Welcome to Hinkler Seventh-day Adventist Church

Bundaberg, Queensland
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At Hinkler we have three core values

Visit us

Visitors are welcome to join us every Saturday morning for small group Bible study (9:30am), music, sermon (11:00am) and fellowship.

12 Heaps Street
Avenell Heights, QLD   4670

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Hinkler Seventh-day Adventist Church

Sermon Download

Preaching the gospel is a vital part of our church, if you have missed a sermon, want to listen to one again or simply want to share with others, we make out sermons available online for you to enjoy.

Prayer Request

Do you, or someone you know, have a need? Prayer is powerful. Please let us know if you have any requests for prayer and we will pray for you (can be anonymous).

Who Are We?

As a Christian church, we are a faith community grounded in the teachings of the Bible.We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and is our guide for living a fulfilling lifestyle.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a global network of over 14 million members located in 200 countries across the world. We also operate schools, hospitals and development and relief agencies as we believe in not only caring for the spirtual needs but also the social and physical needs of the community. Find our more about who we are and our beliefs here.

El Roi – The God Who Sees Me

El Roi – The God Who Sees Me

Today's message was a reflection on the experience of Hagar when she was friendless and alone in the dessert. Join us in listening as Dave uses the story to both encourage and challenge us.

What People Are Saying

When my wife and I moved to Bundy at the beginning of last year, we were hungry to be a part of a strong church community. We found that at Hinkler. Now we are starting a family of our own there is no question that this is the church we want our children to grow up in.
Luke & Sarah

Coronavirus statement

In light of the Coronavirus outbreak, our leaders at the Australian Union Conference have recommended the closure of all churches in Australia until at least April 30.

Firstly to slow the spread of the outbreak, but equally important is the protection of our members. Particularly those with existing compromised health conditions.

Just because the service is suspended, does not mean we are not a church family. Let’s not allow the situation to isolate us from each other. We live in an amazing age of technology; make time to connect regularly with your church family online or by phone so we can use this opportunity to grow closer together, not further apart.

The leadership team are in the process of planning how to make the most of this time and we will be updating you. 

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We Look Forward to Hearing From You