I know this probably won't interest too many members, but it may some so here it is. Ebenezer Uniting Church turns 200 on Saturday. This little stone church that many members would have passed very near to without even realising it is there, is the oldest church in Australia and the oldest one in continuous use since it was founded in 1809. Just off the Putty Road at Wilberforce, the church is on the bend of the Nepean River and will be the scene of celebrations this Saturday as members and people with an historical interest gather there to celebrate 200 years of use. As Hornet and I are direct descendants of one of the founders of the church, we will be on-site manning the family tent along with members of the other 15 pioneer families who will be there on the weekend. If you happen to be riding by on Saturday or Sunday, why not drop in and catch an important part of Australia's history taking place. Turn right in the middle of Wilberforce and follow the signs.