The Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia (PCEA)
is a Christian Church built on the foundations of the apostles
and prophets with Jesus Christ as the chief cornerstone or head
of the Church (Ephesians 3:20).
It is not a man made club, but a 'body', the body of Christ, which
exists to tell all mankind the only way of salvation from sin and
death and to glorify God.
The name Presbyterian refers to the form of Church government,
namely by elders and deacons organised into local sessions and regional
Our Church meets at Mt
Druitt and Bexley
North. The main meetings are on Sunday, the day Jesus Christ
rose from the dead. At these public meetings we unite in singing
praise to God, in prayer and in listening to the Bible being read
and explained. Other meetings are held for prayer, Bible study and
The Bible talks this week are Jesus
Predicts His Death and Resurrection, a study of Luke
18:31-34 and Mercy
On All, a study of Romans 11:28-32. Why don't you click
the links to learn about what they say?
In the PCEA
- Worship is simple and Biblical
- The preaching is plain and meaningful with careful explanation
of the Bible
- The fellowship is warm and genuine
- You can grow with us in the knowledge and love of God
- The Bible is the sole basis for all beliefs - it is the inspired
and inerrant word of God
- The Westminster Confession of Faith, which sets out the Reformed
doctrines, is fully embraced as our subordinate standard.
To learn about the PCEA's beliefs and practices, click on An
Introduction to Beliefs and Practices, 2006.
Check our Minister's
Message for July - Two ways
Hey kids! the Lighthouse
Club meets at 4:00pm and Mt
Druitt Youth Club at 6.30pm each Friday
during school terms. Come and enjoy the fun!
Interested in exploring the far corners of God's vineyard?
Expressions of interest are sought for participants to join a host led visit
to the mission fields of India. Check out our
Mission Awareness Tour -
India for details.
Mount Druitt Church Building Centenary
Join us on Saturday 17 September for a Service of Thanksgiving. Details