Monthly ArchivesApril 2024

Living for God in a world that isn’t image

Our sermon series on 1 Corinthians begins on Sunday the 5th of May. In this letter, Paul aims to provide practical advice to the Corinthians – who are living in a wealthy, cosmopolitan, commercial centre just like us. Their way of life is too much like Corinth’s and not enough like God’s. This is the same challenge that we face living as God’s people in Wollongong. As Paul helps the Corinthian Church through their problems using the gospel as their motivation, he shows them that what they actually need is a deeper understanding of what God has done through Jesus’ life, because they have forgotten, misunderstood or rejected these implications. Join us as we gain greater clarity of the gospel and as ...

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Easter 2024 Photo Gallery image

The Easter weekend was super encouraging! We are very thankful for all of those who joined us. On Good Friday, 275 Keira St was overflowing as we came together to reflect on how Jesus’ crucifixion is the most significant death in history. We also witnessed nine baptisms. It was so, so good! Then on Sunday, as well as celebrating Jesus’ resurrection, we celebrated the official launch of three Sunday gatherings at Salt Church with bacon + egg rolls as well as an Easter egg hunt after the morning gatherings, and a pub feed at North Gong Hotel after the 5:00 pm gathering. Praise God! Enjoy this gallery of photos captured over the weekend…  

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Joy, no matter what – Philippians 1 & 2 image

In our next series we’ll look at the first two chapters of Philippians. As Salt Church deals with change (moving from two gatherings to three), we want to remind each other that we are still partners in sharing the gospel and not to be discouraged by the things (like change) that we are wrestling with. In his letter to the Philippians, Paul writes about exactly this. He reminds them of his love for them, his prayers for them, that he’s still dedicated to sharing the gospel for their sakes, and not to be surprised or discouraged by suffering. Because Jesus told them to expect suffering. And because God is sovereign over all, including suffering. Paul urges the Philippians to imitate Christ and ...

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