Time Out For Seniors is held on the first Wednesday of each month from February to December . Our aim is to provide social and spiritual encouragement to seniors in our local community in a relaxing and welcoming social setting where seniors can enjoy a nice lunch, fun activity and challenging devotion time. If you're a senior - you're welcome at TOFS. For more information contact Ross or Kay Frizelle
FUSE is Friday night youth group for high school aged youth. It is a place where youth can have great fun while learning about Jesus, growing in their faith and show Jesus to each other and their world. FUSE regularly combines with other youth groups in the area, attends big events and attends KYCK (Katoomba Youth Convention). Contact the Church for more information about FUSE.
Our Men's Ministry is committed to helping and supporting men to develop a strong and personal relationship with Jesus Christ through His Word. We aim for men to understand and value their role in society and family as fathers, sons, husbands, leaders and men of faith. Forming and sustaining relationships with grace, honour, courage and love enables our men to serve others and their Community with fulfilment and joy. Contact Tony Edwards for information about upcoming events
Our Women’s Ministry seeks to build strong loving relationships , have fun and to grow our knowledge and love for God. Women at the Heights holds regular events during the year, has a monthly young women’s group - The Secret Garden, and attends various women’s conferences. For more information speak to Susan Adam or go to the Women at the Heights Facebook page |click logo|
At The Heights Church we seek to follow Jesus’ instructions to be “witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” (Acts 1:8). We partner with a variety of ministries, activities and organisations that are local in the Hornsby area and international (Asia, Ukraine, Africa). The Heights Church partnership with missions can take many forms, including direct financial support from the church, members spending significant time or finances, use of facilities, publicity and, perhaps most important of all, prayer.