Help and Support
At FRC Bunbury, we want to show the love of Christ by being there for our community. So if you require help in any way, whether it is inquiring about connecting with our church community, needing some help through prayer, or even just a coffee and a chat with someone who will listen, please reach out to us.
Family Bible Study
Bible study home groups are held weekly every Wednesday evening, where we get together at someone’s house and discuss an agreed Bible chapter. We currently have four Bible study home groups which are loosely formed around the geographical location of the homes of the members. Our congregation members live in areas ranging from Brunswick Junction down to Capel and east to Donnybrook.
Youth Bible Study
There is a Bible Study held at the Church premises every 2nd Wednesday evening for Youth aged 18 and older.
Our school aged youth also have a Bible study evening combined with social activities every 2nd Friday evening. These are hosted by parents of the youth and held in their homes.
Womens' Book Club
Women of the Bunbury congregation often come together to study a Christian book together during the week. The book is usually decided upon as a group at the beginning of the year. Depending on the schedules of the attendees, meetings are often fortnightly or monthly.
Our playgroup gives the children an opportunity to play together and the parents an opportunity to have a social chat. Playgroup is held during the school term at a park or someone’s house depending on the weather.
`Train up a child in the way he should go, and even when he is old he will not depart from it’ (Proverbs 22:6)
The Church provides instruction in doctrine for the young adults in the church as well as for new members. This instruction is typically provided by our minister, Rev Richard Pot. There are several classes arranged as follows:
School aged students (Yr 7 – 10): These lessons are based on the Heidelberg Catechism and are held at the South West John Calvin Christian College in Capel every Tuesday afternoon.
Year 11 aged students: These classes are based on the Belgic Confession of Faith and are held every Thursday evening.
Year 12 aged students and older: These classes study the Canons of Dort and are also held every Thursday evening.
Pre confession class: This class is especially designed for those members who are preparing to make Public Profession of their Faith and is held consecutive Tuesday evenings at the Church premises.