Welcome, and thanks for visiting our website. If you’re keen to join us on a Sunday, we meet at Lismore High School at 9:45am and 6:00pm and at the Goonellabah Community Centre at 9:00am. If you’re just here to check us out, we hope you find what you’re after. And if you’re a local, we hope that what you see here is enough to encourage you to get in touch. If you’re already part of SCPC, thanks for dropping by – we hope the website proves useful in growing you as a follower of Jesus! If you’ve got any ideas for improving the website – please let us know by commenting on this post (just click the “welcome” heading) or get in touch via the contact page.

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“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13:34

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Women Helping Women (watch video)

Women Helping Women will be back on the 25th of October for the last part of the webinar. This is a series for women over 18 which provides practical training to think biblically and minister graciously to sexual strugglers. It discusses God’s design for sexuality, how patterns of sexual and relational sin develop, and has biblical wisdom regarding the discipleship process. Come along to Park Ave at 7:30pm.

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The doova this Saturday night

‘The Doova’ is a support and fundraising night for Lismore Christians Students the AFES group on SCU. Even if you haven’t got talent. Come along and join the fun!

This Saturday the 8th of Sept

7:30pm at Tullera Hall

Entry is $10

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Donations to PIM and Jericho Road

If you would like to help those struggling with the drought, we suggest two ways:
1) Give to support one of our PIM teams working in those areas. This will help put diesel in their tanks and keep them get out to drought effected areas with the Good News of Jesus. Visit www.pim.org.au to find a team to support.
2) Give to Jericho Road’s Drought Appeal. Jericho Road have in place a system to effectively distribute funds for drought relief through Presbyterian Churches in NSW located in effected areas. Donations to Jericho Road’s drought appeal are tax- deductible. Visit jerichoroad.org.au/donate/ to make a donation.
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