The first Youth and Young Adults (YYA) night of 2018 will begin next Friday on the 2nd February at 8pm. Join us for a night of worship, bible study and fellowship!
For more information, there will be an induction session after our regular Sunday Service on the 28th January.
This year we will be studying the Gospel of John which focuses on the major miracles performed by Jesus and his glorification through crucifixion. If you think you’d be interested in this book of the Bible, please do feel free to join us on Friday nights at 8pm. Both Christians and non-Christians are more than welcome to join.
There will also be a new change this year where we will be hosting some sort of activity (badminton, kBBQ, bowling, etc) on every 3rd Friday of each month so feel free invite some friends and chill with us.
Christmas is right around the corner again! However despite the Christmas trees, ornaments and songs of Santa floating around, Christmas is ultimately about the birth of our Saviour Jesus.
So come and join us and experience the true meaning of Christmas!
When: Saturday, 16th December 2017, 6:30 PM
Where: Melbourne Chinese Christian Church, 29 Summerhill Road, Glen Iris 3146
The topic for this year: “Is Christmas still relevant?”
We will be starting the night off with a dinner, before heading into the main hall to enjoy some carols, musical performances by the Kew band and listen to a talk by our Associate Pastor Charlie Liao!
It’s a night not to be missed and we hope to see you all there!
“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6
If you’re coming, please RSVP via the Facebook event here
Get ready for Melbourne Chinese Christian Church’s upcoming event, its annual Coffee Night! You are cordially invited to join us in a night of musical presentations and sharings of faith, as well as good food and great company. Canapés and drinks will be provided during the intermission.
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When: Saturday, 26th August 2017, 7:30 PM
Where: Melbourne Chinese Christian Church, 29 Summerhill Road, Glen Iris 3146
We will also have the privilege of hearing from and supporting Global Aid Network (GAiN) on the night. For more information about this organisation, please visit their website: http://globalaid.net.au
Doors will open at 7.30pm and presentations are scheduled to finish at 10.10pm. You are encouraged to stay back after the event and have a chat over another coffee or two.
This is an open event, so don’t hesitate to invite friends, family or anyone else you know who may be interested.
For more information, feel free to post a question on the Facebook event wall, ask a friend from MCCC or email Hanan Tang (email@example.com)
Invite your friends along to enjoy a night of fellowship, food and games.
Date & Time: 6:30pm-10pm Saturday 29 July 2017
Location: MCCC, 29 Summerhill Road, Glen Iris 3146
Please bring a plate of food to share for dinner.
RSVP by Saturday July 22 2017
Contact: Michelle 0425 764 098 or Vivian 0429 909 884.
While we won’t have YYA on Friday night this week, we will be having a Good Friday service at 10am at Glen Iris. Come as we remember Jesus’ sacrifice in suffering and dying for us on the cross, and celebrate what it (and His resurrection) means for us!
Don’t forget our planned events after the service! There’s the VCE outing and SOYA Good Friday lunch mentioned in previous posts. It will be a great time of fellowship!
Come join us at MCCC English Service this Christmas as we ask the question “What is Love?”
On the night you can expect a choir performance, carols, a skit performance and a talk on the topic by our guest speaker Mark Young. And in true MCCC fashion, we’ll also be providing supper and refreshments at the end of the evening.
We’d love for you to join us!
Feel free to RSVP to the Facebook Event.
Update 2016/1/9: Added locations for boys and girls night.
Happy New Year! Youth and Young Adults will be having a break for the next few weeks, so don’t come on Friday nights expecting us. Stay tuned for more announcements on this website and on the Sunday bulletin.
The next event we will have is a boys and girls night out where we’ll meet to play volleyball. Everyone is welcomed!
Afterwards, the boys and girls will split up for dinner. This will provide a great opportunity for the boys to bond with one another and similarly for the girls.
Make sure you have a light snack beforehand so you have plenty of energy!
Date: Friday 29 January
Time: 6 pm – 9 pm
Volleyball: Deakin Sport and Recreation Centre, 221 Burwood Hwy, Burwood. Turn into Holland Ave and drive straight on, to the back of Deakin Uni where the Sport and Recreation Centre is. (6 pm – 7:30 pm)
Dinner: Box Hill Centro, (7:30 pm – 9 pm)
Parents’ pick-up: Outside Box Hill Centro Coles at 9pm
If you would like to join or have any other queries, please speak to Samuel Wong (0469 872 043).
The link to the facebook event is here.
Also an early notice about the YYA retreat this year in March 4-6, for those in university. The facebook event is here, please come and RSVP by 17th January, it’ll be great fun and fellowship!
Have a blessed new year!
If you are reading this post, chances are that you attended our Christmas Celebration Night on Saturday 19 Dec, 2015.
You would have received a jar of delicious dry ingredients to make Anzac Cookies! Here are the ingredients and the recipe below – it’s super easy and it’s suitable for the whole family to make together.
- 3/4 cup all purpose flour
- 3/4 cup rolled oats
- 1/2 cup shredded coconut
- 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
- 1/4 tsp bicarb soda
- 125g butter
- 3 tablespoons golden syrup (substitute with treacle for a deeper, more caramelised taste)
- Preheat oven to 160 degrees (C) fan force, and line baking tray.
- Empty out dry ingredients from jar into a mixing bowl.
- Melt 125g butter.
- Add melted butter and 3 tablespoons golden syrup in bowl. Mix thoroughly.
- Roll out balls of cookie dough onto baking tray.*
- Bake for 15-18 minutes. Yields 18-20 small cookies or 10-12 large cookies.**
* Cookie dough should be a sticky consistency but still hold its shape when rolled out. Add more rolled oats if mixture is too wet.
** If it falls apart – also makes a delicious crumble!! Serve with baked apples and vanilla ice cream.
How did your cookies turn out? Ours are below! Why not bring your finished products to share with us one Sunday – we’d loved to get to know you more!
– MCCC Team
Sharing Night: Faith in Life
Being a Christian doesn’t just mean attending church on Sundays and striving to be a “good person”. So what does the Christian faith look like in everyday life?
On Friday 19th of September, we will be eating dinner together and hear some sharings from a panel of people (a high schooler, a university student, and a working adult) of the joys and challenges in life as followers of Jesus. We will then split up into small groups and discuss what it looks like & means to be a Christian.
We welcome newcomers to attend this night for fantastic food, good company, and a meaningful discussion on the Christian faith! We promise that there will be friendly faces and cake at the end of the night 😀
Where? Melbourne Chinese Christian Church (29 Summerhill Rd, Glen Iris)
When? Friday 19th September
What time? Dinner 7pm; Program 8pm. Scheduled to finish ~ 9.15pm.
What to bring? Bible, pen, gold coin donation (optional – to cover cost)
See you all there!
MCCC will be hosting a Trivia Night instead of regular Friday night program during the school holiday break. It will be a great time to catch up with each other after our Easter camp and also an opportunity to invite your friends. Questions will range anywhere from Bible trivia to general knowledge that will exercise your brain muscles. Come and join us for a fun night!
Friday, 12 April 2013,
Melbourne Chinese Christian Church (English Chapel)
29 Summerhill Road, Glen Iris
See you there!
(And just a little reminder that there is no youthgroup this Friday the 5th.)