In accordance with current COVID-19 circuit-breaker regulations, Sunday Gatherings are on ZOOM only. The church premises are closed to the public and there will be no activities held onsite, with the exception of our Foodbank service which will continue to operate as normal at the Livingstone Community Centre. See https://www.livingstone.org.au/food-bank for details. Requests for assistance […]
…so from this Sunday 20th June, you have a choice as how you join us as we celebrate Jesus together If joining us On-site: Meet at 10am at the Livingstone Centre Hall Current regulations require that you must: Wear a Mask at ALL times Register when you arrive NOT attend if you are unwell Maintain […]
We are back on-site this Sunday for our 10.00am service and are meeting in the Community Centre Hall. We’d love to have you join us as we celebrate Jesus together. Remember to carry your mask and sign in on arrival and if you are feeling unwell, join us online instead. The service will be accessible […]
The electricity company is flicking the switch off this Sunday for some line maintenance in the street. So, we will be flicking our screens on and meeting online on Zoom at 10am with all the power we need. Join us as we worship God and catch up with each other on Zoom this Sunday at […]
We might be back in level 4 Covid-19 restrictions and we need to stay home, but we will still gather online. This Sunday the church will meet on Zoom. Date: Sunday 14 February 2021Time: 10.00am – 11.00amVenue: ZOOM Meetings If you’d like to know more or join is, message the pastor.
2020 24 Dec Christmas Eve Carols 7pm 25 Dec Christmas Day No service 27 Dec Sunday No service 2021 3 Jan 10 Jan 17 Jan 24 Jan Informal Sunday Services held in Livingstone Community Centre 10am 31 Jan Sundays @ 10am (On-site and Zoom) 10am
The Livingstone Community Centre is an Ivanhoe Baptist social enterprise and is a registered Neighbourhood House within the Banyule City Council.
To live a dangerous, adventurous life, means we live not just for ourselves, but for God and for others. In fact, the Dangerous Prayer series this week has assured us of God’s continuing love despite our tendency to default to materialism, selfishness and comfort. If we read the whole of Psalm 139, we realise that we can never really hide from God, go anywhere from His Spirit, or even be unknown to Him (take time now to read together this beautiful and transforming Psalm).
In his book, Dangerous Prayers, Craig recounts how he has been privileged to share in praying for, and with, members of his congregation for many years. People look for guidance and spiritual comfort in times of distress, doubt, and disappointment. We have and still are currently in these times.
As we move towards the end of a week of praying it may be helpful for us to reflect a little further and review some of what we have read and prayed about these past few days:
“Search me, God, and know my heart.
test me and know my anxious thoughts.
See if there is any offensive way in me…