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We are a warm and welcoming church whose desire is to love JESUS, love EACH OTHER and love NORFOLK ISLAND. We’d love to meet you!

 January Sermon Series – LUKE

As we approach Easter we are preaching through the book of Luke.

Luke helps us see how the story of Jesus fulfils the story of God and Israel in order to bring salvation to the whole world. 

The Christmas story told by Luke is the most beautiful, and moving in all of literature. How beautiful is the song of the angels, and how moving is the homage of the shepherds. What greater passage could one choose for the Christmas sermons? In the same way, three of the seven last words of Christ on the cross appear only in Luke.

If it were not for Luke, we would not be stirred by His cries…

 

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Sundays

On Sunday morning we meet at St. Barnabas Chapel from 9am. This is usually a service of Holy Communion and includes a Children’s Programme – Barnacles. This service is followed by a Morning Tea. On Sunday afternoon we meet at All Saints Kingston from 5pm. This is a service of 1662 Evening Prayer followed by a “Sing-Along” of Pitcairn hymns. On the first Sunday of the month our locations are reversed.

Sermons

As we approach Easter we are preaching on the book of Luke. Luke helps us see how the story of Jesus fulfils the story of God and Israel in order to bring salvation to the whole world. The Christmas story told by Luke is the most beautiful, and moving in all of literature. How beautiful is the song of the angels, and how moving is the homage of the shepherds. What greater passage could one choose for the Christmas sermons? Three of the seven last words of Christ on the cross appear only in Luke. If it were not for Luke, we would not be stirred by His cries…

Groups

Open House is free, open to the public and visitors are most welcome to attend. We hope these series of public lectures will be suitable for longtime church goers, brand-new Christians, wounded-by-other-traditions Christians, people filled with spiritual questions and lovers of history alike.

12-Feb-20 The Intertestamental Period And Its Influence On Christianity 

26-Feb-20  “Growth”

4-Mar-20  “Persecution”

18-Mar-20  “False Teaching Pt 1”

1-Apr-20 “False Teaching Pt 2

We’d love to welcome your whole family…

Youth and Children’s Activities


Barnacles

Sundays from 9am

9.00am – 10.00am Parish Centre, St. Barnabas Chapel, Norfolk Island

Voyages

Sunday’s from 9am

9.00am – 10.00am Parish Centre, St. Barnabas Chapel, Norfolk Island

Kids Club

Wednesday’s from 3pm

For kids in Kindergarten to Year 5

3pm – 4.30pm Uniting Church Hall, Cascade Road, Norfolk Island

Unit Youth

Friday’s from 6.30pm

For kids in Year 6 to Year 12 at school.

6.30pm – 8.00pm Parish Centre, St. Barnabas Chapel, Norfolk Island

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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  • Open House | Public Lectures On Early Church History
    Open House is free, open to the public and visitors are most welcome to attend. We hope these series of public lectures will be suitable for longtime church goers, brand-new Christians, wounded-by-other-traditions Christians, people filled with spiritual questions and lovers … Read more
  • Open House
    We are a community with a cause: to love Jesus, to love Each Other and to love Norfolk Island. The Open House ministry is designed to help us become wholehearted, fully engaged followers of Jesus Christ. We hope these series … Read more
  • Three Kings
    The carols that we sing each year do such a magnificent job of underscoring who Jesus is and why He came. For example, in Hark the Herald Angels Sing, we learn that only through “the newborn King” can “God and sinners [be] reconciled.”  This Advent … Read more