Cruciform  /ˈkruːsɪfɔːm/

Adjective: having the shape of a cross.  Noun: a thing shaped like a cross.

In Philippians, we see that the life of a Christian is to be cruciform… shaped by the cross of Christ.

That’s because we are not only saved by the gospel, we are transformed by it.

Join us in this teaching series on the book of Philippians to find out what this amazing gospel transformation looks like.

Join us at Ballina Family Resource Centre on Sundays at 11am – send us a message if you need directions.


During the week, we hold bible reading groups in the homes of some of our church members. These groups are small and informal, with no assumed knowledge or beliefs – everyone is welcome. They are the perfect place to find out more about what the bible says and what it means for our lives. We are currently  have two groups: one looking at the Old Testament book of Hosea, and the other looking at Systematic Theology (what the whole bible says about particular topics).

If you find the idea of coming to a group daunting, we’d love to arrange one-to-one study of the bible over a cuppa – so please do get in touch.

Latte and a Bible

We also offer a short interactive course called “Hope Explored”, which is perfect for those who have questions about the Christian message:

  • What is the bible about?
  • Who is Jesus?
  • What does it all mean for me?

Hope Explored

Please let us know if you are interested in this, or have any other questions.

Contact us to find out more.

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