Welcome to Our Site!
Welcome to the website of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia. We are a Presbyterian church, constituted as several congregations along the east coast of Australia, whose aim is to faithfully proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, in the tradition of the Protestant Reformation. We believe the truth of the Holy Bible as expressed in the Westminister Confessional Standards as originally adopted by the Reformed Church of Scotland.
A History Of The Evangelical Presbyterian Church Of Australia

The History Committee of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church has prepared this history on our Church. Our Presbytery asked the committee to prepare it as an aid in remembering the Lord’s grace to us, and of the great issues involved in our coming into being as a denomination.

2014 Tasmanian Family Camp

The Launceston brethren will host, Lord Willing, this years annual EPC Family Camp

When: Thursday 17th April 2014 until Monday 21st April 2014
Why: Our family camps are a great opportunity for fun, fellowship amd growing in our faith as we learn from the daily studies taken from God's word and enjoy the activities provided. We look forward to seeing you there!

Our Christian Psalms ~ 2

Psalm two is all about Messiah the King.

This is a big picture psalm.  It positions us in heavenly places with Christ the King. Then, from the Divine perspective, we can understand what is actually taking place all around us on planet earth. 

Vital Truths - How Do We Stand Related to God?

We stand related to God through his law, the Ten Commandments.

In the first 4 commandments God requires us to behave in a certain way toward him. Then, in commandments 5-10, God requires that we act a certain way toward our fellow man.



Faith lives in a broken heart.  “He cried out with tears, Lord, I believe.”  True faith is always in a heart bruised for sin.  They, therefore, whose hearts were never touched for sin, have no faith.  If a physician should tell us there was a herb that would help us against all infections, but it always grows in a watery place; if we should see a herb like it in colour, leaf, smell, blossom, but growing upon a rock, we should conclude that it was the wrong herb.  So saving faith always grows in a heart humbled for sin, in a weeping eye and a tearful conscience
Thomas Watson


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