The shiny, crisp finish of a new renovation is something that we can all get excited about. We love to finish a project and see all the work, stress and discomfort reaching its end. What if our lives are not about satisfying our own desires but part of a bigger purpose?

Renovate with Jesus

Jesus offers us a new way to renovate our lives. Jesus was born into a lower class family who lived in Modern day Palestine. He was unknown until the age of thirty, when he spent three years teaching, performing miracles and travelling. Jesus made the astonishing claim that He is God and after being crucified on a Roman cross rose from death three days later. Jesus' death completely pays our debt to God and His resurrection offers us new life. Since Jesus lived 2000 years ago he has inspired billions to change their lives for the better. 

Join Us in Renovation

Our goal at Aspendale Presbyterian Church is to live Jesus everyday. We seek to live lives that are transformed by the reality of Jesus Christ. We are all works in progress and we know that God is not finished with us yet. 

Many of us put huge effort into renovating our homes. We want to invite you to join us in renovating our lives together. Jesus challenges us at every level to rethink what we value, how we see life and where we are headed. If you are seeking, curious, or a believer, you are welcome to join us and explore the claims of Jesus. 

We have three ways we can help you find out more about Jesus:

  1. Join us for Church on Sunday at 10am. We sing, pray, read the Bible, hear it taught and eat together. Feel free to come and visit. 
  2. Contact us about a Life Explored or Christianity Explored course. This course takes seven sessions and is run regularly. 
  3. Begin a conversation. Simply contact us and we can start from there. 
 Of course, you can always grab a Bible and read the historical accounts of Jesus life in the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke or John for yourself.  

Please contact us to find out more. 

Renovate your life is a ministry of Aspendale Presbyterian Church.  

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