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235 Pennant Hills Road, Thornleigh, Sydney, NSW, Australia

When to Find us

Sunday

9am

English Service, Mandarin Service, Cantonese Bible Study

11am

Cantonese Service, Mandarin Bible Study, English Bible Study

1:30pm

Prayer Meeting (only on 5th week)

3pm

Cantonese Service, English Bible Study

5pm

Cantonese Sunday School, English Family Service

Wednesday

8pm

Prayer Meeting (only on 2nd and 4th week)

Groups

Wednesday

10am

Mandarin and Cantonese Playgroup

7:30pm

English PLUS & Workers

Thursday

10am

Cantonese Leisure Centre

8pm

Cantonese Workers Fellowship (1st and 3rd week)

Friday

9:30am

English Playgroup

7:30pm

English Youth Fellowship (TYF)

7:45pm

Cantonese Youth Fellowship

8pm

Mandarin Youth Fellowship (odd week)

News

24/02/2019

  1. Sabbatical Leave Rev Candy Leung is taking four months’ sabbatical leave from 1st March to 30th June, 2019. In her absence, please contact Ada Ko, Cherry Lai (AM) or Ben Lau (PM) for children’s ministry issues. Please contact our AO, Mandy Wong, for issues related to WWCC (Working with Children Check).

  2. OMF will be holding their state Missions Conference, 2019—Serving the Unseen—on this coming Saturday, 2nd March, at Toongabbie Baptist Church (180 Toongabbie Road, Girraween), from 9:30am to 4:00pm. Adults $40, children (12 and under) $20. This fee includes conference materials, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. The main speaker is James Robertson, an OMF missionary, serving Muslims in East Asia. Come along to discover how you can serve the unseen God among these unseen people! Please register via https://omf.org/australia/nswservingtheunseen/ if you are interested.

  3. The Church Quarterly Members’ Meeting will be held today, at 1pm, in the Main Hall. The Agenda, the Minutes and the Financial Report of the last Quarterly Members’ Meeting are available for collection from the table in the foyer. All members, please make an effort to attend. This is especially important, as a quorum of 40% of the membership is required for us to be able to vote on the appointment of Joe Moormann as an English Ministry Worker. Non-members are also encouraged to attend in order to gain a better understanding of the workings of the church.

    Wendy Fan from the Mandarin Congregation has applied for membership and her application will be presented at the meeting.

17/02/2019

  1. The Church Quarterly Members’ Meeting will be held on next Sunday, 24th February, 2018, at 1pm in the Main Hall. The Agenda, the Minutes and the Financial Report of the last Quarterly Members’ Meeting are available for collection from the table in the foyer. All members, please make an effort to attend. Non-members are also encouraged to attend in order to gain a better understanding of the workings of the church. Wendy Fan from the Mandarin Congregation has applied for membership and her application will be presented at the meeting.

  2. The Normanhurst Christian Education Association wishes to thank churches and individuals who, through prayer and finance, have supported this strategic ministry at Normanhurst Boys’ and Hornsby Girls’ High Schools during 2018. YOU are invited to the NCEA Annual General Meeting to be held tomorrow evening, Monday 18th February, in the Normanhurst Uniting Church cottage, Buckingham Ave, Normanhurst. The Meeting is scheduled to commence at 7 pm and conclude by about 8 pm. Enquiries 9980 835

Sermons

The Glory of God

Date: 
24/02/2019
Service: 
English AM
Speaker: 
Guest Speaker
Ian Clarke
Passage: 
Romans 3:21-31 (NIV) Read...

The Glory of God

Date: 
24/02/2019
Service: 
English PM
Speaker: 
Guest Speaker
Ian Clarke
Passage: 
Romans 3:21-31 (NIV) Read...

人的墮落

Date: 
24/02/2019
Service: 
國語
Speaker: 
Trent Tsai
Passage: 
Genesis 3:1-19 (NIV) Read...

Who are We

Chinese and Australian Baptist Church - Thornleigh was founded in July 1989. Since 1984, Rev. Joseph Fung responded to God's guidance, and, together with Rev. Burman of Eastwood Baptist Church began to reach out to the Cantonese speaking Chinese migrant community, resulting in the establishment of CABC Thornleigh. All this time the Church has upheld its foundation – the Word of God. The ministry of our church has always centred on the Word of God – our Sunday worship, our all-age Sunday school, our cell groups and fellowship groups all built upon this foundation; but from the beginning, never forgetting the Great Commission. Right from the beginning, CABC-Thornleigh already established a mission fund, supporting local and overseas mission.

Here we see a beautiful picture, the Australian and Chinese pastors and brothers and sisters then, in responding to the gospel need of the community, joined in local mission, establishing the church, spreading the Word of God, and supporting overseas missions. Just as the Lord Jesus, before his ascension, instructed the apostles and said, “…You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). We thank God for His provision throughout the years, for establishing CABC-Thornleigh this big spiritual family to proclaim Christ and witness the power of His Gospel.

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