demolition team are amazingly(!) almost finished their work. see more...


Let the building works begin!

The excavator has arrived, the Hall, the Kitchen, Toilets and Foyer are in the process of being removed. Exciting times at St. John's. some photos and video...



Sundays at Christian College Chapel

Beginning this Sunday, 8th March, we're relocating our regular Sunday services just up the road and around the corner. Christian College are very generously hosting us...more


Share your faith

Which year isn't a good year for a church to be working on sharing our faith in Jesus with those we know and love? This year we're making a concentrated effort...More


Watercooler Witness

98% of church members spend 95% of their time outside the church: what a massive mission field to engage! Earlier this week we were able to take up a last minute opportunity to have Ken Barnes and Kara Martin come, challenge and encourage us to share our faith in public places... more


Sweet Dinner!

Last night a number of us enjoyed a dinner of sweet pancakes, fun and something of substance too. Read on..


Community celebrating Christ at Christmas

How good it is to celebrate Christmas together. And this year, at Carols in the Park and Christmas services, many from our community have indeed gathered to celebrate Christ. For some of the sights and sounds of Christmas at St. John's 2014.. read on...


The Big Christmas Gig: this Christmas Eve

This year we're excited to welcome a new Christmas Eve celebration service - especially for those in high school and those on their way to it. Its called the Big Christmas Gig, and promises to be a upbeat and lively way to bring in Christmas.  MORE . . .


Next set of classics articles available

Our next set of articles are now ready for reading and include some great Anglicans like Thomas Cranmer and George Whitefield, as well as Bonhoeffer, Dryden, Owen and  MORE . . .


Making sense of suffering

‘The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised’(Job 1:21). Of all the tensions and troubles we have concerning the presence of evil and our experience of suffering, none is greater than the issue of God’s justice: How can God really be good when he oversees and permits evil and suffering?

The book of Job tackles some of the most pressing and perplexing issues of all of life, bringing us face to face with the reality of suffering... MORE



Spring School underway

Christians in every age have the privilege and challenge of learning how to speak for Christ with love and grace in a world that may not be so interested in listening. Apologetics is teh topic we're exploring in this year's Spring School, which began last Tuesday and continues this week 9th Sept. Come along, learn and be encouraged in your own speaking for the sake of the Lord Jesus.  MORE...


More than conquerors

This well-known and often-cited phrase comes at the conclusion of one of the grandest chapters of arguably Paul’s grandest epistle. And what an astonishing point to reach! “No, in all these things we are more than conquerors.” (Romans 8:37)  MORE...