The Church Of England On Norfolk Island

 

 

Advent 2019

A Thrill Of Hope, The Weary World Rejoices


It seems a little weird, particularly in our culture, to celebrate waiting. Especially this time of year. We’re rushing around, busy with parties and presents and plans. It seems like there’s hardly time to wait. But celebrating the wait is precisely what Advent is all about. Jesus is the one who will make “heaven and nature sing”. He is the King that will come to “rule the world with truth and grace”. He is the one that will make all things new. He is the one we’re waiting for, and that’s why we sing O Come, O Come Emmanuel. 

Join us on a Sunday to find out more…

 

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Sundays

On Sunday morning we meet at St. Barnabas Chapel from 9am. On Sunday afternoon we meet at All Saints Kingston from 5pm. On the first Sunday of the month our locations are reversed.

Sermons

We are all creatures of habit. The trick is to choose habits that put us in the path of grace. When certain practices like Scripture reading, prayer, and fellowship become second nature to us, we’re more likely to grow in our pursuit of God.

Groups

Ministry at the Church of England on Norfolk Island comes in three handy sized packages: Large (when the whole church comes together); Medium (when we meet in small groups for bible study and prayer); and Small (when individual members meet together for meals, prayer and encouragement). Whether we’re small, medium or large, we want to be a community who love Jesus, love Each Other and love Norfolk Island.

We’d love to see you this Christmas

Christmas Service Times


Children’s Nativity

Sunday 22nd

9am @ St. Barnabas Chapel

Lessons and Carols

Sunday 22nd

5pm @ St. Barnabas Chapel

Christmas Eve

Tuesday 24th

11pm @ St. Barnabas Chapel

Christmas Day

Wednesday 25th

9am @ All Saints Church

Who Are We?

The Church of England on Norfolk Island is a warm and welcoming church who love Jesus, love Each Other, and Love Norfolk Island. We are reformed, protestant and evangelical. We want to be widely known as a locus of biblical truth, friendship, social care and action, diversity, creativity, events, health and fun — grounded in a confident, well-articulated conviction about the lordship of Jesus Christ over all of life.


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