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We meet at 10am Sundays, 11 Frost Street. You’re most welcome to visit.

Small Groups

Our church family meets together in smaller groups through the week to spend time praying, encouraging each other and sharing what God is doing in our lives.

We also share a meal, enjoy the outdoors and time together. Contact Dan 0417 038 943.

How to make a regular contribution to our local and overseas mission:

Online Bank Deposit:

BSB: 067105

Account No: 1047 7868

Name: Snug Christian Church

ABOUT

WE LOVE THE GOSPEL

Snug Christian Church is not a building. It’s a group of people. Ordinary people from all walks of life who have come to know that Jesus is the saviour of the world. What does he save us from? He saves us from God’s judgment – eternal separation from God, which is coming on every single person for rejecting and rebelling against him, doing things their own way instead of God’s way. Jesus saves us by taking God’s judgment on himself; removing our guilt if we accept his sacrifice in our place and follow him as rightful king over us. For those who accept Jesus, God promises eternal life with him in a new world, where everything is good and right, where there is joy and peace – to an extent that we can’t imagine.

This is the ‘good news’ that Christians believe to be true and it gives us meaning, direction and hope for this life and great optimism for the life to come.

We are an independent evangelical church:

We are connected to the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches FIEC. As such, we are an independent reformed evangelical church. You can jump to our Beliefs now if you like. Otherwise, here’s a summary of some of our distinctive beliefs:

Summary of Beliefs:

Scripture Alone is God’s Spirit-breathed revelation to us, the sufficient and final authority by which we live and grow in godliness (2 Timothy 3:14-17).

Christ Alone is the one true saviour of the world (Acts 4:10-12), taking on himself the consequences of human sin in his death (2 Corinthians 5:21). As Jesus rose from the dead, so God will raise to eternal life all those who put their faith in Jesus.

Grace Alone is the only basis for our salvation which we receive by faith alone and not by works (Ephesians 2:8-9), though good works are a definite fruit of our salvation (John 15:5-8, Ephesians 2:10, James 2:14-26).

All of this and all that we do is for the Glory of God Alone (Romans 11:36; 1 Corinthians 10:31).

Our Vision:

Our vision is “to be a gospel-centred, disciple-making community in Snug, the Channel and beyond”. More on this can be found on the Vision page.

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Book: Genesis (1), Revelation (1).

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God's Purpose
Genesis 1:1 - Revelation 21:3 (Part of the Life on Purpose series).
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Preached by Daniel Headley on January 31, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
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