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Welcome everyone
You’ll find up-to-date links and resources here.

FOR ALL, below are videos of sermon and some hymns.
Parents, scroll down for links for you and your children.
For sermon transcript: click here.

HYMNS, a familiar one and a new one.

Praise My Soul The King of Heaven by Henry F. Lyte

Perfect Wisdom of Our God by Keith & Kristyn Getty.

Craft can be downloaded here: activity pdf

1. Palm Sunday talk from our friends at St Albans, Highgate

2. Kids’ Talk with Colin Buchanan

* Extra Videos for All Ages

Keeping Mentally Healthy

To keep us updated with how you are, provide feedback, or offer help, please email

Yours in Christ, Rev. Devan

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Special Announcement (COVID–19 Response)

St Nicholas’ Rockingham is stopping all services and public ministry events, until further notice.

We believe this is the best way to love God and our neighbours at this time.

For up to date news, links, and resources: click here.

What did Jesus Christ come to do? Many people have heard about Jesus but do they know what He came to accomplish? What was His mission? How was He going to fulfil it? And so what? Just how does Jesus and His mission concern us?
The second half of Mark’s historical eyewitness account answers such questions. Join us as we see from Mark ch.9 onwards, why Jesus journeys to the cross and then rises from the dead and what it means for us.

A 2020 preaching plan can be found here.

May you be blessed as you receive the Lord Jesus.

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Please let us know if you have any questions about Jesus Christ, what it means to follow Him, who we are, or what it means to belong to our fellowship.


Rev. Devan Foster – 0466 606 340
email Rev. Devan Foster

For urgent matters requiring a swift response please contact the minister directly by mobile. Thank you.

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For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that you through His poverty might become rich.

2 Corinthians 8:9