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Find out more about who we are and how you can become part of our church family.
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Find out about how you can serve within our church family with a heart for the lost.
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Who We Are
And Why We Talk About Jesus
That's why we focus on him each Sunday, especially on the cross of Jesus and the redemption and hope he offers to everyone. We'd love you to investigate Jesus for yourself. Come along to one of our services, grab one the biographies of Jesus from the Bible and talk to our friendly Connect team.
We love Jesus
We believe that Jesus, as both God and man, died on the cross in our place and was raised to life to redeem us and so that we might have eternal life.
We love the bible
We believe God wants us to know him through Jesus, and that the Bible is all about Jesus and his great love for us.
we love the church
We believe that people who follow Jesus become part of God’s family, and that we love each other because God first loved us.
we love you
It doesn’t matter who you are, what your background is, or how good or bad you’ve been.. Jesus offers the same hope to everybody through the cross.
How is it that mere human beings can show relentless love to those who have persecuted them? How could the apostle Paul say, while imprisoned by his Roman guards: “I will continue to rejoice!” (Philippians 1:18) The answer is that it is only possible through the original and relentless love of God. Relentless Love During The[…]
Do you find yourself struggling with shame and guilt? Is there a difference between the two? What Is Shame? Shame is the feeling that there is something wrong with you. The feeling of guilt is about doing something wrong, whereas shame is about being wrong at the core. The feeling of shame comes from the[…]
This Is Love The truth about Jesus is really quite simple: This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. (1 John 3:16) But just because something is simple doesn’t mean it’s not profound. This[…]
Does the Bible condone slavery? In the developed world, you may be tempted to think that slavery was eliminated following the Civil War in the United States and by William Wilberforce’s efforts in the British Parliament. But the practice still continues today in one form or another in every country in the world. From women[…]
Being Jesus in your community might sound daunting. You might think that you need to be outgoing or confident or theologically trained in order to take up this role. But the truth is that anyone can be Jesus to those around them, even if you start with those in your immediate circle of friends and[…]
A partner church is one way dozens of churches around Australia are benefiting from people investing in Gospel ministry at Creek Road. We’re making our sermon series PowerPoints, song-selection, service outlines, video setup pieces, Kids Church lessons and Growth Group booklets from previous terms available as resources to these churches via a partnership arrangement with[…]
An Introduction to the Five Steps of the C.U.R.E. Can you see what happened here during this conversation? Simon showed some vulnerability, even though it was cloaked in a joking way. Ethan’s response was some fleeting sympathy followed by turning the conversation to himself. Has this ever happened to you? Do you remember how that[…]
If you are a child of the 80s, you’ll remember the famous line from the original movie Wall Street: “Greed is good.” It’s been used in all kinds of ways since, and the actor who played the character who uttered those words has also said: “Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is[…]
Humans being need connection and flourish when they’re getting it. At Creek Road, we often talk about Connect, Grow and Serve. Apart from this motto being one our church lives by, connection, growth and service have been proven to be crucial for humans to flourish. Why is it important that people connect with each other[…]
In an age of demanding that our personal rights be recognised and great offence is often taken if we feel slighted, isn’t it outrageous to ask people to lay down their rights? In a culture obsessed with winning the argument, how can we ask you to surrender? The answer is that laying down your rights[…]