• Share Jesus

    The Lord Jesus established a world-wide movement. He instructed his followers (they are called ‘disciples’ in the biographies of Jesus) to duplicate themselves. Just as as he had taught them to trust him and obey him, so they were to share Jesus with others, they were to invite people to trust Jesus and obey him (see Matthew 28:18-20 for a good example of this). Our church is no different to any other – our goal is to Share Jesus, and we will look at what the Bible has to say about this important topic. This is good for anyone to hear about, whether you are already disciples or your are considering Jesus for yourself. Join us any Sunday, at Gordon School Hall, at 10am or 4:30pm.

  • Understanding the sayings of Jesus, #4

    “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Acts 20.35 As a grown up, we often know the joy of giving a gift to someone else – especially where we have chosen something that really suits them. But Jesus means something more significant than simply a good feeling you get when you give a gift. Jesus means that God’s blessing (God’s favour) is on you because your generosity is reflecting the generosity of God. When God supplies rain and food and life, these good gifts all point to his giving nature. And above all other gifts, God has sent his one and only Son (Jesus), so that whoever believes in him might have eternal life. If you want to know more about Jesus you might like to join us on Sundays, we’d love to meet you.


    We really mean it – we are very thankful for the generosity of the Lanyon Valley Community in their ongoing support of Lanyon Pantry. Your donations have restocked the shelves of our local emergency food ministry for Tuggeranong. Anyone in need can call our church office (6294 9756) and we will organise a delivery. Thanks to all of you who stopped by for a chat; who donated cash; or gave us grocery items. Jesus is the one who said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive,” (Acts 20.35) and we know the truth of that each and every time we are able to pass your donations on to those most in need around us.