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Where we are and what we are doing

Find us at the corner of Silver Street and Calvert Street (no access to Silver Street from Marrickville Road) in Marrickville, NSW, 2204

 

Our Sunday services start at around 10:30am, but there are people in the buildings from around 9:30am. There is tea and coffee both before and after the service.

 

We celebrate communion on the 1st and 3rd Sunday in most months: if you trust Jesus as Lord you are welcome to share in this celebration. We usually have lunch together after the service on the first Sunday of the month.

 

Midweek prayer is on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm

 

The pastor will be away during March (16, 23 and 30 March)

Silver Street Baptist Mission is a participating church of the Baptist Churches of NSW and ACT.

 

We are an evangelical free church in the Baptist/radical tradition.

 

We believe in loving God, loving our fellow humans and proclaiming the gospel.

 

Pastor: Rev Peter R Green

Secretary: Mr Jay Bautista

 

Why not visit us soon? You will be welcome!

 

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Silver Street Mission is linked through the Baptist Churches of NSW &ACT with the Australian Baptist Churches

 

It adopted its own logo in 1999 to reinforce the idea that even a small Christian group is in mission

 

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