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Jesus established the church to be a community of radical love. 

We strive to live by this in all that we are and do.

Here you can see what we are doing so that you can join us in making the world a better place!

Table Fellowship Sunday


Every third Sunday of the month we have Table Fellowship. This means that after the worship service we share a meal  in the Social Hall. 
The reasoning for this is to practice a long-standing custom of the church; hospitality

Everyone is invited, even if you do not bring anything, to this meal regardless of faith background or church practice.

Sermon Series for 2024


For the most of 2024, our focus will be on the letter of Paul to the church in Ephesus (modern day Turkey).

The letter itself is one of the most important in the history of the church, and as such deserves the outmost attention.

Within this letter, we shall narrow our gaze to the third chapter. 

We do so do (re)discover what it means to be 'equipped' for the ministry to which all of us have been called.


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During the season of Lent, we journey with Christ to Jerusalem.  In that holy city he will celebrate a Jewish feast where he takes bread brakes it to foreshadow what will happen.

We shall look to the importance of bread to Jesus and his time (and to many in our time) and its place within the life of the church.  From the grain, to the milling, to the preparation of this life necessity, we shall explore how God works in our hearts and in our world. 

This season affords us to time to slow down, increase or attention to discern in greater depth the way of the cross, the way of suffering, the way of love, the way of God.

Week 1 - Planting: The Parable of the Sower 

Week 2 - Harvesting: Manna in the Desert

Week 3 - Grinding/Milling: Wheat and Weeds

Week 4 - Mixing/Kneading: The Prayer of Our Savior

Week 5 - Waiting/Rising: The Parable of the Fig Tree

Week 6 - Palm Sunday, Baking/Preparing: "I am the Bread of Life"

Week 7Easter Sunday, Sharing/Celebrating: Sharing Loaves and Fish


The Annual General Meeting of Greenborough Community Church will be held on Sunday, February 25 at 12:15 pm. 

Soup and sandwiches will be provided for all in attendance.

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