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Why I Believe

3 nights of finding out what Christians believe and why Why I Believe will be live streamed on our Facebook page and Youtube Channel at 7.30pm on Friday 4th, 11th and 18th of September. Each week will cover a different topic to get you thinking. The topics for each week are as follows: September 4th – Were we made to know God? September 11th – What’s stopping us from knowing God? September 18th – How do we get to know God fully? Whether you’re totally new to Christianity, know a bit about it or have been in church for years, these nights will be helpful to explore more of what Christians believe and why they believe it. Find out more ...

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Pure Words | Tuesday, July 28 standard

Prov 30:5, Psalm 12:6 30:5 Every word of God is purified; he is like a shield for those who take refuge in him. 12:6 The Lord’s words are absolutely reliable. They are as untainted as silver purified in a furnace on the ground, where it is thoroughly refined.     One thought: Words are powerful and from the lips of sinners, dangerous. But God’s words are pure and always good.     Three questions: How do we think about God’s words as pure in terms of the Bible we own – this may be helpful. https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/essay/authority-inerrancy-scripture/   Do you trust God’s motives when you read the Bible?   Ask God to help an unbeliever you know – trust that His ...

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Happy Trees | Monday, July 27 standard

Ps 1:1–3 1:1 How blessed is the one who does not follow the advice of the wicked, or stand in the pathway with sinners, or sit in the assembly of scoffers! 2 Instead he finds pleasure in obeying the Lord’s commands; he meditates on his commands day and night. 3 He is like a tree planted by flowing streams; it yields its fruit at the proper time, and its leaves never fall off. He succeeds in everything he attempts.     One thought: We flourish feel most content in life when we delight in obeying the Lord’s commands     Three questions: What does in mean to be blessed?   Do you delight in following God’s commands?   Meditate on ...

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Worthy of Reflection | Sunday, July 26 standard

Phil 4:8–9 4:8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is worthy of respect, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if something is excellent or praiseworthy, think about these things. 9 And what you learned and received and heard and saw in me, do these things. And the God of peace will be with you.     One thought: In the age of distraction – to spend a few minutes a day reflecting on God’s truths would be a blessing of great value.     Three questions: What would God want us to be thinking about more?   Do you want to think about God’s truths more?   Move your apps around so ...

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Doctrine: sermon series

Doctrine: what Christians believe and why it’s good The dictionary definition of Doctrine is: “A belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a Church, political party, or other group”. What do Christians believe – what are our “Doctrines”? When there’s so much disagreement about what is true among religious people, and even among people who call themselves Christians, what do Christians actually believe? And is what Christians believe good? Is it compelling, liveable, beautiful and better than what our culture says is right and good? Have a listen and find out as we unpack 10 massively important truths from the Bible in this series about Doctrine.

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We're Covid Safe

Salt Church is registered as a Covid-safe organisation. Ahead of our return to 275 at 5pm Sunday the 19th we have been registered with the NSW Governement. Here are the things we’ve put in place to ensure our building remains a safe place: Things to do: ✔️ Sanitise your hands as you enter the building (greeters will have sanitiser) and frequently wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds. ✔️ Provide your name and phone number at the door, if contact tracing is required ✔️ Maintain appropriate physical distancing ✔️ Fill out a connection card so we know you’re here with us (for contact tracing, if required) ✔️ Bring your own Bible ✔️ Bring your own drink bottle ...

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1 Peter - live differently

1 Peter: Live Different Why do Christians try to live differently to the rest of the world? What does that look like? Starting Sunday the 3rd of May – we will be checking out what Peter wrote almost two thousand years ago to people just like us, to help them answer these very questions. We hope you check out the sermons during our Sunday gatherings and the follow up Q&A over the next ten weeks as we dig into God’s words to us. New Devotions A new series also means new devotional emails. To get the latest reading plan so that you can follow along – go to www.saltchurch.info/getdevotions Sermon recordings

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Easter 2020

Easter is a celebration of the historic events of Jesus death (Good Friday) and resurrection (Easter Sunday). At Salt Church, we gather together to remember and celebrate the significance of Easter to Christians and all humanity. Come join with us online at 10am on Friday and 10am or 5pm on Sunday to find out more about Easter and Jesus as the King. If you haven’t been to church before, or it’s been a long time since you looked into Jesus, we’re especially excited to meet and get to know you – and for you to get to know us! We’d love to share with you about our Great God and the wonderful things he’s done for us. This year we’re ...

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Covid19 & Coronavirus update

Update: We’ve made the difficult decision to move our church gatherings online instead of meeting physically as a church. We will be creating video resources for our members and guests to use as they gather as a church at home. You can find join us online here. Here is a video from Michael Plaege, our Lead Pastor, speaking more about this decision and its implications for us:  Dear Church Family, With the increased spread of COVID19 (Coronavirus) and the growing social implications for our region, we want to assure our church family that we’re committed to taking appropriate precautions during this time without alarmism nor complacency. Added to that, we want to encourage our church family to continue to ...

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