Here at the Callide Valley Presbyterian Church we are taking seriously the threat posed to our community by COVID-19. For Term 4 we are limited to a maximum number of 50 people in our church building at any one time. We are working hard to provide on-line content for all our members throughout Term 4. Our series for Term 4 comes from the book of 1Timothy and is called “The Household of God”. Our Growth Group Study Material is available for download here. Our Sunday sermon for October the 4th “The Life of Paul” is available here. Part A of Talk 1 “Our New Household” is available here. Part B of Talk 1 “Our New Household” is available here. Part A of Talk 2 “Household Ministry” is available here. Part B of Talk 2 “Household Ministry” is available here. Talk 3 “God’s Peaceful Household” is available here. Talk 4 “God’s Saving Household” is available here. Talk 5 “Leading In God’s Household” is available here.
Our VIP-Net Youth group is meeting Sunday afternoons from 4pm-6pm at the church for Term 4, and our VIP-Net Juniors are meeting Tuesday nights 6pm – 7.15pm.
We strongly encourage all of our members to practice ‘social distancing’ and to stay at home if you are not well. For further information please refer to the government website: https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus.
Here at CVPC we’re a community of people from the local region who are brought together by the love of God, shown in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We practice living out God’s love for our community. In light of recent government announcements and policies designed to combat the spread of COVID-19, we are committed to contacting each other by phone, e-mail, text, facebook, and through arranging on-line meetings via Skype, Zoom and other similar packages (while remaining in our homes).
If you’re part of the Callide Valley Community, or have just moved here and are looking to feel at home, we’d love to get to know you, and help you get to know Jesus too. In order to help you get to know us, feel free to get in touch, by emailing our minister Andrew Purcell (firstname.lastname@example.org), or give us a call on 0439 510 500.