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Welcome to EV Church! Our weekend gatherings are special times together when our church family meet. We hear what God has to say to us in his Word, the Bible. It is always a time of encouragement and challenge.
If you are new at one of our weekend services we would love to chat after the service and help you get to know us.
We believe that the world and everything in it, including people, belongs to God. What we do in God’s world and with God’s world is important to Him. We believe that Jesus is God's Son.
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At EV we have a range of services that meet a different times across the weekend. We meet in two main locations, Erina and Woy Woy on the Peninsula.
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If you were asked the question ‘When do you have to be patient?’ What would you say? When a 6 year old at EV Kids was asked that question he answered ‘I am waiting patiently for Jesus to come back.’ How great is God! Through the Bible reading that happens at home and at EV…2 May
HERE IS A CHAT WITH ‘PHAT HEAD’, TAMARA BOYLE – YOUTH CAMP DIRECTOR. Why do you do Phat? I’m passionate about this age group hearing the gospel and have seen the impact of God’s word in people’s lives when they spend time in the Bible, as we do at Phat. In fact 11 young people…10 Apr
We have incredible opportunities to share the news of Jesus with youth in our High Schools. Flipsides are held in four High Schools every week at lunchtime. Groups of up to 80 kids gather to hang out together, eat and hear a gospel talk. Many are not yet Christians but some have made their way…8 Apr
The Bible truly is an extraordinary book. Above all, it’s amazing because it is God’s very Word to us about the most important matters in life. Did you know the Bible is actually made up of 66 individual books that were written by more than 40 different authors in 3 languages and multiple literary genres,…4 Apr
Many of us are regularly moved by the Scriptures to recognise the urgent need for those on the Coast to hear the saving news of Jesus. Yet most of us struggle to feel adequate for the task. Often we are crippled by our lack of confidence or the fear of saying something wrong. Helena recently…
If the gospel is to continue bearing fruit on the Central Coast, in Australia, and in the world, we must prayerfully seek to raise up the next generation of men and women, who will lead God’s people in gospel work. This is the aim of the Ministry Training Scheme, and we are thankful to God…
For more information on Phat Camp 2015 see evyouth.com/phat
Spending time digging into God’s Word for ourselves is so important for getting to know God himself. As we go through the last four chapters of Luke this term, a really helpful resource is the Daily Reading Notes. These will help you think into who Jesus is, and what it means for us. Grab your…20 Feb
We are living in an increasingly postmodern culture that is hostile to absolute truth, especially the truth and authority of God’s Word. This seminar focuses on the necessity of giving our students and children a biblical worldview, so that they would see and interpret everything in life through the truth of Scripture. Jill Nelson presented this helpful…
Lake Mac Church began as a tiny Bible study group in 2011. A faithful man who had begun the work was forced to leave through ill health. At the time I was in my final year at bible college (SMBC) and was invited by Geneva and FIEC to move up and have a crack at…
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