• Sharkies: victory now, what next?

    My Facebook feed and the TV news have been filled with stories of celebration and jubilant fans. It’s hard not to feel excited about the victory (even as a Dragons fan). It’s good and right to cheer and celebrate when a victory of this kind happens. The Shire is a

  • Josh and Sara Maule

    In January, Joshua Maule will join our staff team as our new young adult and Evening Church pastor. He will also serve at Family Church. Josh is currently studying in his final year at Moore College. He grew up as part of Springwood Winmalee Anglican Churches. A key time for


    Last weekend we had our 5th annual FUSE Camp at Telford in the Royal National Park. This weekend is always a highlight of the FUSE calendar and our 2016 camp was no exception. We had 30 young people come away with us on our first camp in 2012. Since then

  • The Hadfields are moving to Hong Kong!

    For the past 9 years we as a church have partnered with Narelle and Ian Hadfield as they served God in pastoring an expat church in Jakarta Indonesia.  We have shared in their joys and their hardships. We have prayed for them and with them and cared for them. They

  • God’s Grace that Saves and Teaches

    At Evening Church [and Saturday Church] we’re currently working through a teaching series in Titus. Titus is a short letter written by Paul, the Apostle, to Titus one of his trusted colleagues on the island of Crete. Paul journeyed around the 1st Century world speaking the news about Jesus the

  • Christianity Explored?

    “Christianity Explored” is an opportunity to explore who Jesus is, why he came and why it matters. Guests enjoy friendly hospitality, read and discuss Mark’s Gospel and watch a series of videos by Rico Tice and ask any questions they like. In May we launched multiple “Christianity Explored” courses at

  • CMS Summer School 2017

    CMS Summer School is a conference with a difference! Thousands gather at Katoomba each January for great Bible teaching and to focus on what God is doing around the world. It is strengthening, challenging and encouraging. The Rev William Taylor is the main speaker. William is rector of St Helen’s

  • Our Youth Service turns 21!

    Our Youth Church had its first service at 5.30pm on Sunday 20th August 1995. Back then the inside of the church faced the opposite way. Our evening service was called “Sunday Night Celebration” and so we called the new youth service “Sunday Night Live”. Later this was contracted to SNL. Only

  • Evening Church Women’s Ministry

    Imagine having honest, Christ-focused relationships with women of all ages & backgrounds. Wouldn’t it be great to read the bible, pray and minister together through every season of life? Praise God that this is happening at Jannali Evening Church! This year it has been our goal to create even more

  • Escotts to England

    One of our aims is to “impact the nations”.  Tim and Naomi Escott are two people who have left us to serve in other places. In 2007-2008 Tim trained with us as a JMAP apprentice, then spent 4 years at Moore College preparing for a lifetime of ministry. For the