NightChurch News, 16 August

This Week @ NightChurch

We continue our series on ‘Love’, with Paul Pallot preaching on ‘A Love that Leads to Evil (1 Tim 6:6-21)’. TBC is leading the service, Stefan van Boxtel is organising the music team, Stuart Mackenzie and Tim Mitchell are on audio/data, Coby Docking will lead in prayer, Chris Davies and Hannah O’Brien will be providing supper, and Rachael Atkinson is convening. Thanks everyone.


Coming Events @ KBC

  • Hospitality Sunday, 23 August: Those who have signed up for a lunch or dinner can expect an invitation from your host/hostess within the next week.  Please remember to ask “What can I bring?” If you have a query, please contact Deirdre Willis.
  • Quarterly Church Gathering, 30 August: One of the really great things about being a Baptist church is that we value participation and inclusion from everyone in the church on what we believe God is saying to us and where God is leading us. On Sunday 30 August, the 10am service will be held in the hall, with our worship, prayer and sharing to flow into our Gathering. We will finish by 12:30pm. Please plan to be there!
  • Equip: Discipleship, Mentoring & Leadership: Thursday 10 September, 7:30pm in the hall. We welcome back Peter Corney for the third session in our series of leadership training nights, with the aim of encouraging and equipping people in the church to be better leaders and followers of Christ by being mentored and taught by mature and wise Christian leaders. $5 donation invited.


Credo Café Trivia Night: 14 August

Come along this Friday night to the Credo Café trivia event at City Cite (Level 12, 474 Flinders Lane, Melbourne). Tickets $20 or $10 concession. All proceeds go towards the Credo Community Camp. For more details, contact Jono Davenport, or see the Facebook event:


Remain Festival: September 17-20, Belgrave Heights

Remain is a festival for young adults, aimed at encouraging and equipping Christians in their faith. It will be four days of teaching, worship, fun, food and community. Speakers include Guy Mason, Mark Sayers, Brenton Killeen, and Hannah Craven. There will be a crew from NightChurch heading to Remain and setting up a bit of a KBC campsite there – check out for more details. And see for more information about the festival itself.


“Nourish” Women’s Retreat: October 9-11

The Camping Program is running a women’s retreat at Burnside (Anglesea) in October. Julie Rock and Caroline Rickard are speaking on the topic “If the shoe fits…”. Cost $125. More details and registration information available here:


Tuesday Prayer Breakfast

We run a weekly Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday mornings, 7-8am in The Lounge (upstairs in the hall). With winter here, we are serving porridge (delicious!) as part of breakfast – something to warm you up before you face the rest of the day. Don’t miss out! Remember you can also join our 5pm prayer gathering on Sundays before the service in the church building.



A reminder that you can give your offering via direct transfer to the church account.


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