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Christian Book Club
2:30 pm14:30

Christian Book Club


Are you interested in reading and disussing excellent Christian books? Carolyn would love to see you at the book club on Saturday 30 March at 2.30pm at church!

This month the book to discuss is ‘Heart of a Lioness’, the true story of ‘Mama Irene” Gleeson,: sacrifice, courage and relentless love among the children of Uganda. It’s an amazing read!

Copies available from Carolyn Kinsela for $16.99, or order online at



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Christmas in Sri Lanka dinner
7:00 pm19:00

Christmas in Sri Lanka dinner


Come and enjoy an authentic Sri Lankan feast of curries, sweets and tea... hear about how God is moving in Sri Lanka from our friend Roy Francis... and have the opportunity to donate to the work of their local churches.

Sunday 2nd December
Narrabeen Baptist Church
(after 6pm service)

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NBC Men's Breakfast: A Focus on Men's Mental Health
8:00 am08:00

NBC Men's Breakfast: A Focus on Men's Mental Health


This breakfast will be an opportunity for a group of blokes to get together over a great breakfast at Bayview Golf Club and think carefully about the issue of men and their mental health. We know how important and relevant this topic is and so we are excited to take this opportunity to be better equipped and educated.

Thanks for registering below – we’re looking forward to seeing you soon.

About John Brogden

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John Brogden has walked a very public journey of success, failure and redemption.

From 1996 to 2005 John was the Member for Pittwater in the NSW Parliament. In 2002, on his 33rd birthday, John was elected Leader of the Opposition – the youngest person ever to hold the role and lead a major political party in Australia.

From the highs of political leadership, through the lows of a suicide attempt and depression and into the business world, John has experienced the highs, lows and highs of life.

John is a passionate speaker and an outstanding advocate for mental illness. He shares his experiences of depression and suicide with honesty and bravery and challenges the common misunderstandings of living with a mental illness.

John is currently the Chairman of Lifeline Australia, Chairman for the Furlough House Retirement Village and a Director of Australian’s for Mental Health.

REGISTER: Fill in the form below. 

PAYMENT: Please transfer $30 per person to the NBC Account and add 'MENSBF' and your last name to the description field. BSB 704 922, account 100 012 961.

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