The funeral for our dear sister in Christ, Penny McKinnon took place in Wauchope church on Friday, 9th October 2020. You can watch the live-stream of this service by clicking here. Or copy and paste this link into your web browser https://youtu.be/4SFym57faL0
New restrictions due to the Covid 19 pandemic mean that we are not permitted to gather publicly for worship at the present time. We will endeavour to bring the teaching of the Word of God to you in your own home by means of the technology available to us, by live phone-in, live stream video … [Read more…]
The Sunday School picnic and congregational outing will be held on Saturday 30th November 2019 at Pilot Beach, Dumbogan commencing with a BYO picnic lunch from 11am. All are welcome and encouraged to participate. Certificates and book awards to be presented to the children and young people on Sunday 1st December after the morning service.
The Lord’s Supper will be held in Wauchope during the 10am morning service on 24th November 2019. Visitors who are believers in the Lord Jesus Christ and members in good standing in another bible-believing church are welcome to participate with us as we remember the death of our Lord and anticipate his return in glory.
A Thanksgiving Service will be held in the Kindee Church on 22nd June 2019 to mark the 80th anniversary of the opening of Kindee building on 23rd June 1939. The service will be followed by food and refreshments. All welcome.
The Lord’s Supper will be held in Wauchope during the 10am morning service on 24th March 2019. Visitors who are believers in the Lord Jesus Christ and members in good standing in another bible-believing church are welcome to participate with us in this holy commemoration of our Lord’s death.
Rev John Forbes was inducted as minister of the Hastings River PCEA congregation on 24th November 2018. John is married to Mary and they have five children. They have come to Australia from Scotland where John previously ministered for ten years in the Free Church of Scotland at Bonar Bridge & Lairg.
Welcome to the new, updated website for the Hastings River Congregation. It has been a while in coming and I apologise for the delay. I hope it will be of value and use to the members of the Congregation and a wider witness to anyone who wants to pay us a visit, whether online or … [Read more…]