At Hinkler we have three core values
We are committed to building a community in which no one is left out and love flows freely. Church is not merely a service once a week, it is that mid-week text message from a friend, it is sharing a meal together, it is that feeling of belonging.
We are deeply interested in the spiritual growth of our church family. With a strong focus on biblical literacy and personal relationship with God, we hope to move our church closer to God every week.
We are passionate about total member involvement, and regularly give our church family opportunities to share their love in practical ways, not only serving each other, but the wider community as well.
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
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.
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.
Today's sermon was a Bible Study based in 1 Thessalonians 4 & 5, in which we considered some of the Apostle Paul's advice about being prepared for the Second Coming. Join us for the study by clicking play above.
This sermon was prepared especially for visitors day
Today's sermon was a timely challenge that called us to asses the way that we exercise our faith in conflict. When things get tough we often either blame God or blame our faith. But are they the only two options? Listen along and see what you think