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17 Kinghorne St, Goulburn NSW 2580

For all general inquiries, or in regards to weddings or baptisms, contact Minister Ross Hathway via telephone on (02) 4821 4976 or via email in the fields to the right.  

 

 

         

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Mission

"To Know Christ And To Make Him Known"

 

Our Vision is to:

Celebrate         the love of God
Care                   for each other
Cultivate          spiritual growth
Communicate the Gospel in words and actions to others

We Support:

 

  • The Anglican Church Missionary Society: Kylie Zietsch is working with women at Johannesburg Bible College (JBC). She is involved in teaching and mentoring women and looks forward to see them grow in their faith and excitement to share Jesus with others. Please click on the picture below for more information regarding Kylie.

  • The Church Missionary Society (CMS) is a fellowship of Christian people and churches committed to global mission. We work with churches to set apart long-term workers who cross cultures to share the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. CMS supports over 200 missionaries in over 40 locations around the world. For more information on CMS please click on the below link.
    http://bit.ly/CMSWhatTheyDo

  • Anglican Bush Church Aid: Alfrene Wright is employed as Gulargambone Central School’s chaplain. A Christian since her early teenage years, Alfrene has held various roles with different churches throughout the years and is passionate about young people having the opportunity to achieve in life through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Alfrene’s ministry is made possible through a Department of Education Chaplaincy grant. Please click on the picture below for more information regarding Alfrene.

  • Bush Church Aid (BCA), financially assists BCA's wider work across regional Australia.
    BCA is celebrating its 100 year anniversary on 26th May, 2019.
    BCA’s role over the years grew and developed as different needs arose.
    Over the last century BCA has enjoyed responsibility for ministries ranging from flying padres, church services, Scripture in schools and family counselling, to welfare and medical services.
    Mission vans, hostels, hospitals, the Flying Medical Service, Mail Bag Sunday School, clergy, nurses and others played their part in taking the love of Christ to all corners of our vast continent.
    Please click on the below link for a brief history of BCA.
    http://bit.ly/BCAHistory