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Welcome to Wesley Castle Hill  

Our Vision —
To be a caring church uniting people in Christ

      Our Values:

  • Worshipping joyfully, praying and studying the Scriptures.
  • Preaching God's Word with relevance and challenge.
  • Recognising and using the gifts of God's Holy Spirit.
  • Growing as disciples of Christ and in discerning His will.
  • Acknowledging God's creation and our responsibility for its preservation.
  • Including all people as recipients of God's grace and welcome in our fellowship.
  • Caring for each other and serving the wider community.

Paama Seaside Church

In Partnership with Paama Seaside Church,
Port Vila, Vanuatu

 

Service Next Sunday

Sunday 25th April (Easter 4, Anzac Day) 9:30am
Lectionary Readings
Acts 2:42-4; Psalm 23; 1 Peter 2:19-25; John 10:1-10

Online Services can be viewed
• Upcoming services (when available) on our YouTube page
• 18th April service Here
• List of recent recorded services and
  the text of sermons are available on our Sermons page

Student Minister
Heewon Chang
Heewon Chang

Contact Details:

  Email Minister:     minister@wesleycastlehill.org.au
  Email Office:     admin@wesleycastlehill.org.au
  Telephone:   (02) 9894 8999
                   Tues - Fri,  9:30 - 2:30 
  Mail:  PO Box 515, Castle Hill 1765

Market Day
Minister's thought to share
Easter is not done ... it is just the beginning


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Thought of the Week:

As mentioned in an earlier Thought for the Week, the first words that Jesus spoke to his disciples following the resurrection were, “Peace be with you!” (John 20:19)
But it is fascinating that just a short time later those same disciples seemed lost and rudderless, when Simon Peter suggested that they go fishing, returning to their old way of life. (John 21:1-3)
They seemed to have lost that peace with which they had been greeted on the day of resurrection. It was only after Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit with power, that the disciples experienced the continual presence and peace of the Risen Lord. (Acts 2:1-4)
What do we learn from this? Jesus' peace is not something that can be stored up, it is something that we receive as a gift, every day. We can experience the presence and peace of the Risen Lord because, we too, have the Holy Spirit to help us. The more we are in touch with our Risen Lord, day by day, the more we shall experience his peace, day by day.

Current News

Wesley Walkers are back
Next walk on Saturday 17th April, Point Clare to Woy Woy. Meet at the car park at 9am. Details on Wesley Walkers page.


Wesley Seniors April luncheon
Wednesday 28th April at 12 noon. Visit by Wesley Preschool children. Donation $10.


Trivia Fundraiser for UNICEF
Friday 30th April 7pm
Price $15 pp or $80 for a team of 6
BYO snacks and drinks
Tea and coffee available.
More details from Ashleigh Armstrong, or by scanning the QR code for Humanitix website


Market Day (a smaller, Covid-safe version of our Garage Sale),
⇦ see poster opposite
Saturday 1st May, 8:30 to 1:30pm.
Supporting Hawkesbury's Helping Hands

Unfortunately we can not accept further donations, as our storage is full.


Wesley Seniors 'Cook for Syria' luncheon
Wednesday 26th May at 12 noon. For more details of this fundraising initiative, talk to Jan Mullan or Lesley Martin.


Fuse Youth Group (for Year 5 on at school)
Meets Friday nights, 6:45 - 8:15
More information, contact Lynette or Nicola.


Joint Nominating Committee
With the departure of Rev. John Barr, there is an increased desire to know what progress is being made by the Joint Nominating Committee. The committee continues to meet regularly and considers all options available for a full time Minister of the Word for Wesley.
Confidentiality is critical to the work of the JNC and they are unable to discuss the processes that they undertake or the candidates put forward and considered. All members of the JNC are grateful for your continuing prayers supporting their work.


Thank you
We all know that 2020 was a difficult year. Thanks to the generosity of our members who have maintained and even increased their giving, we have been able to keep our heads above water. Thank you for your commitment to the ongoing work of Wesley Castle Hill as we serve God an our community.


Newscope is being produced, and will still be emailed to members, or recent issues can be downloaded here.
Printed copies will also be available for those who return to church, and mailed to those who are unable to attend.


Free Verandah Library (at McPhail Cottage) is now closed

Playgroups
Playgroups are suspended during the current restrictions on gatherings

Have you considered Giving Direct?
There is information and a link to download a form here.


Newscope weekly newsletter is available for download here


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