Sunday Service

We would love for you to join us for our Sunday Service! We would love to know you were here so please send us a photo, comment below or send the office an email!

Sunday School is now online! There are some resources to help our kids engage with the service but also a video that is more kid focused with resources to help them engage, We would love for you to check it out! Head to http://eppingbaptist.org.au/ebc-kids-online/

Below are the lyrics for the songs this morning.

18 Comments
  • Lyn Eggleston
    Posted at 09:20h, 29 March Reply

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!! It has been an anxious week and so good to look to Jesus more and more. We are so fortunate to have you online and also to be able to access encouraging gyms and songs and encouragement from others as well.

    Julian and I are here with the cats, appreciating your love and care. Blessings to everyone as they go about their life in changed circumstances.

  • Shirley Ratinac
    Posted at 09:41h, 29 March Reply

    Wow. What a privilege to worship with my whole actual family together in the living room, and with my whole church family on-line. Thanks Dan M. for an inspiring message = so applicable to the world situation. I miss you all!

  • Richard, Alison, Jess & Matt
    Posted at 10:03h, 29 March Reply

    A great reminder for us to focus on the unseen in these different times. Thanks to Dan and the pastoral team. We really enjoyed the singing as well!

  • Brian Burleigh
    Posted at 10:08h, 29 March Reply

    Yes, Thank you Dan, for a challenging message. And how nice to have shared in that worship service of my church fellowship. Together in spirit, although we can’t meet in person. May God bless and encourage you all. Brian.

  • Naree Bell
    Posted at 10:12h, 29 March Reply

    What an uplifting service, Thank you…
    My prayers are with you all
    GOD BLESS

  • Wendy Horsfield
    Posted at 10:51h, 29 March Reply

    So great to see you all again. Won’t it be good when we can get back together and worship as we used to? Thank you to all the pastors, musicians and to Dan for his message – so appropriate for today: focus on Jesus and develop habits of devotion.
    Blessings to everyone.

  • Daniel Mason
    Posted at 10:59h, 29 March Reply

    Thank you to the pastors, the worship team and to Dan for this service. This was a timely reminder to remain focused on Jesus and to develop daily habits to draw closer to Him. Thank you!

  • Veronica K
    Posted at 11:45h, 29 March Reply

    What a great worship service! Thank you to our pastors and the worship team.

    “We are not here to stop persecution but to empower and support the persecuted church” – words of truth and wisdom. Thank you Dan McPhee.

  • Shaun and Erica
    Posted at 12:16h, 29 March Reply

    Great message Dan and team. Erica and I enjoyed the whole service very much and all that contributed to it. We prayed afterwards for local and overseas concerns and am planning on being relevant to our immediate community today and next week.
    Know that you particularly and our brothers and sisters are being supported in word, prayer, deed and importantly, financially.
    Love you all.
    Shaun and Erica

  • Jenny Williams
    Posted at 12:40h, 29 March Reply

    Thank you to all who were involved in creating this service. Dan, you opened my eyes more to what can happen to people who risk everything to speak of Jesus … and you challenged me to use this time to develop deeper patterns of devotion. Looking forward to checking out the kids’ space, Eliza! What a ministry you have!
    Keep well all my pastors and all who are holding us together in this new way. Bless you!

    • Arlene Khor
      Posted at 19:00h, 29 March Reply

      Thank you to all our pastors and the musicians today with their beautiful harmonies. An uplifting service and truely humbling message from Dan. God bless us and help us to keep our eyes fixed firmly on you.

  • Gwen Frost
    Posted at 14:01h, 29 March Reply

    Gwen, Bruce and Eliza loved church this morning – thank you to all who participated.

  • Roslyn Harrison
    Posted at 15:12h, 29 March Reply

    ROSLYN HARRISON

    This was my first on-line service [I was returning from holidays last Sunday] and I had tears in my eyes as it started and as we started to sing the first song! I do Praise God for such creativity and commitment from our pastoral team and musicians and technical support team so as to enable us to ‘be’ together in this remarkable way! How very, very good that we can overcome all efforts to keep us apart through the use of technology that seems often to have lots of negative effects. But not today!
    I really appreciated every aspect of the whole service. It is so important, isn’t it, to keep focus on Jesus – and this service highlighted that very effectively.
    I am looking forward to next Sunday already! Meanwhile, you are all in my prayers. Bless you all.

  • Bruce Caldwell
    Posted at 15:51h, 29 March Reply

    That you for this mornings worship service and message. Also, for your tuesday and thursday insights.

  • Kerry Todd-Smith
    Posted at 18:12h, 29 March Reply

    Great service. Thank you band, pastors and Dan.
    Very encouraging when we can’t meet in person.

  • Jeanie Bartholomew
    Posted at 20:14h, 29 March Reply

    Thank you for the lovely worship service,it is a great service, hymns, prayers, and very encouraging message Dan. Yes, I do receive the Open Doors weekly message, it is so helpful. Praying for all the pastors at Epping Baptist, keep well.

  • Gangell Family
    Posted at 20:53h, 29 March Reply

    We are all here. What a strong and powerful message tonight. Thank You Dan. We have such wonderful hope and renewal ahead of us. Loved the sentence, ‘ Jesus is the medicine for the world’. The band was good.

  • Gordon Bartlett
    Posted at 16:03h, 31 March Reply

    The challenge is for us all.
    at this time I am reminded of the pictures on the TV
    as to how others are surviving. Yes, surviving, and we
    are blessed with a Government that cares, is “doing”
    rather than “talking”
    jesus cares, don’t forget that!.

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