Special Guest Speaker tomorrow

Global Mission Partners



Tuesday 13th June at 6 pm.

Bring a plate of food to share for dinner.

Special Guest Speaker: Val Zerna from Global Mission Partners (GMP)

Val has just returned from the World Convention in India and she also visited Vietnam.

The whole church is invited to come and share in this special night. 

An offering will be taken in support of the good work of GMP.

Read more information about Global Mission Partners here.

Special Guest Speaker this evening

Boniface Mpofu is the founding project director of Showers of Blessing Trust, which began in 2006, bringing clean water to drought-prone areas of Zimbabwe.

Showers of Blessing Trust is an agency of the Associated Churches of Christ in Zimbabwe.

It is a special privilege to have Boniface coming to South Australia in May.

You are warmly invited to share with Boniface at the following venues:

  • Wednesday 18 May, 6pm Shared Tea at Murray Bridge Church of Christ, 32 Seventh St, Murray Bridge (RSVP mbcofc@internode.on.net or 8532 2883)
  • Thursday 19 May, 2:30pm Afternoon tea at Western Communities Church of Christ – Mile End, Cnr Danby St & Henley Beach Rd, Torrensville
  • Friday 20 May, 10am Magill Church of Christ, 61 St Bernards Rd, Magill, including a Light Lunch (RSVP office@magillcc.org.au or 8332 6044)
  • Sunday 22 May 10am – Morning Worship at Balaklava Church of Christ, Baker St, Balaklava
  • 6pm – Evening Worship at Elizabeth Church of Christ, Cnr Short & Ashfield Rds, Elizabeth
  • Monday 23 May, 1:30pm Parkrose Village, 34 Norman Tce, Everard Park For further information contact Val Zerna – val@gmp.org.au or 8352 3466

Showers of Blessings, Zimbabwe

Showers of Blessing was established by the Associated Churches of Christ in Zimbabwe in 2007. The organization has been drilling wells in drought-prone rural areas since that time. A well makes a huge impact on a village. It provides safe water, reducing diseases like cholera and diarrhoea. Access to safe water means that a greater variety of vegetables can be grown, improving nutrition, which is especially important for people with HIV/Aids. Reliable water also means that new income-generating activities can be started, for example growing vegetables or brickmaking.

Read more – or donate – on the Global Mission Partners site.


Open Doors meeting tomorrow

Open Doors - Serving Persecuted Christians Worldwide

Peter Trott, representing OpenDoors Australia, will be the guest special tomorrow night 10th March at 7:30 pm at the Murray Bridge Church of Christ.

The focus, this time, is called Impact Nigeria:

What is it like to be a Christian in Northern Nigeria?
Islamic militant group, Boko Haram, is violently destroying Northern Nigeria, with Christians as a primary target. For those who follow Jesus, the risks are at an al time high.
Come and hear stories of God is strengthening his people and be encouraged by what we as are doing to help.

Books and videos available to purchase. There will be an offering taken at the end of the presentation.

All welcome.

For other meetings in South Australia click here.

For more information about Open Doors Australia click here.


Come worship with us tomorrow

All are welcome to come and worship our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ with us tomorrow morning.

Details are as follows:

Time: 10am to approx 11:30am Sunday February 21st 2016.

Venue: Murray Bridge Church of Christ, 32 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge

Worship leader: David Mills

Communion: John Lawson

Guest Speaker: Rob George, International President of OAC Ministries – see here for more details.

Reading: Acts 8: 26 – 39 “Philip – the evangelist”

Come along for a time of worship and fellowship.

Stay for a while after the service and enjoy a cuppa in the Coffee Shop.


OAC Ministries here this Sunday


This coming Sunday 21st February we have the pleasure of welcoming our guest speaker, Rob George from OAC Ministries.

Rob is the International President of OAC Ministries and we are privileged to have him visit. On their OACM website he says:

“I love preaching in the open air to large, attentive crowds, as sometimes (but certainly not always) happens in various countries. Once, in Kenya, at a night film meeting with over 400 people there, you could have heard a pin drop! The “holy hush” as some have described it. Most recently this occurred for me in Lima, Peru with over 200 at an afternoon meeting.

Great visuals enliven any presentation. The fluorescent light and paints for night open airs is especially good, as is an intriguing magic trick that packs a powerful message. Also, knowing your audience, to adapt the presentation to their level of understanding.”

Praise the Lord

“Praise the Lord. Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise in the assembly of his saints… For the Lord takes delight in His people; He crowns the humble with salvation.” Psalm 149.

As people loved by God, let us then enter into our worship this morning in and with the spirit that they psalmist exhibits. This morning is different from “normal” in that our focus is on the social evil of domestic violence. Because of this it is our privilege to welcome our guest speaker, Sgt Karen Newman, from the Murray Mallee Crime Prevention Section based here in Murray Bridge.

To everyone else who is present as a visitor we offer you also an extra special greeting together with an invitation to stay after the service for a time of fellowship.

Leading us in worship is our pastor, Grant Spangenberg, while our leader in our time of communion will be Rob Frazer.

A reminder that our service commences at 10am and usually finishes around 11:30am, followed by a time of fellowship over a cuppa in the Coffee Shop.

Venue: 32 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge.


Guest Speaker this Sunday

We are having a special Guest Speaker this coming Sunday 11th October 2015. The service, held in our worship centre at 32 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge, will commence at 10am.

Bishop Patrick Sookhdeo of the Barnabas Fund will speak on the topic “Christians in the Firing Line.

Our worship leader will be Ruhinda Bichengu and he will be assisted by a team of helpers.

As we observe the Lord’s Supper (Communion) we will be led by Phil Manning.

After the service all are invited to stay for a time of fellowship over a cuppa.

All welcome.


Creation Ministries speaker this Sunday

This coming Sunday 16th August 2015 our special guest speaker will be Dr Tas Walker from Creation Ministries International.

The topic of our speaker will be “Creation: Impacting the Modern World.”

Tas holds a B.Sc. (Earth Science with first class honours), a B.Eng (hons) and a doctorate in mechanical engineering, all from the University of Queensland.

He has been involved in the planning, design and operation of power stations for over 20 years with the electricity industry in Queensland, Australia. He has conducted geological assessments of new fuel supplies for power stations across Queensland and has been involved with new mining proposals, including the effects of geological factors on the cost, reliability and quality of the coal produced.

Tas has also been involved in the planning of a large hydro-electric development which required evaluation of geological conditions and their effect on dams, water reservoirs and underground power station structures.

Using his varied experience, Tas has developed a biblical geological model to connect geological structures in the field with biblical history. He has applied this geological model to the Great Artesian Basin in Australia, the basement rocks in Brisbane and the Banks Peninsula in New Zealand. He and other creationist geologists are now applying the model to other areas of the world.

Tas now works full-time for Creation Ministries International (CMI) in Brisbane, where he is employed as a researcher, writer and speaker. He has authored many articles in both Creation magazine and the Journal of Creation (formerly TJ).

Our service commences at 10am in our worship centre at 32 Seventh Street Murray Bridge. All are welcome.

Creation Ministries in Murray Bridge



Does God exist? How can anyone believe in religion when science has proved no God is necessary? Is evolution happening today? If there is a loving God, then why do we die?

Want answers? Get them! Creation Ministries International is coming soon (see details below) with answers to these and many other important questions. Come along and listen to Dr Tas Walker expose the bankruptcy of evolutionary ideas. You’ll be blown away to see how the supposed ‘scientific evidence for evolution’ is really nothing of the sort.

This is an issue that affects everyone. According to the theory of evolution as taught in schools and universities, there is no need for God – everything made itself. If that’s true, it means there is no spiritual realm – you don’t have a spirit and there is no afterlife. So ‘spirituality’ is just an ‘evolutionary trick of the mind’!

But the Bible gives a very different picture about our origins. And many scientists now recognise that the scientific evidence, when properly understood, confirms the biblical account.

To find out more contact Pastor Grant Spangenberg on 8532 2883 or 0419 848 336.

Date: Sunday 16 August 2015
Time: 10.00am
Venue: Murray Bridge Church of Christ
32 Seventh St, Murray Bridge
Title: Creation: Impacting the Modern World

Coming events

  • All Week : Christian Bookshop 9am – 5pm
  • Monday 15th June

    • 7:30pm Hampel’s Home Group
  • Tuesday 16th June

    • 9am Pastoral Care Group
    • 9:30am Men’s Bible Study
    • 2pm Murraylands Homes service
  • Wednesday 17th June
    • NO Daytime Bible Study this week
  • Wednesday 17th – 19th June

    • Coffee Shop 10am – 2pm
    • 7:30pm Home groups – various locations
  • Saturday 20th June

    • 7:29amMen’s Bible Study
  • Sunday 21st June

    • 10am Worship Service: guest speaker John Lawson


  • Tuesday 30th June
    • 7:30pm in the worship centre. Guest speaker Dr Deane Woods, Australian Director of the Friends of Israel. This is an ideal opportunity to hear what is happening with God’s people in Israel.
  • Wednesday 29th July
    • Combined Home Groups meeting at the church
  • Wednesday 5th August
    • Christian Women’s Fellowship Dinner
  • Saturday 29th August
    • Chaplaincy Dinner and AGM
  • Saturday 19th September
    • Theatre Restaurant – dinner and entertainment featuring a Barbershop Quartet