Find out what Christians think of Jesus
See what's on offer for children, young people & families at St Bede's
Come and join us for an informal service, great bible teaching and good company
Feb 22, 2015 – Minor Details
Mar 1, 2015 – Crumbed Blessings
Mar 8, 2015 – Look, But Don’t Touch
Mar 15, 2015 – In Your Dreams!
Mar 22, 2015 – The Tipping Point
Jan 4, 2015 – Family Blues: Choosing Favourites
Jan 11, 2015 – Family Blues: Misspent Youth
Jan 18, 2015 – Family Blues: Breaking Bad
Jan 25, 2015 – Family Blues: Raising Hope
Feb 8, 2015 – Family Blues: Making Up
Join us for a free course over 6 weeks exploring Christianity.
This is a great opportunity to discuss matters of faith, ask questions or simply listen as we consider what Jesus said and did. Evenings are deliberately low-key and light refreshments are provided.
St Bede’s has a history as a praying church. In fact, the word ‘bede’ actually means ‘a prayer’ and is where prayer ‘beads’ derived from. Prayer groups and faithful individuals at Drummoyne have been asking bold things of God for many generations.
The Bede Tree has been established to allow members of St Bede’s to connect with a network of people who will pray for specific needs of our congregation and community.
if you have a matter for prayer, please contact the minister. You can also leave prayer requests for The Bede Tree on the pew forms on a Sunday.
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