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The Way of Jesus – 27/09/2020

The Scandal of Grace – 20/09/2020

Faith & Obedience – 13/09/2020

Faith & Feelings – 06/09/2020

Walking with God – 30/08/2020

Trials & Temptation (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 7) – 23/08/2020

Forgiveness (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 6) – 16/08/2020

Our Daily Bread (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 5) – 09/08/2020

God’s Kingdom & God’s Will (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 4) – 02/08/2020

Heaven And Holiness (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 3) – 26/07/2020

Our Father (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 2) – 19/07/2020

More than just a Prayer (The Lord’s Prayer Sermon Series – Episode 1) – 12/07/2020

The Soul Needs Blessing – 05/07/2020

The Soul Needs Rest – 28/06/2020

Hope and a Starfish Theology – 21/06/2020

Anniversary service – 21/06/2020

The Soul needs a Present and a Future – 14/06/2020

The Soul Needs A Centre – Holy Communion – 07/06/2020

The Spirit And The Soul – Pentecost – 31/05/2020

Soul keeping: The Nature and Health of our Souls – 24/05/2020

The Promise of the Spirit – 17/05/2020

From Failure to Freedom (Reinstatement of Peter) – 10/05/2020

After the big moment – 03/05/2020

Our road to Emmaus – 26/04/2020

Peace be with You – 19/04/2020

Easter Service – 12/04/2020

Good Friday Service – 10/04/2020

It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Coming (YouTube Link) CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

Tenebrae Service – 09/04/2020

Sermon 3 – 05/04/2020

Sermon 2 – 29/03/2020

Sermon 1 – 22/03/2020

Connecting Conversations

Join Rev Stuart Bosch and a special guest for a half-hour conversation about Sunday’s Sermon.

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Phil Smith – 11/08/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Frank Millett – 04/08/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Emily Dart – 28/07/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Shane Foley – 21/07/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Chris Crause – 23/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Herna Conradie – 16/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Denise Savage – 09/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Delma Lovell – 02/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Alan Bosch – 26/05/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Ray Nutley – 19/05/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Ian Dart – 12/05/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, motherhood, and of course, the sermon with Tamara DeBruyn – 05/05/2020

Walk to Emmaus with special guest Rev Fred Bosch – 28/04/2020

Connecting Conversations Podcasts

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Phil Smith – 11/08/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Frank Millett – 04/08/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Emily Dart – 28/08/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Shane Foley – 21/07/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Chris Crause – 23/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Herna Conradie – 16/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Denise Savage – 09/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Delma Lovell – 07/06/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Alan Bosch – 26/05/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Ray Nutley – 19/05/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, and of course, the sermon with Ian Dart – 12/05/2020

Join us as we chat life, faith, motherhood, and of course, the sermon with Tamara DeBruyn – 05/05/2020

Walk to Emmaus with special guest Rev Fred Bosch – 28/04/2020

Sermon Podcasts

Today’s sermon is delivered by Rev David Baker.

God’s grace is freely abundant for all. God dispenses gifts/ grace not wages. Today’s sermon is delivered by Rev Ray Nutley.

It’s easy to be faithful when God feels close, but how are we to be faithful when those feelings are not there? When things are tough and God seems far away, how are we to be faithful then? And what does it mean to be faithful to God when the world tells us to only do what feels good in the moment? If any of these questions sound familiar, then have a listen to this message where we look at hero’s of faith and find the common threads that enabled them to be faithful despite what they might have been feeling or facing in their lives.

What does it mean to be faithful? What does it mean to “Walk with God?” In this sermon, we explore the life of Enoch and look at the teachings of Jesus and Paul as we discover that faithfulness to God is not that complicated. Come and listen, and walk with God.

In the final sermon on The Lord’s Prayer, we focus on the line Jesus told us to pray, “Save us from the time of trial,” or “Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.” We take a look at the temptations that Jesus faced and discover how praying this part of the Lord’s Prayer leads to greater faithfulness as we receive God’s help when faced with our own temptations.

In this important line of the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus teaches us the importance of forgiveness. Forgiveness is important not only for the person who is forgiven, but also for the person who forgives. Come and listen to why forgiveness is so important and how we put it in place in our lives.

We continue the series on the Lord’s Prayer as we look at the line “Give us this day our Daily Bread.” As we pray this part of the prayer, we discover a God who sees life as something that is completely interconnected. We also see that God is concerned not only with our every need, but also the needs of others as we become part of seeing needs met and the Kingdom built in this world.

What does it mean to pray, “Your Kingdom come, Your will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.” Join us for our fourth sermon in the series on the Lord’s Prayer as we discover the nature of God’s Kingdom and the role that we play in making it a reality on Earth.

In the third sermon on the Lord’s prayer we look at what it means to address God as being “in Heaven” and why that is important. We also see that “Hallowed be your name” is a beautiful but also very challenging prayer to pray. Heaven and Holiness are what these two lines are all about. Have a listen…

In the second sermon in our series on the Lords Prayer, we look at just the first two words, “Our Father.” For the disciples to hear Jesus telling them to call God “Father” would have been quite something. We are used to this term because we have become familiar with the Lords prayer, but the significance of calling God “Father” has some wonderful, precious truths for us to be reminded of.

Today we start a new series on the Lord’s Prayer. Sometimes we can say the Lord’s Prayer without even pausing to really think what it means or what we are saying. Join us in this message as we discover that the Lord’s Prayer is so much more than just a prayer. If prayed sincerely, this prayer can lead to a deeper connection with God and a transformed life.

As we finish our “Soul Keeping” sermon series, we look at the last thing the Soul needs, and that is to bless. The Soul needs Blessing. So often the words, “Bless you,” or even “God bless you,” are just said as a cliche without real thought or even knowing what we really mean. What does it mean to really bless someone? …And what does Scripture mean when God teaches us to bless others with these words in Numbers 6: “May the Lord bless and keep you, May the Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. May the Lord turn His face toward you, and give you peace.” The Soul needs Blessing. Have a listen to see exactly what that means.

This sermon continues the “Soul Keeping” series, as we examine what the Soul needs to be healthy. In the busyness of our increasingly connected world, we see how, in one of the most loved Psalms, God tells us that healthy Souls need rest. He is waiting for an opportunity to lead us beside quiet waters where He can restore our soul.

Our Presbytery minister, Rev Chris Crause, takes us through a theology of hope and how that might practically be implemented in our lives.

This service is a celebration of 43 years uniting together in Christ. The service includes a call to worship; a message from the President of the Uniting Church in Australia; prayers of confession as the church; kids’ time; scripture readings; a message from the Moderator; prayers focused around the four Project Plenty mission priorities; a benediction; and worship music.

In this fourth “Soul Keeping” message, we look at how the soul needs God both in the present and in the future. The future is the source of our hope and the present is the source of our Joy. Have a listen to some practical ways that we can ensure our soul connects with God making every single moment a moment lived in God’s glorious presence.

In this third installment of “Soul Keeping: Caring for the most important part of you,” we look at some of the things that we need to do to have souls that are connected and integrated with the will of God. The contented Soul is a centered soul. Find out more about how our souls find that center.

On this day of Pentecost where we celebrate the outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit, we take a look at the Spirit and the Soul to see how it is that the Spirit both inspires and enables us to live lives where our heart, mind, body and soul are integrated and in sync with the Spirit and will of God.
Acknowledgment to John Ortberg, the author of “Soul Keeping” as well as Dallas Willard and Eugene Peterson for the material that this series is based on.

The Soul is the most important part of you. How you care for it and tend to it is crucial. This is the first in our “Soul Keeping” Series. Listen the nature of what a soul is and how to keep it healthy. This series is based on the book “Soul Keeping” by John Ortberg and utilizes the works of Dallas Willard and Eugene Peterson as well.

Join Rev Ray Nutley as he unpacks God’s beautiful promise to give us His Holy Spirit.

As Peter is restored by Jesus, a blueprint is given for us on how we can move beyond failures and live in the freedom of forgiveness and the beauty of a God who says that our failures and sins, no matter how bad will not define us. His love defines us.

Living in the power of the Resurrection. Easter is not just to be celebrated, but to be lived.

When we look at the story of the Road to Emmaus, we find that it is a story within a story, …and when we look a little closer, we find that it is actually our story.

Join Rev David Baker as he delivers the world of God this Sunday. This service is based on John 20:19-31.

Easter Service by Rev. Stuart Bosch.

As we face the Crisis the world is in, we gain great direction, wisdom, comfort and guidance from looking at how Jesus faced the crisis of Good Friday. It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Coming (YouTube Link) CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

Tenebrae means shadows and in this meditative and reflective service, we journey through the final nigh of Jesus life as slowly the shadows engulfed Him and left till the darkness of death on the cross. We journey with Jesus through significant moments, but also see the light and hope as a single candle is relit.

This Palm Sunday we read the story of the crowds gathering and welcoming Jesus as their Saviour as He rides into Jerusalem on a donkey. We may not be able to gather like those crowds did, but we still have things in common with the crowd. Join us as we examine their, and our, understanding of what a Saviour is to us in this challenging time. You are welcome to join in Holy Communion which forms part of this service at the end.

Having looked last week at what God is saying to us in the midst of the Coronavirus Crisis, this week we have seen tremendous pain in our society as so many have been retrenched and find themselves facing loss of loved ones, of security and income. So we take a look at what we need to do according to God’s Word. We need to look at how we trust God in the middle of the pain we are going through.

We take a break from our Lent series because life in Australia is rapidly changing as the Government takes some important steps aimed at curbing the infection rate of the Coronavirus pandemic, Lots of social distancing rules, travel bans and self isolation rules have come into place and in the midst of the fear and panic and difficulty that we face, we take a moment to look at where God is in all of this. We take time to listen to what God is saying to us, and how the church can shine in these moments. this is the first of our live-streamed services, as we are no longer meeting in the building. We are however live streaming to Facebook at Bundaberg Uniting Church in Australia.

In the continuation of our Lenten Sermon Series based on the writings of Bishop William Willamon, Rev Stuart Bosch looks at the Question, “Why Jesus?”
Why do we follow Him? What makes Him so compelling? Why is He so important that whole lives will change because of Him? This sermon series looks at different stories, character traits and insights in the life of Jesus that cause us to see Him differently, to follow Him, and to be transformed by Him. This week we continue the series looking at the fact that Jesus is a Magician.

In the continuation of our Lenten Sermon Series based on the writings of Bishop William Willamon, Rev Stuart Bosch looks at the Question, “Why Jesus?”
Why do we follow Him? What makes Him so compelling? Why is He so important that whole lives will change because of Him? This sermon series looks at different stories, character traits and insights in the life of Jesus that cause us to see Him differently, to follow Him, and to be transformed by Him. This week we continue the series looking at the fact that Jesus is a Storyteller.

In this sermon Rev Ray Nutley looks at the Temptations of Jesus from Matthew 4: 1 – 11, together with Romans 5:12 – 19.

In this new Lenten Sermon Series based on the writings of Bishop William Willamon, Rev Stuart Bosch looks at the Question, “Why Jesus?”
Why do we follow Him? What makes Him so compelling? Why is He so important that whole lives will change because of Him? This sermon series looks at different stories, character traits and insights in the life of Jesus that cause us to see Him differently, to follow Him, and to be transformed by Him. This week we start the series looking at the fact that Jesus is a Vagabond.

In this sermon we explore a little of what it means to live in the Kingdom of God in terms of hope. What does it mean to live in Hope and why is it so important to do so. Jesus began several parables with these words: “The Kingdom of God is like…” Today we journey with the importance of the Kingdom of God being a Kingdom of Hope.

Forgiveness is one of the most difficult parts of Christianity. We love the fact that we have been forgiven and rejoice that God no longer remembers our sins, but we struggle to give that same forgiveness to others. This sermon explores the importance of both receiving and giving forgiveness, for that is what the Kingdom of God is about.

Our desire to be faithful to God can often be hampered by the failings of the past. We often hang onto these failings or hold onto habits and things that we should let go of in order to be able to move forward. Paul gives us a beautiful blue print of faithfulness as he says, “Forgetting what is past and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Isaiah tells us that God is doing a new thing. This sermon looks at how we apply these teachings so that we grow in our faithful Christian living.

Forrest Gump’s mother famously said that “Life was like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get.” Metaphors and similes for life are things that help us make sense of life and specific moments that we face. Some other examples include Shakespeare’s “Life is a stage,” or Bon Jovi’s, “Life is a roller coaster.” But what is God’s Metaphor for life? How does God think we should see life and makes sense of it? This sermon looks at three different metaphors gleaned from Paul that if lived out would significantly change the way we act in the world.

The sixth and final sermon in our series on the life and ministry of Paul. This sermon looks at the final few years of Paul’s life as he is taken to Rome as a prisoner and ultimately executed. Right until the end Paul remained faithful to his calling and ministered and wrote as much as he could. This sermon challenges us as to our own faithfulness to God’s call upon our lives. This series is based on the book and videos of the Rev Adam Hamilton who journey’s to the places of Paul’s ministry and retraces the steps of the great Apostle. More information on Rev Adam Hamilton and his books, podcasts and other resources can be found at www.adamhamilton.com

The fifth sermon in our series on the life and ministry of Paul. This sermon looks at Paul’s third missionary journey in which most of the time was spent in Ephesus. Here we discover that the Gospel has an economic impact on people and we are challenged as to our own willingness to be faithful to God no matter the cost. This series is based on the book and videos of the Rev Adam Hamilton who journey’s to the places of Paul’s ministry and retraces the steps of the great Apostle. More information on Rev Adam Hamilton and his books, podcasts and other resources can be found at www.adamhamilton.com

The fourth sermon in our series on the life and ministry of Paul. This sermon looks at the second half of Paul’s second missionary journey heading into Thessalonica, Athens and Corinth. Paul, Timothy and Silas are confronted with the many temples to other Gods, as well issues that have the potential to divide the believers. Paul instead calls them to act in love. This series is based on the book and videos of the Rev Adam Hamilton who journey’s to the places of Paul’s ministry and retraces the steps of the great Apostle. More information on Rev Adam Hamilton and his books, podcasts and other resources can be found at www.adamhamilton.com

The third sermon in our series on the life and ministry of Paul. Rev Ray Nutley in this sermon looks at Paul’s second missionary journey heading into Philippi. Paul and Silas are imprisoned and beaten for their faith, but instead of feeling sorry for themselves, they worship, rejoice and praise God, which ministers powerfully to their jailer. This series is based on the book and videos of the Rev Adam Hamilton who journey’s to the places of Paul’s ministry and retraces the steps of the great Apostle. More information on Rev Adam Hamilton and his books, podcasts and other resources can be found at www.adamhamilton.com

The second sermon in our series on the life and ministry of Paul. This sermon looks at Paul’s first missionary journey to the towns and cities in Galatia. The call to go comes to Barnabas and Paul while they are worshiping, so the disciples lay hands on them, and send them out to begin the first of the missionary journeys Paul takes. This series is based on the book and videos of the Rev Adam Hamilton who journeys to the places of Paul’s ministry and retraces the steps of the great Apostle. More information on Rev Adam Hamilton and his books, podcasts and other resources can be found at www.adamhamilton.com

The first sermon in our series on the life and ministry of Paul. This sermon looks at Paul’s background, conversion and early ministry. This series is based on the book and videos of the Rev Adam Hamilton who journeys to the places of Paul’s ministry and retraces the steps of the great Apostle. More information on Rev Adam Hamilton and his books, podcasts and other resources can be found at www.adamhamilton.com (There is a short period of silence both at the start of the sermon and before the video soundtrack starts playing.)

The Interruption of Love and Compassion. – Rev. Stuart.

The first sermon in our series “Covenant Explained” This sermon series looks at what we mean when we talk about being faithful to God and what we commit ourselves to do. Tonight’s sermon looks at the topic of Worship. – Rev. Stuart.

The final message in our Covenant Explained Sermon Series. We look tonight at the importance of fellowship in Christian faithfulness. The Covenant Prayer and response is also recorded. – Rev. Stuart.

The Fourth Sermon in the series on preparing for our covenant service. What it means to be faithful to God. This week we look at “Giving.” – Rev. Stuart.

As we prepare for Covenant service we take a look at aspects of faithful Christian living. Today we look at service. – Rev. Stuart.

As we prepare for Covenant Service, we take a look at aspects of Faithful Christian Living. Today we look at prayer. – Rev. Stuart.