• Coledale Camp 2019

    Two weekends ago we had 50 people from our THIRST youth groups at our annual Coledale Camp. We stayed in tents for two nights right next to the beach. The weather was excellent, with just a few showers on Saturday morning. It’s a lovely place with a large grass area

  • Baptism and Confirmation

    On 31 March 16 youth and young adults are being baptized and confirmed in our Evening Church (6pm).   “Baptism” is the sign of the new life God gives us when we turn to Jesus and follow him. “Confirmation” is when those baptized as babies confirm for themselves the commitments

  • Building for Ministry Update – March 2019

    It is now one year since we committed as a church to build for ministry. So far we have… Read full update here.

  • New/Updated pledge form

    If you need a new or updated pledge form, you can download one here. How to give to Building for Ministry Whether or not you have made a pledge, you can still give to the building for ministry fund by: Direct deposit to our dedicated bank account:  BSB 032 059,

  • Ray & Kat Levy – Marketplace Missionaries in Brussels, Belgium

    By Jenn Phillips Kat and Ray were longtime members of Jannali Anglican Church before moving to London and finally settling in Brussels, Belgium. Kat works as an Education Manager for the largest Language School in Belgium, Ray works as an E-Learning Specialist for a company in Belgium and the two

  • Ian and Narelle Hadfield

    Ian & Narelle are missionaries with CMS (Church Missionary Society), and have been serving in Hong Kong for the last two years. Ian & Narelle’s daughter Beth has also taken work as a teacher in Hong Kong, allowing them to stay together as a family. Ian ministers at St Andrews

  • Evening connections on weekend away

    Drinking flat whites made by our resident barista (thanks Ryan) was once again a highlight of Evening Church weekend away. But even better was the extra time that the weekend gave us to get to know one another. In each of our main sessions we interviewed members of the congregation,

  • Refresh – What are we Building?

    What are we planning? A new foyer/community space to the east of the present church area Served by a new kitchen, this will function as a large and welcoming foyer, a place for morning tea/supper, an overflow area for occasional services, a covered verandah opening to the yard, and a

  • Refresh – Why are we building?

    Church buildings exist for ministry to people. Good church buildings contribute significantly to gospel work. They provide spaces for the word to be preached and responded to, for people to pray, for people to sing, for people to love each other, for people to connect with the community and minister

  • Three Dimensional Singing

    For some people, singing feels like a natural, normal and vital part of their church life. A woman at our church comes early every week to listen to the band practice. She almost runs up to church 45 minutes early. For others, it is drag, a three minute break before