If you're new at NEAC we'd love to meet you (if we haven't already). Coming along to church for the first time might not feel like an easy thing to do. We want to help you feel welcomed by the first person you meet. We'd also love to share with you some of the things happening at church. If you'd like to know more, speak to anyone of the NEAC ministry staff or share your details with us here.
At NEAC we are committed to creating spaces where we can encourage, experience and express the “one another” life of Christian community outside Sunday services. Each week in Small Groups we hope to do this by talking with each other, praying together and looking at God’s word.
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As a church, we recognise that everything we have and are is from and for God. We seek to support the preaching of the good news of Jesus here in Erskineville & Newtown and around the world. To this end, we encourage our regular members to give as they are able to support the growth of God’s kingdom.
We recommend electronic transfers to enable giving to be regular and anonymous. You can also give via credit card.
At NEAC we think Jesus gets to our desk Monday morning before we do. He is not just interested in our work, he is Lord over it. If Jesus’ grace changes everything, how does it alter our everyday work stresses? The communication breakdown in our office emails? Our career questions and longings?
The gospel of Jesus Christ reveals the nature of our hearts, our world and God’s kingdom. In light of the gospel our whole vision of work changes. Our prayer is that God would release many people to use the precious gifts and time he has given them to work in Jesus’ name.
Twice a year, we run a lecture to help us contemplate what it looks like for us to be captivated by Jesus in our working life.
The culmination of the first half of Mark is found in this discussion of Jesus' identity and what it truly means for him to be the Messiah. Jesus rebukes Peter’s misunderstanding of his role as the Messiah, instead, he will suffer and die. His followers are likewise summoned to take up their cross and follow.