Adventists believe life is more than just the accumulation of "stuff". It’s about more than just surviving. It means more than simply maximising pleasure and minimising pain. We believe every life is of infinite value. Why? Because every human is miraculously crafted by God who wants us to live life to the full. What's more, He sent His Son to demonstrate true love, forgiveness and grace.
You are welcome to attend on your own or with a friend, and you can find new friends here.
The meetings are open to anyone aged 18+ who would like to attend, regardless of church attendance or religious beliefs.
Celebrate Recovery® is an internationally recognised, Christ-centred 12-step program. It has been running at Reedy Creek for a number of years and the many people who've participated have had personal victories over habits such as alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, and internet-based addictions.
Others have received help in dealing with the trauma of life's hurts, such as childhood abuse, abusive marriages, relationship problems, and family break up.
It is a program that provides participants with the tools and the encouragement to change their lives in a positive way.
If you are hurting in any way whatever, here you will find supportive respect for your privacy.
For more information please feel free to contact Kim on 0458 181 956
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"Connect Groups" at Reedy Creek. What is a “Connect Group"? - It’s a small group of up to eight or so people who regularly meet together for prayer, Bible study and fellowship. They are passionate about being filled with - and led by - the Holy Spirit. There are currently a number of Connect g... Read more
Check out Pr. David Riley's latest blog on the inspiring story of Arthur Stace https://reverentialramblings.wordpress.com/2018/04/19/one-man-one-word/
Join us at Reedy Creek this Saturday morning as Pastor David Riley shares a sermon on "One Anothering"
Thank you to everyone who contributed to today’s Women’s Ministry program (Mary-Ellen Chee, Kayla-Brooke Young, Mareta Lomas, Dann Niewiadomski, Marianne de Waal). If you’d like to know more about ADRA’s initiatives to help victims of domestic violence in Papua New Guinea then go to https://www.... Read more
Our Wednesday morning “Connection Group” at Reedy Creek. If you’d like to get involved in our mid-week ministries let us know.
A few weeks ago one of our Sabbath School classes had a “Sunday Lunch” at the Log Cabin campsite. Make sure you’re a part of one of our groups at “The Creek” every Saturday morning (starting 9.20am)
Children will discover the wonders of nature through their local Adventurers club. Designed for kids aged 4-9, Adventurers offers a variety of activities in a fun and creative atmosphere. The activities range from games and crafts to nature exploration and family camping. They will learn about their God-given abilities and how to use them to help others. The activities take place in a nurturing environment where children and parents can participate in building life-long memories.