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5pm service: A Crack in the Curtain

Posted 18 May 2016, 9:22 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

A few weeks ago, pastor Jim preached a great sermon in the apologetics series on why bad things happen to God’s people.  “How can a good God allow suffering in this life?” is the title of the sermon and you can still listen to it on our website.  This is a great introduction to today’s sermon.  In the Old Testament we find the story of Job.  Now by all accounts Job was a good man – he feared God and shunned evil – he was blameless and upright. (Job 1:1).  When you read his story and the way his life is devastated by one major event after another – you would think that Job would be allowed to ask “How can a good God allow suffering in this life?”. 

Don’t we often experience a similar situation?  Life is great until…..  you get a bad prognosis from the oncologist, or one of your relatives is in a serious accident, or a business deal goes bad, or a marriage falls apart.  I am sure have experienced this yourself, or you are even experiencing this now.  Your life becomes engulfed in fire.  Your soul is troubled.  Your faith scorched.  Will I ever survive life’s inferno?

How do you answer questions like that?  What can we say?  Can we read the mind of God?  Fortunately the Bible does give us some answers and today we will look at some of those – join us to open the crack in the curtain to take a glimpse.

Bible Passage: Job 1:6-12 & Job 19:13-29

Preacher: John Van Dijk

9am service: Will my Faith Sustain Me?

Posted 18 May 2016, 9:20 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

The start to Ruby Black’s life was anything but normal. There were moments of heartache, fear, uncertainty and so much more. When faced with circumstances completely outside of your control, is there someone you can trust? We are taught that God is faithful; that he is true; we believe the promises of God in the Bible but what happens when crisis hits? It is the chance to go from knowing these things of God, to experiencing them. This is the testimony of Lachie and Bonnie through the premature birth of Ruby and her long hospitalisation. Today becomes a time to celebrate Ruby’s life, the promises of God in her baptism and the faith we hold onto, because we know that ‘God is our refuge and our strength, an ever present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear’ (Psalm 46).

Bible Passage: Psalm 46

Pastor: Jim de Witte

9am service: A Fierce Flourishing

Posted 4 May 2016, 9:59 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

One of the ministries of our church is called Mum's Cafe. This year their theme is 'A Fierce Flourishing.' According to one dictionary the meaning of the word 'flourish' is to "grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a particularly congenial environment." It's fair to say that every human being wants their life to flourish - to grow and develop in a healthy and vigorous way... But what does this look like and how can it happen? This Sunday, as we turn to Isaiah 55 we'll see how we can flourish fiercely, particularly as mothers but indeed all of us.  

Bible Passage: Isaiah 55:1-13

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


Funeral Service Details

Posted 27 April 2016, 8:49 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

The Funeral Service for Rachel Barham will be held at Redlands Christian Reformed Church at 2pm, Thursday 28th April.     

Thanks to those who have offered to help for the funeral service. We still need help with the serving and cleanup of afternoon tea.




5pm service: How can a good God allow suffering in this

Posted 27 April 2016, 8:23 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

How can a good God allow suffering in this life? It’s a huge question, isn’t it? Hardly a day goes by when we don’t come across suffering. Devastation caused by earthquakes and tsunamis… millions living in poverty… children being abused… family breakdowns… bullying… people suffer. We suffer. So it’s right to say to God: “God, if you’re there, why don’t you do something about it?” People have endeavoured to come to grips with these puzzling questions from the dawn of recorded history. To humans, it seems so obvious—if God truly is, as Christians proclaim, all-loving and all-powerful, He could stop the evil and suffering in this world. So why doesn’t He? Atheists and agnostics often point to this conundrum to support their disbelief and scepticism. How does a believer answer? As part of our apologetic series we will tackle this topic on Sunday night.

Bible Passage: 2 Corinthians 1: 3-11

Pastor: Jim de Witte

9am service: Gifts of Service

Posted 27 April 2016, 8:22 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

We're two weeks into our series on spiritual gifts. So far we looked at what spiritual gifts are in theory and why they have been given by the Holy Spirit to the church. For the next few Sundays we will be delving a little deeper into the actual gifts and come up close to them as we unpack them in categories. By giving a brief description of each gift and seeing how we observe it in Scripture, we'll again discover how unique - and therefore indispensable - each of the gifts are. Please join us as we discover more of God's grace to his church in these remarkable gifts.  

Bible Passage: Romans 12:6-8

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


5pm service: Can a loving God send people to hell?

Posted 20 April 2016, 10:17 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

"For a conscious creature to undergo physical and mental torture through unending time... is horrible and disturbing beyond words and the thought of such torment being deliberately inflicted by divine decree is totally incompatible with the idea of God as infinite love." These words from John Hick, a one time professor of theology at Birmingham University mirrors the sentiment of many when it comes to the Christian doctrine of hell. It seems so incompatible that a God who 'is love' (1 John 4:8) would commit to such an extreme act as to condemn people to an eternal punishment by himself. Is it true? And if it is, how can it be believed alongside the claim that God is a God of love? This Sunday evening we'll unpack this question further.  

Bible Passage: Luke 16:19-31

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem

9am service: Spiritual gifts - Why do we need Them?

Posted 20 April 2016, 10:14 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

We are looking further into Spiritual Gifts this Sunday and run into the question, ‘What is the purpose of Spiritual gifts?’ In Romans 1:11-12 Paul writes, ‘I long to see you that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to make you strong- that is that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith’. The thing we see is that the spiritual gifts are for strengthening the faith of others. These gifts are meant to be graces from God for the instruction and encouragement of the church. Someone wrote, ‘When God got ready to organize his church, he didn’t set up a dictatorship with the pastor at the head. He also didn’t set up a democracy where everybody had an equal say in everything. When God got ready to organize the church, he set up a body with Christ as the head and each Christian as a part of the body. Spiritual gifts enable the body parts (you and me) to function correctly.’ We will be looking at what that means for us, as individuals and a church, on Sunday morning.

Bible Passage: Romans 12:3-8; 1 Corinthians 12:7

Pastor: Jim de Witte


5pm service: Can we Trust the Bible?

Posted 14 April 2016, 9:48 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

"Jesus love me this I know, for the Bible tells me so." Perhaps the greatest strength of this children's hymn is it's sheer simplicity of truth. Yet any critic has to ask: "is '... for the Bible tells me so...' a good enough foundation to build a worldview on and indeed entrust your very life to? How do we know the Bible is true? How do we know it's not tampered with? Is there anything that can give us assurance that it is reliable? This Sunday night we kick off a series of apologetics sermons. Apologetics means 'to defend'. In the case of this series we'll give a defense of various Christian doctrines and beliefs that are often put forward to discount the credibility of the Christian faith. This series will be immensely helpful for anyone skeptic of the Christian faith but keen to do more investigation. Furthermore, it will be a very valuable for time for Christians to grow in their understanding of why their faith is realistic and how it can be explained in conversations with friends and family who ask the hard questions. You are more than welcome to join us.    

Bible Passage: Matthew 5:17-18; 2 Timothy 3:14-17

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


9am service: Spiritual Gifts - What are they?

Posted 14 April 2016, 9:47 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

A spiritual gift is an expression of the Holy Spirit in the life of believers which empowers them to serve the body of Christ, the church. What do you think when you read this quote? What questions does it raise for you? Today we are starting a series looking at the topic of spiritual gifts. There are a number of places in the New Testament which list various spiritual gifts. Some examples are 1 Corinthians 12-14, Romans 12:3-8 and 1 Peter 4:7-11. From these passages we can put together a bit of a list of Spiritual gifts and get an idea of what a gift is. Some of the gifts can look quite extraordinary while others seem so plain and ordinary. What we will be doing over the next few weeks is try and understand spiritual gifts, giving you the opportunity to discover, develop and deploy your gift mix. Why? For the glory of God and the growth of his kingdom.

Bible Passage: 1 Corinthians 12: 1-27

Pastor: Jim de Witte



NETWORK - Spiritual Gifts Course

Posted 8 April 2016, 9:20 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink


What are my gifts?

This is a question that many people ask. So, as a church, we want to help people discover their spiritual gifts, personal style, and God-given passion for serving in the body of Christ. We will do that through the Network course, which is designed for helping people discover their spiritual gifts and empower them for ministry. The material, developed in partnership with the Willow Creek Church, helps guide you to the place of ministry that best reflects who you are. Want to get more involved? Want to have greater effectiveness? More enthusiasm? Less burn-out? Want to have a better understanding of who God created you to be? The join in the Network Discover your Gifts course!

Last year we ran a pilot group through the course and we now plan to roll it out across the church for small groups and individuals, beginning in the week of the 17th April.

Our desire is to see as many people as possible discover their gifts and help build the kingdom of God, serving in ways that empowers them and blesses many.

You can sign up as a Small Group or an individual.



5pm service: The Parable of the Talents

Posted 6 April 2016, 1:46 PM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

We know that Jesus has promised that He is coming back, but what should we be doing in the meantime? In Matthew 25, Jesus gives two well-known parables and when both taken together, provide a good balance in terms of what we should be doing while we wait for His return. For our focus on Sunday evening will be the Parable of the Talents, an often misunderstood parable of Jesus, and yet one that packs a punch.

Bible Passage: Matthew 25: 14-30

Preacher: Ryan Hemelaar

9am service: Authentic Christian Living

Posted 6 April 2016, 1:45 PM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

The world is full of fake imitations of goods and products.  When it comes to us human beings, we use the word hypocrite  to describe  people who purport  to be something or someone who is not real or genuine.  Unfortunately this is not confined to non-christians.  Many   “Christians” may also be labelled  hypocrites, i.e.  those who profess to be christian, but whose everyday living does not fit the model the Bible teaches for a  real, authentic  Christian life style.  Throughout the New Testament epistles, Paul has a lot to say about how we should live as genuine followers of Christ and today we will ask ourselves four questions: How important is our conduct as Christians; should our Christianity be only for Sundays; Is it a 24/7 lifestyle and are you a genuine follower?

Bible Passage: Romans 13:8-14

Preacher: Bevan Burnes

Car Wash - Saturday

Posted 30 March 2016, 9:49 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

Car Wash this Saturday 2nd April

Starting at 8:00am.

Volunteers Needed. 

Proceeds are destined for Burma and the vehicle purchase.


5pm service: Were You There When They Caught the Fish

Posted 30 March 2016, 9:47 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

In the weeks leading up to Easter we brought to life some of the events preceding Jesus' crucifixion. On Good Friday we sat in the darkness of his death and on Easter Sunday we saw the light of his resurrection. But what now? Christians know that the story of Jesus soon shifts to the book of Acts and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Yet before it does there are a few intimate encounters that people have with the resurrected Jesus. On Sunday afternoon we'll unpack one of these - a living parable with some hugely significant lessons for the church. Please join us.  

Bible Passage: John 21:1-14

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


9am service: The Days After

Posted 30 March 2016, 9:44 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

Last week for 3 days over Easter we despaired over the crucifixion of Christ, we lamented over His death and we finally celebrated His victory over the binding force of hell.

Yes, it is true that Jesus’ resurrection is great news and hundreds of millions of people around the world celebrated the hope they have in Christ, that one day, as promised by the Bible, they too will be resurrected.

So we have hope after death, that’s great. But what about hope BEFORE death?  

What are we to do, the days after this roller coaster ride of emotional events?

The answer lies in something Jesus said on the cross and this Sunday, we will revisit Golgotha to find out.

Bible Passages: John 10:10 (NKJV)10 The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.


John 20:31 (NIV)30 Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book.31 But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.

Preacher: Michael Choi

Good Friday 9am

Posted 23 March 2016, 2:27 PM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

 During the crucifixion ‘at the sixth hour darkness came over whole land until the ninth hour.’ Darkness from midday to 3pm? Something ominous and evil is going on here because the darkness cannot readily be accounted for by natural phenomena. How would it feel to be standing there watching events as they unfold and being enveloped in darkness? That would freak me out big time. What is going on here? Amos alludes to it in his prophecy, “In that day,’ declares the Sovereign Lord, ‘I will make the sun go down at noon and darken the earth in broad daylight.’” (8:9). What happened in those hours of darkness? We will think about that on Good Friday.

Bible Passage: Mark 15:33-39

Pastor: Jim de Witte

Easter Sunday 9am: An Empty Tomb

Posted 23 March 2016, 10:54 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

At the time of Jesus' arrest, the gospel writer Luke reports Jesus saying to his captors: "Every day I was with you in the temple courts, and you did not lay a hand on me. But this is your hour - when darkness reigns (22:53).' Throughout Friday and Saturday that darkness reigns in every sense of the word, spiritually, physically and emotionally. History is covered in blackness. But then... "... early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb...(John 20:1)." What she finds there changes everything! Please join us on Sunday morning as we journey through this passage and in some way come to terms with what happened in that dark, dusty, moldy tomb and why it above any other historical event has the power to turn our lives around. 

Bible Passage: John 20:1-9 and 24-31

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


5pm service: My Victory

Posted 16 March 2016, 12:09 PM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

Legendary American football coach Vince Lombardi famously said: "winning isn't everything, it's the only thing." The apostle Paul, describing life metaphorically as a race, says that his aim is to win the 'race' and not to lose it (Phil 3:12-14; 1 Cor 9:24-27; 2 Tim 4:6-8). Both these famous authors wanted the exact same thing - victory! One craved it in the game of football and the other in the 'game' of life. But what is victory in the 'game' of life? And if we can successfully define what that victory is, how do we get it? This Sunday as we celebrate the churches cricket competition drawing to a close we'll unpack these questions. Please join us for this special service.

Bible Passage: 1 Corinthians 15:54-58

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


9am Jesus' trial?

Posted 16 March 2016, 12:08 PM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

Were you there...

We tend to find trials fascinating. They are so full of suspense and drama. Over the past couple of years there have been some sensational trials that have us riveted to the proceedings and waiting for the outcome, the verdict. Gerard Baden-Clay and Oscar Pistorius are a couple that come to mind. The trial of Jesus Christ, which led to his guilty verdict and crucifixion, is probably the most sensational trial in all of history. If it were being played out in the courts today, it would be front page news. But is that the way you see the trial? Or is it, as spectacular and important as it was, we skim over the details of it because we feel it was just a sham, something that had to happen and so was inevitable. But that’s not the case at all. For things to be done right, proper legal procedures needed to be followed and the law upheld. This morning we will look a little more closely at the trial, hear the testimony and receive your verdict. As Montgomery Boice writes, ‘The strange thing about this case is that the decision you make will not determine the destiny of the defendant [Jesus]. It will determine the destiny of yourself, the judge.’

Bible Passage: Matthew 26:57-67; 27:11-26

Pastor: Jim de Witte

9am service: Were You There...

Posted 9 March 2016, 3:51 PM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

"It takes some work for us to reclaim for our imaginations the true picture of the arrest of Jesus. Some of you might see in your mind's eye the richly painted, perfectly posed scene often depicted in classical art. Others of us are stuck with a cardboard and plastic version of what we've seen acted out in some church basement." How true are these words of Michael Card? It's so hard for us, 2000 years removed from the scene of Jesus' arrest to 'get' how intense and how significant every detailed aspect of this event is. This Sunday as we step into that event we'll come closer to grips with the magnitude of what occurred in that garden and how it alters our lives beyond measure. Please join us.  

Bible Reading: John 18:1-11

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem


5pm service: .....when Peter denied Jesus??

Posted 9 March 2016, 8:30 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

Were you there...

In the story we have this evening the focus is on Peter, Jesus’ disciple and friend, a man who had left everything to follow Jesus. He was one of the first called to follow. He was one of a very few who witnessed Christ’s transfiguration. He was the disciple who walked on water. He was the disciple who was nicknamed “The rock”. And it’s this disciple, this one who claimed to love Jesus so much, who so miserably fails under stress. Given an opportunity to prove his faith, Peter crumbles. Given an opportunity to stand up for Christ, Peter huddles by a fire, hiding his face. It’s a huge reminder that the followers of Jesus are human. How would you react in the intensity of this strange night? We can be just like Peter, crumbling when the heat is on. Yet it’s so easy to focus on what Peter does wrong here we actually miss what he does right. How differently might our lives look if we took a Peter-approach to our own crumbling? What if, the next time we said something we shouldn’t in a time of stress– we simply said “I’m sorry.” What if the next time, we did something we regretted – we faced it; owned up to our loved ones, owned up to ourselves; owned up to our God. How do you respond when you ‘hear the rooster crow’? 

Bible Passage: Luke 22: 54-62

Pastor: Jim de Witte

5pm service: Were You There.....

Posted 2 March 2016, 8:00 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

....when Jesus prayed in the Garden?

It is always a temptation for us to minimize the suffering of our Lord.  Perhaps that is natural because we were not there to witness it.  We tend to view our Saviour as calm, cool, and in control.  He had everything planned, didn't He?  Yet, here we read of His great sorrow and fear (Luke, the doctor, says he had sweat falling like great drops of blood), and yet somehow it all seems so unreal!  We almost feel as though He must have been play acting for us.  Jesus knew what was going to happen.  He knew that He would die, and He knew that He would rise from the dead!  What did He have to fear?  What so often escapes our attention is that He was also true man.  He wasn't God pretending to be a man, but a real, genuine, normal, mortal man. In the face of his coming death he was fearful, but not just for his physical death but for the significance of his death for all humanity. Our aim this Sunday evening is to try and put ourselves there in the Garden of Gethsemane with Jesus and the disciples to see what it might mean for us.

Bible Passage: Matthew 26:36-46

Pastor: Jim de Witte


9am service: 'Is It Me?'

Posted 2 March 2016, 7:56 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

"In my dream I was carried away to a great and high mountain where I saw that great city, the goal of all our hopes and desires, the end of our salvation, the Holy City of God, the new Jerusalem. Around the city, as around the earthly Jerusalem, there ran a wall great and high. There were twelve gates, north, south, east and west;and every gate was a pearl, and at every gate stood one of the Great Angels. On the gates were written the names of the Twelve Tribes of the children of Israel, from Reuben to Benjamin. The wall of the city stood upon twelve massive foundation stones, and on each stone was the name of one of the Twelve Apostles of the Lamb; and as I walked around the city, thrilling with joy and rapture at the glory and splendor of it, I read the names written upon the twelve stones - Peter, James, John, and all the others. But one name was missing. I looked in vain for that name, either on the twelve gates or on the twelve foundation stones - and that name was Judas..." - Clarence Edward Macartney. On Sunday morning, as we we start a new Easter series called 'Were you There', we'll unpack what happened to the one who's name was missing and what can we learn from him. Please join us.    

Bible Passage: Psalm 41:9 and John 13:18-30

Pastor: Jim de Witte


Posted 24 February 2016, 8:56 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

This chapter begins with John’s account of Jesus’ final hours before his crucifixion. Over the next few weeks, leading up to Easter, we will track Jesus’ journey to the cross. In one sense, it is the journey Jesus now took to the cross that demonstrated the full extent of his love. But John, more likely, has in mind here what Jesus did and said at the Last Supper, beginning with the foot washing story that is so well known. We live in a very proud and egotistical society. It is now considered acceptable and even normal for people to promote themselves, to praise themselves, and to put themselves first. Pride is considered a virtue by many. Humility, on the other hand, is considered a weakness. Yet Jesus, confident in his own identity, was not diminished by his humbling himself to serve. If we are confident in our identity in Christ, knowing we are deeply loved by God, should not experience any of the insecurity that generates competition and struggle. So what has the servant Jesus done for us? What are we, as fellow servants, to do for one another?

Bible Passage: John 13:1-17

Pastor: Jim de Witte

9am service: Widen the Circle

Posted 24 February 2016, 8:53 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

Many of us have heard the African proverb: "It takes a village to raise a child." In African culture this boils down to some extensive sharing of intimate parenting responsibilities among mums, dads, siblings, cousins, uncles, aunts, grandmas, grandpas and even friends. While this may seem like a strange phenomenon to Western culture we can learn a very important faith lesson from the Africans. It says to us that it takes more than just the authentic voices of parents to lead their children to Christ. Forming a living faith in the hearts of the future generations is everybody's business in a church. Irrespective of age, gender, children or no children we all are somehow burdened by the responsibility of passing on the truth of the gospel to the generations after us. The big question, of course, is how? How do we all do this? Please join us on Sunday morning as we explore this topic and finish of our series on Families of Faith.     

Bible Passage: Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and 2 Timothy 2:1-2

Pastor: Ettiene de Wilzem



5pm service: I AM...the true vine.

Posted 17 February 2016, 10:00 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

The evening series has had us looking at the ‘I AM…’ statements of Jesus. We have already talked about Jesus being the Light, the Gate, the Bread of Life, and the Good Shepherd and the Way, the Truth and the Life. Each of these sayings reveals some aspect of who Jesus is. Today Jesus takes us to a vineyard when he says, I am the true vine. Throughout the Old Testament, vineyard language is used to portray Israel and its relationship to God. In John 15 Jesus picks up this old vineyard song. Jesus says that He is the true vine. He is the true Israel. He is the true Messiah. Only in him can true life and true fruitfulness be found. Not only is Jesus the vine, but we are the branches. Through our relationship we Jesus Christ we are connected to life giving faith and sustenance. The branches that abide in the true Vine represent those who are truly saved and the promise of Jesus is that he will remain with them. So what does it mean to know Jesus as the true vine? What does it mean to ‘remain in him’? these are great questions we will look at on Sunday night.

Bible Passage: John 15:1-17

Pastor: Jim de Witte

9am service: Families of Faith: Creating Rhythms

Posted 17 February 2016, 9:57 AM by Wendy Hammond. Permalink

We live busy lives as we rush from one thing to the next. But there is one time when can’t rush, when you have to slow down; where you have to have courage to face your fears; when you need to be patience; when you need to give careful instructions. That time is the first time your child sits in the driver’s seat of the car and you are the passenger. You want to make sure that everything is right before whacking the car into gear and kangaroo hop away from the curve. Moses, in Deuteronomy 6, is painting a similar picture for us when it comes to the spiritual instruction and guiding of our children. We will look at these instructions Moses gives and apply them in our busy lives, establishing rhythms of healthy family life.

Bible Passage: Deuteronomy 6:7-9; Luke 2:39-51

Pastor: Jim de Witte

Rob Kemp Funeral

Posted 10 February 2016, 11:35 AM by Jim de Witte. Permalink

 Hi all.

An oversight on my part is not informing you of the day of the funeral.

For those wishing to attend the service (following a private burial) will be held at 10.30am on Thursday 11th February (tomorrow) at Redlands Christian Reformed Church.

Sorry about the oversight.

Rob Kemp Funeral

Posted 9 February 2016, 1:09 PM by Jim de Witte. Permalink

 As announced last Sunday, Rob Kemp went to be with his Lord on Saturday 6th February after a battle with cancer. Rob and Peta had only recently moved back into the Redlands and worshipping with us. Since the move Rob had been quite ill and hospitalized following each chemo treatment.

There will be a private family committal service followed by a Thanksgiving Service at 10.30am which will be held at Redlands Christian Reformed Church (cnr of Delancey and Sturgeon sts, Ormiston).

A contact address for the family is: 51/571 Cleveland-Redland Bay rd, Victoria Point, 4165. (Adventist Retirement Village).

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