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Cruise to Glenorie Bakery for Brunch

Sunday 17th March 2019

CANCELLED DUE TO WET WEATHER

 

An enjoyable drive to Glenorie Bakery for brunch where it is order and pay yourself, followed by a cruise to the oldest church in Australia, Ebenezer Church. Full details below…..

Bookings are necessary for insurance purposes and close 10:00pm Friday 15th March 2019.

Upon checkout you will be requested to provide the name of all attendees (as well as email address). Attendees who are not club members will be granted Temporary Membership for these two days. This is necessary to ensure that the event documentation conforms with relevant legislation and that all attendees are covered by our CAMS insurance policy. This information will be required on all future events!

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Cruise to Glenorie Bakery for Brunch

Sunday 17th March 2019

 

Meeting Point 9.30am
Peter Brock Drive Eastern Creek Opposite Go Cart Track

Briefing 9.45am
10am Leave Meeting Point
Take Prospect Hwy, then Seven Hills Rd and then Gilbert Rd to Old Northern Rd to Glenorie.
11am Arrive at Glenorie Bakery for Brunch, everyone can order there own meals, and enjoy a scrumptious pastries, Pies or Breakfast or lunch.
After an enjoyable brunch we will be going on a 40 minute drive to the Historic Ebenezer Church, Ebenezer.
12.30pm Leave Gleorie Bakery
Head north-west on Old Northern Rd towards Post Office Rd, to Cattai Ridge Road, Continue on Cattai Ridge Rd. Take Scheyville Rd, Wilberforce Rd and Sackville Rd to Tizzana Rd in Ebenezer then onto Ebonezer Church. 95 Coromandel Rd, Ebenezer NSW 2756
1.10pm arrive at Ebenezer Church. Ebenezer Church:
• Is Australia’s oldest church, est. 1809 at Ebenezer, NSW
• Was the first non-conformist then Presbyterian Church in Australia
• Was a pioneer in education in the colony, beginning a school in 1810. The church is the oldest extant school building in Australia.
• The Coromandel covenantors arrived in Sydney in 1802 and began as pioneer farmers on the Hawkesbury at Portland Head in 1803.
• After five years of worship in the open air and in the homes of Dr Arndell and Owen Cavanough they, with seven other families, covenanted on the 22nd September 1808. They formed the ‘Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge and the Instruction of Youth’ and agreed to build a church and school and to call a minister to facilitate their faith.
• Ebenezer means ‘The Lord has helped us all the way’ or ‘Stone of Help’. 1 Samuel: Chapter 7 Verse 12.
• In 1809 and 1817 they sent to the London Missionary Society for supply of a minister.
• The first communion service according to the Church of Scotland was conducted in 1824 by the Rev. Dr. John Dunmore Lang. Andrew Johnston was ordained as an elder.
• The schoolmaster’s residence appears to have been built in 1817 and is an excellent example along with the church of early colonial architecture designed by Andrew Johnston.
• David Dunstan and later Charles Smith, carpenter for Governor Macquarie and architect Greenway, did the carpentry at Ebenezer Church.
• The first ordained Minister to serve at Ebenezer was the Rev. Dr John McGarvie, taking over pastoral duties from layman Catechist ‘Pastor’ James Mein.
• The fifteen pioneer families made major contribution not only to church life but also to the whole development of the colony in its infancy.

Upon checkout you will be requested to provide the name of all attendees (as well as email address). Attendees who are not club members will be granted Temporary Membership for these two days. This is necessary to ensure that the event documentation conforms with relevant legislation and that all attendees are covered by our CAMS insurance policy. This information will be required on all future events!