Services Church on the Boundary
Church on the Boundary
5pm English Service PDF Print Email

Church on the Boundary, ND's English evening service, has been running since April 2011, and caters for young workers and their friends, although anyone is most welcome to come. The group is small and welcoming and the service has a relaxed feel. Each week there is opportunity to ask questions of the speaker during a question time after the talk, and there is also opportunity to stick around and chat with people over supper or to join in our regular dinners either at church, at a local restaurant, or at someone's home.

We meet at 5pm every Sunday our church hall, 41 Boundary Road North Epping. If you’d like more information about the service, or are interested in joining a Bible Study, please contact Doug.

 
Back on 8th of January PDF Print Email

We hope you can join us on Christmas day at 11am, and for the next instalment of our Galatians series on 1/1/17 also at 11am.

From the 8th of January we will be back to our normal time, at 5pm, 41 Boundary Road.

See you then!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 December 2016 11:34
 
1 Peter @ North Epping PDF Print Email

After 2 years at Marsfield, various things have meant we've decided to move back to North Epping. So Church On the Boundary will once again be 'On the Boundary'! From 25th of October we'll be back there from 5pm Sundays, beginning with a series until the end of the year on the New Testament letter of 1 Peter.

Do join us for this series as we think about what it means to be God's chosen people, yet to know suffering is a part of our lives as we await Jesus' return.

 

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CCCC PDF Print Email

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What: Cradle Cross Crown Choice is a four-week course where the Christian story and its importance for today's world will be clearly outlined. Join us for these talks as well as to be a part of a small group discussion each week reflecting on and discussing the questions raised from the talk.

Who: This series is for anyone who has questions about Christianity and the Bible - what can we really say about God, why does the cross still matter in the 21st Century, does Jesus have any relevance for us, and why, when we have so many different options for direction in life, should we consider the claims of the Bible?

When: We invite you to use these four weeks as an opportunity to make clear in your own mind the merit of the Christian story - please join us from the 20th of September to the 11th of October, at 11am (North Epping) or 5pm (Marsfield). The course will go for around about 70 minutes each week.

How: RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or just turn up at 11am in North Epping or 5pm in Marsfield. Hope to see you there!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 August 2015 22:35
 
Promise, Hope and Prayer PDF Print Email

After three months in the book of Joshua, we are now moving on to the Lord's Prayer. But the Lord's prayer will be a launching-pad, as we think together about how our prayers teach us what we hope for. Do join us on Sundays as we work through this foundational prayer, and think about the fatherhood of God and his promises, and how the future he promises shapes what we hope for today.

 

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Joshua 2015 PDF Print Email

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Our Old Testament book for 2015 will be Joshua;

beginning on April 12, concluding on July 19 (with 2 weeks off for our Anniversary service and ND conference on 17 and 24 May respectively),

we will spend thirteen weeks working our way through this exciting and important book of the Old Testament.

Taking up where Moses left off, Joshua is instructed to lead God's people into their inheritance.

And yet there are pressing questions for us -

 

  • what relevance does this hold today?
  • does the God of the Bible encourage genocide?
  • is the modern state of Israel legitimised by this ancient claim to the land?
  • how do the promises to 'them then' apply to 'us now'?

 

We look forward to seeing you!

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 March 2015 10:51
 
Summer Plans PDF Print Email

On Sunday 21/12 we had a great evening of Bible, food and carols to finish up the year and give thanks for God's continued goodness to us.

However, despite the good year, we won't be meeting at Marsfield for the next month; our first meeting in Marsfield will be the first of February 2015.

So here's what's happening for the next month and where:

  • 25 December - Christmas Service at 41 Boundary Road North Epping (11am)
  • 28 December - final 2 Corinthians talk at 41 Boundary Road North Epping (11am)
  • 4, 11, 18 January - Matthew 8-11 series at 41 Boundary Road North Epping (11am)
  • 4, 11, 18 January - COB Summer Series at 41 Boundary Road North Epping (5pm)
  • 23-25 January - 2015 Kick-Off Camp at Katoomba
  • 4 February - back to business as usual - Trafalgar Place, Marsfield (5pm)

 

Please do make the effort to get along to Boundary Road for the next month and get to know some other people.

For our Summer Series we will be going through an outline of Moore Theological College's Promise to Fulfilment course - a taster to their Distance Education courses.

 

Hope to see you there!

 

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2 Corinthians - Serving the King PDF Print Email

To finish 2014 we will be working through Paul's personal and powerful Second Letter to the Corinthians. This letter is often referred to because of its deeply personal tone, showing us the highs and lows of Paul, whose entire life is devoted to and modelled off the Lord Jesus. Do join us each week* as we hear it read, preached, and together discuss God's word to us in this letter and its implications for life.

 

*except for the combined service on 23/11 and the last two weeks of December.

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 October 2014 13:11
 
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