Sunday 17-Oct-2021


It’s great to have you join with us for our online worship service. We trust that the Lord will minister to you as you worship Him today.
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Today we had a different style of service where some folk from the church shared what God has been doing in them and through them.

Pastor’s Probe

How did you spend your freedom week? After more than 100 days, Sydney siders emerged from lockdown on the 11th October. I wonder if you were brave enough to do any Freedom Day stuff. I had Freedom Day hair cut, did some shopping at a retail store, we had dinner with friends, some of us are having a picnic today.

It is good to be free, isn’t it? But with freedom comes responsibility. We must still wear masks, get tested for Covid, sanitise our hands, get vaccinated, stay home if we are feeling sick etc. Failure to be responsible with freedom can be disastrous.

In Galatians 5:1 Paul breaks the good news, if you have believed in Jesus – You are set free from slavery to sin. However, Paul urges those who are free –  to stand firm, and not be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. Rather than using our freedom to indulge in sinful nature, we are to serve one another in love (Gal 5:13).

Although as Christians we have freedom to do anything we want, we must not be irresponsible. May we use our freedom to love God and to love those around us. 

Pastor Dilan Jayasinghe


Our first song is “Come People of the Risen King”. Please click the play button to watch the clip and join your voice in singing when the song begins.


A time of sharing from members of our congregation.


Our second song today is “My Worth is Not in What I Own”.

The final song for today is “Oh How Good It Is”.


Resuming In-Person Services

We continue to plan for our return to in-person services later this year. In the meantime, continue to join us online each week.

Food bank

The Food Bank continues to operate during this COVID season. See more about the food bank, including how to donate.


While we cannot accept cash offerings at the moment, we still encourage regular attendees to consider how they can financially support the work of the church. See more on how to give to BCCB.