Gingerbread House Night 2018

Do you have what it takes to be the next great architect? Gingerbread house night is upon us again. Come for a night of construction, food, stories, and live music. Prizes  for the most creative as well as the most traditional house will be won.

  • Time: Saturday 1 December 2018, 7:00 to 9:30pm
  • Location: Corner Boyle and Violet Street, Croydon Park
  • Cost: $30 (all profits will go to St. Paul’s Burwood Pantry)
  • RSVP: Send an email to cp10gbh@gmail.com with your details

Carols on the Lawn: Sunday 17 December, from 5:30pm

Carols On The Lawn:Don’t Forget! There will be no regular 10 am service this Sunday (17 December). Instead, we will be holding our annual Carols On The Lawn. A free picnic dinner will be served from 5:30 pm. The carols programme will begin around 7 pm.

Please bring a picnic blanket to sit on and a gold coin donation for TEAR Australia https://www.tear.org.au/about/ We would also appreciate it if some people could arrive an hour early (4:30 pm) to help with setting up. Thanks. See you there.

Gingerbread House Project: calling all men and women builders and decorators!


GINGERBREAD HOUSE PROJECT: calling all men and women builders and decorators!

On Friday, December 8th 7:30pm-9:30 pm, come along with your friends, neighbours, uni/workmates and family for a festive night of structures, story and supper.

RSVP by 26 Nov with your choice of classic, chocolate or gluten-free house ($30)!!!

Getaway 2017

 

Getaway 2017 is almost upon us, with registrations now open!

Register at church on Sunday, or if you would like to register online, please email cp10getaway2017@gmail.com.

This year’s topic is on ‘Discipleship’, with talks coming from our very own Sam Yip, Jonty and Beth Perrett, and Lawrence Tan. Come along for a weekend full of fellowship, learning, and fun!

Feb Friends 2017: Extraordinary

Carols on the lawn; Sun 18 December

Carols on the Lawn CroydonPark@10


Please join us on Sunday 18 December for our annual Carols on the Lawn.

Free BBQ from 5:30pm with Picnic style food and drinks. Bring a picnic blanket, sit back and sing along to our carols programme starting 6:30pm.

Address: Corner of Violet and Boyle Street, Croydon Park. Street parking available.

Gingerbread House Project Saturday 3 December


Please come to construct and decorate a strong house, hear a great story about a master builder and enjoy a tasty supper.

All welcome! Must be old enough to use a power tool.

  • Time: Saturday 3 December 2016, 7:30 to 9:30pm
  • Location: Corner Boyle and Violet Street, Croydon Park
  • Cost: $30 (all material provided)
  • RSVP: 20 November to Jen

RSVP

 

 

Family service this Sunday!


Family Service

We would love to invite you to come and check out our church!

We will be having a family church service this Sunday October 30th at 10:00am.

Service will be followed by a BBQ lunch together.

Address: 49a Boyle Street, Croydon Park NSW 2133

Our church service will have a special visitor called…Ryan da Lion: A funny, loveable puppet who will help us all learn a little more about Jesus.

 

SALT 2016


SALT 2016

Salt is a series of forums and events designed to help us: Speak, Act, Live and Think like Christ in regard to the various issues that confront us.

Salt 2016 will run over four Wednesday evening from 10 – 31 August (7:30 – 9:30pm at CroydonPark@10).

The topics are:

  • 10 Aug – A Christian Perspective On – Euthanasia/Assisted Dying
  • 17 Aug – Social Media (17 August)
  • 24 Aug – Global Terrorism
  • 31 Aug – Food For Thought

Please put these dates on your calendar and invite a friend to join you.

 

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February friends talks


If God is so loving…why?

Why why why do things happen that don’t make sense? And why do things not happen that would make sense? It seems God is out of touch, that he doesn’t really understand our situation, or that he hasn’t planned very well. Can God give answers that can satisfy our “why”?

 

Popular conference speaker, Dr Sam Chan, from the City Bible Forum, and former lecturer at SMBC will speak on the following Sundays at 9am:

 

February 7  Why do bad things happen to good people?

February 14  Why are religious people jerks?

February 21  Why doesn’t God make himself more obvious?

February 28  Why is there only one way to God?

 

About the February Friends services:

These services are held every year in February. Both Christians and non-Christians, weekly regulars and one-off guests come together to hear talks that are relevant to our present world and culture.

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