1. Baptismal Service will be held on Sunday, 26th December, the list will be announced soon.

  2. Quarterly Members’ Meeting The QMM will be held in person at Church at 1pm, today, Nov 28. Members have been sent papers via email on Thursday Nov. 25. If you are a member and you have not received any email on Thursday, please check your junk mail; failing that, please contact office@cabc-t.org.au as soon as possible to have it sent to you.

    Anyone wishes to attend this meeting at church, please register via https://signup.com/go/LOOyJRu. Others can view the meeting via YouTube.

  3. A new church calendar year starts today. As we emphasize on the humanity of Christianity over this coming year of preaching and teaching, we begin with the advent series called People of Hope based on the gospel of Luke.

  4. Some new Dads Groups are being started. If you are becoming a father or are already one especially with young kids, please contact Elon.chiu@cabc-t.org.au.

  5. The special service at 4pm will continue to be held Sunday, in the Manse. All are welcome even if you are in the 9am service. Please sign up online.

  6. Working Bee Workng Bee has completed yesterday. Thanks to the over fifty brothers and sisters who came and helped.

  7. Christmas Event:
     The Carols in the (car)Park event (English) will happen on Sat. Dec. 18, 5:30pm, save the date and start inviting people now ! Also, there will be a special Christmas Day service held on Sat. Dec 25 at 9am. Please refer to the flyers attached/inserts.
     Mandarin Congregation will be having their Gospel Sunday service held on Dec. 12, at 9am, followed by a Christmas get together from 10:30am- 12:00pm. There will be Carol singing, sharing and fellowship. Please invite your friend to come. A special gift will be handed to everyone who joins.
     「同心協力送佳音」 A few activities to help spread the gospel during the festive season has started. All are welcome to join.

  8. Mandarin Service & Children Sunday School will resume in-person service starting next Sunday Dec.5, 2021.

  9. All COVID-19 safety guidelines must be followed for those who come to church for service or any other activities.


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.