Welcome to DaySpring Church


Contemporary Christianity is refreshingly relevant. Full of well-grounded faith, and a great sense of connected community, DaySpring Church is a wonderful place to explore how to do life well. We extend to you a very warm welcome as you fellowship and worship with us. God is really in a good mood, and that mood is reflected here. Come and see!
Service Times: Sundays 9:30AM and 6:00PM.

Jesus Racing Men's Event Nov 19


Jesus Racing is hosting it's 2nd annual men's event at Sydney Motorsport Park at Eastern Creek with some fantastic car displays, great entertainment, food and drinks, plus a live 'on-track' demonstration by Fishtail! Only $35, so get online and book your tickets at www.jesusracing.com.au and invite a MATE!

Prayer and Intercession


Prayer is the heart of DaySpring. We take a very intentional but non-mystical approach to prayer and intercession. We love to get close to God, hear His heart and pray. We seriously believe He hears and answers! As our Mission Motto states: We are "called to gather around the Firelight of the Spirit". Prayer stokes that Fire.

DaySpring has a Bus!


Do You Need Transport On Sundays?

We may have just the solution for you. DaySpring Church now has the use of an older Sydney bus which now runs a pickup route on Sunday mornings. The bus route includes a number of stops at key locations. The bus route and timetable is listed below.

HISmen Camp - October 17-19, 2014


The 2014 HISmen GETAWAY is based around a camping weekend at the CASUARINA CAMPING AREA in the Onley State forest. We are looking forward to an informally structured time of connecting with each other; the focal point being the Saturday Night Camp Fire. Come and enjoy a weekend of fun and adventure with the men and boys of Dayspring. Feel free to bring a friend.

Rainbow over DaySpring

rainbow over dayspring

This has to be special! Rainbows are indicative of promise, especially after a storm. We felt that this photo needed to be posted for your enjoyment and encouragement. Photo: Kathleen King

walk a while with Ken Duncan