Our Programmes

Weekly Meetings

  9:15 am Sunday School

10:30 am Morning Service (crèche provided)
  5:00 pm Evening service

10:00 am Ladies Meeting (held every second Tuesday in school term in members' homes)

  6:45 pm Prayer meeting in members' homes

  6:30 pm Men's Evenings (once per school term at various venues)



Regular Programmes

Programme: Age Group:
Awana Approx. Pre school to year 6

Children go to Crèche during the adult sermon. Recommended for toddlers to 6 years. Available to the end of primary school.



Upcoming Special Events

27 January           Games Evening after service
10 February          Special Cuppa/Friendship Sunday
17 February          Paul Davis - AWBE President - PM service
  1 March             Men's Evening
10 March              HymnSing - Cornerstone PM service
24 March              Friendship Sunday Church Lunch
  6 April                Family Outing
14 April                Games Evening after service
19 April                Good Friday
21 April                Resurrection Sunday
12 May                 Mother's Day
18 May                 Ladie's Coffee and Cake
  7 June                Men's Evening
16 June                Friendship Sunday/Church Lunch
23 June                AGM
8-10 July              VBS
26 July                 Family Outing/Bonfire
10 August             Ladie's Coffee and Cake
25 August             Special Cuppa/Friendship Sunday
  1 September        Father's Day
  6 September        Men's Evening
10-12 September   AFBC Conference - Emmanuel Baptist Glenwood -
                                     Phil Johnson - Grace To You Ministries
13-14 September    Recalibrate - Young Adults - Emmanuel Baptist Glenwood
29 September        Games Evening after service
25-27 October       Church Camp - Steve Gibb / Keith Coleman
27 November         AWANA Grand Prix
15 December         Carols - PM service at Cornerstone Baptist Erskine Park
22 December         Carols - PM service
25 December         Christmas Day Service







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AWANA (derived from the first letters of "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed" as taken from 2 Timothy 2:15) is an international Christian organization founded in 1950, headquartered in USA.
By 1960, 900 churches had started AWANA programs. By 1972, AWANA began its first international club in Bolivia.
Today, children and youth in 117 countries (Dec. 2016) participate in AWANA programs and millions of adults are alumni.
AWANA gives children from every background and cultural setting a place to belong, build confidence and grow in Christian faith.
AWANA is also involved in prisons, refugee camps, slums and other hard to reach places around the world. AWANA aims to reach 10 million children with its message by 2020.

God is changing the world through the ministry of AWANA by equipping leaders to reach kids with the gospel and engaging them in long-term discipleship.
AWANA impacts and shapes the lives of millions of kids and adults worldwide through proven resources and expertise that help churches and families develop lifelong disciples of Christ.

Our AWANA is a boys and girls club for children pre-school to year 6 that meets weekly, on Sundays, at the School Small Hall. (No meetings during school holidays).

The programme, 9:15-10:15 a.m. is divided into:

  • Games - divided into teams
  • Bible memory
  • Bible story
  • Awards
  • Three age groups: 'Cubbies', 'Sparks', and 'TnT'

    Visit the AWANA international home page at www.awana.org

    For other information phone Wayne on (02) 4758 8778
    (You can read our strict Child Protection Documents





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    Small Group Bible Studies
    If none of the following formats and times suit you contact Wayne (02) 4758 8778 for the most suitable time and place for you.

    Sunday Mornings
    Adults study varying Bible subjects on Sunday mornings.

    The advantage of Bible study on Sunday mornings is that children will be cared for in AWANA whilst parents are studying the Bible. (See separate AWANA information)

    Prayer Meeting
    This is held every Wednesday from 6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in members' homes. Contact Wayne (02) 4758 8778 for details.

    Women's Ministry
    Meets Tuesdays at 10.00 am, fortnightly during school term at members' homes.
    There's also time for a cuppa and fellowship.
    Contact Noeline (02) 4758 8778 for current details of venue and time.

    Men's Evenings
    Occurs once a term. Contact Wayne (02) 4758 8778 for current details of venue and time.

    Other Services
    There are other services offered by CMBC, which are scheduled as the need arises. They include:


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