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James: Faith that Works

If we’re honest with ourselves, there are gaps in our lives; gaps between who we are and who God wants us to be; gaps between what we profess and what we practise. The Letter of James confronts us with the question; “how do we live wisely?”. It’s about closing the gaps. It is a call…

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Amos Sermon Series

Over the next two months our 8am and 10am congregations will be delving into the book of Amos. Here’s some historical context from our 8am pastor, Noel Bowditch, to get us started. Introducing Amos The opening verse of the book gives us its historical setting – the 8th century BC (Uzziah was king of Judah, Jeroboam…

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Easter at Wellspring

We’re getting excited about Easter at Wellspring. We look forward to welcoming you for one of our services over the Easter weekend, because we believe the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the world’s hope for life with God: Good Friday: 8am, 10am (available on zoom), 10:30am (Chinese) Easter Sunday: 8am, 10am (zoom), 2pm (Chinese zoom),…

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Wellspring Women Afternoon Tea Sessions

Ladies, we’re excited to invite you to join the Wellspring Women Afternoon Tea Session (WWATS) community this year! We’re hoping that our afternoon teas can be a place to build deeper relationships as we chat, listen to speakers, hear from panels of women, pray, worship and dive into God’s Word together – all over a…

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Wednesdays at Wellspring

Are you looking at extending your Wellspring fellowship into the week?  Are you looking for a chance to reconnect with Christian Community: to gather, encourage and share? Are you looking for an opportunity to meet up with friends during the week?  Are you looking to meet up with friends from other congregations or other places?…

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Cambodia Update

Pictured here is Ponlue. A student in Cambodia who attracted national attention in 2019 when he graduated from high school with the highest score in the country and earned a personal invitation to meet the prime minister. He is now studying Mechanical Engineering and teaching and mentoring in the newly built Andong Primary School in his…

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Hope at Christmas 2020

Join us to celebrate Christmas, and see how Jesus is the hope for the world, in what has been a tumultuous year! We have our four usual services on Sundays 6th, 13th and 20th December, 7:30pm on Christmas Eve, and we celebrate on Christmas Day at 8am, 10am and 2pm. We will also be on…

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Cambodian School nears completion

We are excited to report that the $500,000 school building project in Andong is nearing completion. This brand new primary school has been built for the families in Andong slum village on the outskirts of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. It is the realisation of a 14 year dream for Pastor Abraham Hang. You may recall…

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Redress Pastoral Letter from The Bishop of Tasmania

Pastoral Letter from the Bishop of Tasmania 9 November 2020 Dear Brothers and Sisters, As you know, the Diocese of Tasmania is committed to providing Redress for survivors of historic sexual abuse that was perpetrated by leaders and officers in the Anglican Church. This has left deep scars on our history as a church, of…

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Introducing St Luke’s Taroona

Isn’t it great that we do life with Jesus together? See below for a letter from Ruth Hanlon, Senior Minister of Sandy Bay/Taroona Parish, with a message of how you may be able to partner with them in sharing Jesus’ good news. St Luke’s sits in the heart of Taroona, set back off the main…

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