Upcoming Events


Tree of Life Workshop – with Deborah Gill Saturday 26 November 1-5.30pm @ ECC in the upper room. Tree of Life is a narrative therapy concept using trees as a metaphor for thinking about our lives. A gentle way of celebrating and processing different aspects of ourselves. Spaces are limited. Ask Deborah for more details. […]



If you are interested in getting involved in any of these community activities please contact the church office. Art Class A great outlet for your creative side. Whether you’re the master, or you’ve never picked up a paintbrush before, you’ll enjoy this relaxed group that meets together Saturdays 10:30 am to 3:00 pm. Christianity Explored […]



Giving is a natural response to a generous God.  The Bible says that ‘each person should give what they have decided in their heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver (1 Corinthians 9:7.) Your giving enables us to: support our Mission Partners around the world employ our staff […]

Pastor’s Piece

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This week, people who care for the elderly and disabled received an historic pay rise.  Herald columnist, Claire Trevett, likened the bill to the miracle of the feeding the 5000 since it was so unusual.  Fellow columnist, Raybon Kan likened people who care for others to solders who serve. For once, I agree with him!

He writes, “Until this settlement, carers were paid in prices from the past, prices in black and white, seemingly calculated during the heyday of their customers.  It’s surprising they weren’t paid in pounds and shillings.  If anyone deserves a “Lest we forget”, it’s carers.  Talk about your unknown soldier.”

This Anzac Day we rightly remember the men and women who fought and died in wars in other lands.  But Kan’s comments remind me that we should also celebrate and support our modern day “soldiers” who serve, often with little recognition.  Many of them will be unaffected by the government’s latest announcement as they don’t get paid anyway.  To them – to you – who care, may I say, THANK YOU!  You follow the example of Christ, who came “not to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45)




  • Construction Zone


    The best place to be on Sunday morning for primary and intermediate school ages!  Learn Biblical values through creatively presented Bible stories and join in activities and Bible study with your small group.  Sundays 10:30 to 11:30 am downstairs.          

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    Life Groups

    Life Groups (or Home Groups) meet weekly, fortnightly or four weekly for Bible study, prayer and fellowship.  They are a great way to get to other people and develop a closer community than is possible on Sunday mornings.  Studies often relate to the sermon topic, or are based on a book or video series.  Supper […]

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    Discovery Zone

    Our Daystar kindy next door provides a beautiful space for the children to play.  Thery also enjoy morning tea together, hear a Bible story and do a related activity.   Parents are welcome to stay. Supervision is by an awesome parent, grandparent and friend roster.  Sundays 10:00 to 11:30 am during term time.

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    Eden Youth

    Our vision: Raising disciples to follow Christ, grow in faith and reach the community.  

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