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Operation Christmas Child - Celebration Sunday


This year St Nick’s is again participating in this wonderful project, Operation Christmas Child. You can contact Christine 48298393 or for more information or to obtain pre-printed shoe boxes. There will be a celebration service on Sunday, 20th October, after which the boxes will start on their long journey to countries such as Fiji, Cambodia and Thailand.

Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational evangelical Christian organisation whose mission is to provide spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1993, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet the needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine.

Operation Christmas Child is a unique project that takes gift-filled shoe boxes to children in need in over 150 countries around the world. The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

All of Samaritan’s Purse’s projects, including Operation Christmas Child , are given and provided with “no strings attached” and without regard to the race, creed, gender, religion or ethnicity of the beneficiaries.

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5:00 PM17:00


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Do you have children and are looking for a fun family party on the 31st October?
Well there is a great family friendly party occurring at St Nicholas’ Church the
“Goulburn Light Party” from 5pm to 7:30pm on the evening of 31st October.

Come along, get all your family to dress up, as their favourite Superhero, Princess,
Prince, Knight, Cartoon or Story Book Character.
There will be a Best Dressed Contest and Costume Parade, Jumping Castles, Face Painting,
Games, Sausage Sizzle and Drinks, Coffee and Cakes (for parents), Craft, Music, Dancers
and Puppet Show.

When: 5:00-7:30pm
Where: St Nicholas’ Church, 17 Kinghorne St Goulburn
Entry is Free
There will be a sausage sizzle, food, coffee and drinks available at a small cost.

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ONE - Canberra Youth Christian Convention

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ONE - Canberra Youth Christian Convention

Date: Friday, 8 November 2019
When: BBQ and lawn games 6:15pm – 7pm (bring some coins)
Singing and talk 7pm – 9pm
Where: University of Canberra, The Boiler House Lecture Theatre.
Cost: Entry Fee $5
Building 14 (University of Canberra)
11 Kirinari Street, Bruce, ACT

ONE is the Canberra Youth Christian Convention that brings teenagers from all over Canberra and the surrounding regions together. We believe God has made us all ONE in Jesus and so we want to express that by getting together. We think the good news about Jesus is so good that all youth should hear it.

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This year’s speaker is Andrew Robinson:

Andrew Robinson has been sharing the story of Jesus with young people for a while now. He’s worked with uni students in Sydney and homeless people in Johannesburg, and as a School Chaplain in Canberra and Honiara, Solomon Islands.

He spends his time now as Chaplain at Canberra Grammar School in Red Hill and wrangling his two young kids. His wife Felicity works in international development and they both love seeing God bring change and hope to peoples’ lives.

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Voices for Justice 2019 - Micah Australia Event

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Voices for Justice 2019

Bringing the tribes of the Australian church together, to speak up for the world’s poor in our nation’s capital.

Voices for Justice is Micah Australia's flagship event, and a unique opportunity for you to gather with like-minded Christians to lobby your MP and state Senators on the issue of global poverty.

By inspiring, training and equipping Christians to speak with federal politicians about global poverty, Voices for Justice has provided a catalyst for building long-term relationships between Australian Christians and their local MPs, and set the stage for major aid announcements and breakthroughs in previous years.

Voices for Justice comes at a critical time in Australia's political cycle and international relations.This is a key opportunity for you to use your voice and lobby our nation's leaders on the importance of turning around the downward trend of Australian aid, which is continuing to hurt the most vulnerable citizens of the world as well as Australia's standing in our region. 

The Location:

We are excited to be hosting Voices for Justice at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture. The Centre is located on a five hectare site on the edge of the Parliamentary Triangle in Canberra and is within walking distance to Parliament House as well as local cafes and shops.

Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture
15 Blackall St, Barton, ACT 2601, Australia


From 10am, 30th November - 3rd December, 2019


Special Pre-Release Offer - $150
Link to Register:

More information at:

Micah is a coalition of Australia's largest Christian non-government organisations raising a powerful voice for justice and a world free from poverty.

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Encountering God - Hearing His Voice (NTE19)

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Encountering God - Hearing His Voice

Hosted by National Training Event (NTE)
Saturday 30th November - Tuesday 4th December
At Exhibition Park in Canberra
Tickets available via website

The National Training Event is a conference where University students across Australia and the world gather together to be transformed by the gospel, trained in the Gospel, and sent with the gospel. Our vision is that at NTE students will be transformed and trained by God’s gospel to be self-sacrificial disciples of Jesus and sent as disciple-makers of all nations, beginning on our campuses, for His Glory.

Expect faithful Bible teaching, passionate praise, in-depth strand groups, practical electives, ministry and missions expo and heaps more. There are plenty of opportunities to grow with your campus group and hear about what God is doing through universities across Australia, and the world.  

NTE doesn’t stop after the conference – we also do mission! NTE Mission is an opportunity to be sent, to put what you’ve learnt into action, and to bless churches around Australia. For more information about mission, check out the mission page. If you’d like to join a mission, contact a staff.

For more information head to click here

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Essential details for CMS Summer School 2020

Date: 4–10 January, 2020

APPLY HERE for CMS Summer School 2020

What do I need to know?

Who organises CMS Summer School?

CMS Summer School is organised by the NSW & ACT branch of CMS. CMS (Church Missionary Society) is a fellowship of Bible-believing individuals and churches committed to gospel proclamation. Together we send missionaries across cultures to proclaim the gospel of Jesus and to encourage his people. Our vision is to see a world that knows Jesus.

Why you’ll love Summer School

Challenging and uplifting Bible teaching
Begin your year built up and rooted in God’s word.

Unplugged stories from CMS missionaries
Hear how God has been seeking the lost around the world.

Refreshment with fellow believers
See how you and your church are partners
in God’s global mission.

Who is Summer School for?

CMS Summer School is for you! At CMS Summer School, you’ll find engaging Bible teaching from world-class speakers, diverse and topical missionary sessions, great music, focused prayer and fellowship with friends. We’d love to see you there!

What should I bring to Summer School? What do I need to organise?

You will need to organise your own accommodation and your own food. Many visitors to Summer School rent accommodation in the local area. One thing to remember is your Bible!  CMS provides a book for taking notes, a pen and some other goodies!

Where is Summer School held?

CMS Summer School is held at the Katoomba Conference Centre in the Blue Mountains, corner of Cliff Drive and Violet Street, Katoomba. The Youth and Children’s program is held at various locations around the site with some programs at the CMS Conference Centre and others at Katoomba Primary and Katoomba High School.


Simon Manchester - Simon originally trained in ministry in southern Sydney, moved to London to continue training, and then came back to Australia to minister to workers and families. Simon serves as the senior pastor at St Thomas’ Anglican Church in North Sydney. He is married to Kathy with three adult children. Simon will be opening up the book of 1 Timothy at Summer School.

 Grishma Parajuli - Grishma is the senior pastor of Nayagaun church in Nepal, where he has been serving for more than 30 years with his wife Laxmi. Originally from a high-caste Hindu background, Grishma became a Christian after investigating Christianity closely in an attempt to disprove it. At Summer School Grishma will challenge us with the gospel needs and opportunities for God’s church in Nepal.

Tim Swan - Tim served as a CMS missionary in Chile from 2004-2013, where he helped to establish the Centre for Pastoral Studies (CEP), a college to train church leaders. After returning to Sydney, Tim and his wife Sally led a church plant congregation which has become Willoughby Park Anglican Church. Tim will give three evening talks from Luke 6 on Jesus’ response to rising opposition.

What happens at CMS Summer School?

CMS Summer School 2020 will be held at KCC, Cliff Drive, Katoomba. The opening session begins at 7pm, Saturday 4 January 2019.

What does a day at CMS Summer School look like?

8.45am – Parents drop off children for Youth and Children’s programs 
 – Morning Bible study sessions with Simon Manchester
10.45am – Morning tea
11.15am – Missionary sessions (seven to choose from each day on different topics)
12.15pm – Parents collect children from Youth and Children’s programs
12.15 – 7pm – Free time – explore the mountains, spend time with friends and enjoy a rest
7 – 9.30pm – Evening sessions with Grishma Parajuli and Tim Swan, featuring missionaries from a different region each night
9.30-10.15pm – Missionary supper sessions

Youth & Children’s program

There are nine age-based programs for your children that run alongside the morning sessions. This year the Youth and Children’s program will also focus on Jeremiah. We will provide family Bible studies so you can grow and learn from God’s word together.

You must apply for children’s places online. You cannot register for the Youth & Children’s program on site.

Adult program

We will upload a detailed program here closer to the date.

For many Christians, CMS Summer School is one of the best loved events of the year. We’ve been holding this annual conference for over 100 years. And while some things have changed – electricity, plumbing, caffeine – the heart of Summer School is the same: faithful and challenging Bible teaching, inspiring first-hand insights into cross-cultural ministry, and plenty of time to catch up with friends in the afternoons.

Held from the first Saturday in January through to the following Friday, CMS Summer School is a time of renewal and reflection. It’s a week of immense value for all believers as we live out our lives for Christ. If you’ve never been, join us this January in Katoomba. We’d love to have your company.


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CMS Summer School 2020 - APPLY HERE

CMS Summer School 2019 - Audio of Talks 

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Synergy's Summer Camps 2020


Synergy’s Summer Camps 2020

Synergy's Summer Camping Program, known as Camp Pelican, is packed with fun activities, time at the beach and a quality community with plenty of opportunities to make friends and where everyone is welcome.

A typical day on camp will include morning, afternoon and evening activities, 3 meals and snack times, a session where we explore the Christian faith, small group discussion times and an evening reflection time.

Campers are encouraged to participate in all aspects of camp life as they feel comfortable to do so. Questions, ideas, opinions and thoughts are welcomed!

Our camps are in dormitory style accommodation and provide a safe, fun environment for all who attend. Camps are run by fully accredited leaders who are trained and approved by the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.

Which Camp Do I Go On?

As a general rule, campers will attend the camp that corresponds to the school year they completed in December.

If you completed Yr 6 then the Middle School Camp is for you. Similarly if you completed Yr 9, the Junior High Camp is for you.
If you need more information please CONTACT THE TEAM.

Campers who have completed Yr 4 are invited to attend the Middle School Camp.

Costs For Camp

Synergy's aim is to make camp as affordable as possible for all to attend. If the cost of camp is of concern, please contact the team for a confidential chat about ways we can assist you.

Cancellation Policy

We understand that life happens and sometimes you can no longer attend camp. If you need to cancel your booking, our standard cancellation policy applies:

  1. Each booking has a non-refundable $50 processing fee

  2. Cancelations from 14 days to 8 days from the start of camp are eligible for a 50% refund of fees paid, less the processing fee.

  3. Cancellations from 7 days or less are not eligible for a refund.

Please contact us to discuss your circumstances should you need to cancel your booking.

Camp Brochure

The Camp Brochure for our Summer Camps is available HERE
Leader's Register HERE

(Completed Yr 4/5/6 in 2019)

12th - 17th January 2020
Camp Fees

Early Bird: $365 (ends 3/11/19)
Full Fee: $385
Sibling Rate: $360
CAMP REGISTRATIONS OPEN Monday 14 October 2019
Close Sunday 8 December (unless booked out earlier)
REGISTER HERE for Middle School Camp

(Completed Yr 7/8/9 in 2019)

12th - 17th January 2020
Camp Fees
Early Bird: $365 (ends 3/11/19)
Full Fee: $385
Sibling Rate: $360
CAMP REGISTRATIONS OPEN Monday 14 October 2019
Close Sunday 8 December (unless booked out earlier)
REGISTER HERE for Junior High Camp

(Completed Yr 10/11/12 in 2019)

19th - 24th January 2020
Camp Fees

Early Bird: $365 (ends 3/11/18)
Full Fee: $385
Sibling Rate: $360
CAMP REGISTRATIONS OPEN Monday 14 October 2019
Close Sunday 8 December (unless booked out earlier)
REGISTER HERE for Senior High Camp.

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NextGen20 - Youth and Children's Ministry Conference

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NextGen runs for 5 days at the KCC Conference Centre in Katoomba, NSW. Delegates arrive at 9am on Monday, and the conference finishes up after lunch at 2pm on Friday.


NextGen is a training conference for current and upcoming leaders in youth and children’s ministry.

Our goal for delegates is that they would:




When: 13-17 January 2020 or 20-24 January 2020
Venue: KCC Conference Centre


The goal of the workshops is provide delegates with a clear and biblical framework of ministry and to develop practical skills that will be helpful in their local church. Delegates are grouped according to their particular strand and progress through a three year program of workshops.

For delegates in the youth ministry stream, their workshops are specific to youth ministry. For delegates in the children’s ministry stream, their workshops are specific to children’s ministry. Workshops run in the afternoon of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Daily Structure of Events:

7:30am | Breakfast
9:00am | Morning Bible Talk
10:30am | Morning Tea
11:00am | Training Group
1:00pm | Lunch
2:00pm | Workshops
3:30pm | Free Time
6:00pm | Dinner
7:30pm | Evening Bible Talk
9:00pm | Supper

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National Prayer Breakfast 2019

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At a time when the role of faith in public life is being questioned and challenged, the National Prayer Breakfast is an important opportunity to join together with the Christian community across Australia in recognition of the many shared values and aspirations we hold for our nation and her people. In light of the apostle Paul’s call to “pray for all those in authority”, we also encourage you to reach out to your local MP on a regular basis, and to host a table at the Prayer Breakfast for your local faith leaders and invite your MP to join you.

When we pray to our God and Father, we are reminded of our own frailties, our need for forgiveness and of the solemn responsibility of using power for the benefit of others. We pray that men and women in national leadership will discover a new strength through the fellowship of the followers of Jesus Christ, and that they will know God's wisdom and strength in all their service.

Please contact Leon Hribar for further information.

Senator Stoker - National Prayer Breakfast 2019 Promotional Video

SPEAKER: David Hurley


When: Mon 14 Oct, 6.30am-9am

Where: Great Hall
Parliament House Canberra


Tables of 10 $ 600

Individual tickets $ 65

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SRE Movie Event

SRE (Special Religious Education), is inviting you to a movie night at Goulburn Christian Life Centre. We will be reviewing three episodes from the Towards Belief series.
At the end of the night there will be a free will offering for SRE.

Goulburn Christian Life Centre,
148 Sloane Street, Goulburn, New South Wales, 2580

from 6:30PM to 9PM,
on Monday, September 23

Hosted by Goulburn Combined Christian Churches

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4:00 PM16:00


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Come along for a great evening where the Christian Men of Goulburn and surrounding areas, can encourage one another over a meal and a number of testimonials.

St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
25 Clifford Street, Goulburn

from 4 PM to 7:30 PM
on Saturday, September 21, 2019

$10, meal is provided

Hosted by Goulburn Combined Christian Churches

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Revival Evenings

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You are invited to an awesome and uplifting time of revival and refreshing hosted by the Goulburn Christian Life Centre.

The revival will be from 7pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights, as well as, from 10:00am on Sunday. There will be two renowned Australian speakers and some wonderful musicians.

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CMS Canberra Prayer Focus - Canberra

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CMS Canberra Prayer Focus

From 7:30PM, Monday, 16th September, 2019

Join with Canberra CMS supporters for CMS Canberra Prayer Focus. This will be a chance to come together in fellowship, hear stories from missionaries, and spend time in prayer for CMS, for Canberra-supported CMS missionaries, and for world mission.

Prayer is vital to our partnership in mission. It is only through God and his power that hearts and minds are changed. In the Lord’s prayer, Jesus invites us to ask for all our needs to be met and to pray for God’s kingdom to come. We value your prayers for CMS missionaries as they seek to spread the good news of Jesus throughout the world.

CMS Canberra Prayer Focus will be held at the following locations:


St Matthew’s Wanniassa
Corner Laurens Street and McBryde Crescent, Wanniassa
Contact: Lai Chiu


Good Shepherd Anglican Church
157 Carruthers Street, Curtin
Contact: Guy Matthews


Christ Church Hawker Rectory
192 Hawker Place (behind Christ Church Hawker), corner Beetaloo Street and Belconnen Way, Hawker
Contact: Patrick Cole

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METAMORPHOSIS - Women's Convention

Metamorphosis - Women's Convention

From 8:30am to 4:00pm, Saturday, 14th September
@ AIS Arena, Leverrier St, Bruce, Canberra.
Cost $50 - $80

More Information:


“What if “just try harder” isn’t the answer to how we live for Jesus?

When we’re so focused on what we need to get done each day, or we’re caught in habitually destructive sin, when we’re wondering how to make sense of life, what if what we need is to look upwards rather than glare inwards?

As we explore Colossians 3:1–17 together this year I’m praying that women’s convention is a chrysalis moment for you and the women in your world as we are wrapped up in all we have in Christ and find ourselves transformed in him.

Join me to explore how God’s grace and love can give us transformed lives in Jesus.”

QUOTE FROM: Anna Boxwell, Convention Chair

Keynote Speaker - FIONA SMARTT

Fiona Smartt is a pastor who lives in the Inner West of Sydney with her husband Ryan and young kids. She has known about Jesus for as long as she can remember, but it was in late high school that she was gripped by the radical grace of Christ and she hasn’t looked back since! Fiona serves at Christ Church Inner West Anglican Community and counts it a constant joy and privilege to see people find life that is full and rich in Jesus and grasp the freedom grace brings.

“Paul’s letter to the young church in Colossae is beautifully practical and hopeful about how Jesus Christ deeply changes you, so much so that it can be said you essentially become a new self. I love the way Colossians reminds us that real change is possible, and we can all be transformed and grow to be more like Jesus as we fix our hearts on his glory and grace.”


When you register you can choose from one of the following electives.

The transformative power of Christian singing

Olivia Chapman - Elective Speaker

God invented music to move us toward him, but music can be one of the most divisive aspects of church life: what songs do we sing, with what size band, and when will that electric guitarist stop soloing? How do we let ‘the Word of Christ dwell amongst us richly’ (Col 3:16) and what does this mean practically for our Christian singing? In this elective we’ll open up Colossians 3:16-17 to rediscover God’s purposes for singing in church.

Olivia Chapman is originally from Sydney and now lives and works in Oxford, UK, for Emu Music. She trains and resources church musicians and leaders around the world, and writes songs for churches. For more information about her ministry, visit

Forgiveness: hurting and healing

Monica Short - Elective Speaker

Forgive?! How can I when I am hurting? Hurting and healing can be hard, heavy and exhausting. This interactive elective focuses on Colossians 3:12-14. Monica will share true stories from her research on church life about hurting, forgiveness and healing. This elective will give you practical help in forgiveness so you can dare to bear with one another.

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Monica Short is excited to be a Christian and a member of the Anglican church.  She is also a lecturer with Charles Sturt University, a social worker, a social researcher and author of several books and publications about the church. She is married to Mark and they are the proud parents of two young adult sons.

Women and pornography

Alice Taylor - Elective Speaker

Porn isn’t just a guy’s issue. Many women find themselves struggling with pornography but are unable to access the support they need. Most recovery resources are aimed at men, and the conversation can ignore women, leaving them feeling ashamed and stuck. Alice will share her story of overcoming pornography and explain the unique needs of female addicts. From breaking stigma and starting the conversation in your church context, to practical steps in how to provide care and understand the causes of addiction, this session will provide you with the basics to help women heal.

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Alice Taylor is the founder of The Grace Spot, an online ministry equipping women to break free from shame and find lasting freedom from pornography. She is the author of the forthcoming book, Restored: A Woman’s Guide to Overcoming Pornography. Alice lives in Sydney with her husband, Lukas. To find out more about Alice and The Grace Spot, head to thegracespot.comAll ages being transformed together

Karen Baron and Libby Horton - Elective Co-Speakers

What does it look like for people of any age to be transformed by Jesus together? This elective will help inspire you to see children and young people in your church as co-workers in the harvest field. It will encourage you to look for opportunities to do everything, word or deed, in the name of Jesus (Col 3:17) with and for the younger generations in your care and in your community.

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Karen Baron has a Spirit-driven passion for young people to be seen and valued as equal life participants and Kingdom partners! Over the past 30 years she has been active through her roles in church children’s ministry, public school teaching, parenting and for nearly 12 years as Coordinator of ACT Christian Education In Schools (CEIS). Karen thrives on the challenge to reveal God’s love ‘as we go’ and of equipping others to do the same.

Libby Horton has worked for the creative children’s ministry Logosdor for the last 21 years. She helps coordinate the Children’s Ministry Network (CMN) in the ACT Region and is part of the National Leadership team for CMN. Libby has trained people in creative children’s ministry across four continents, and in Canberra has helped plant a weekly intergenerational afternoon church service.

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CMS Canberra & Goulburn Mission in the Spotlight Dinner 2019

Please join us for the annual CMS Canberra and Goulburn Mission in the Spotlight Dinner. This is a unique opportunity for Christians across Canberra and Goulburn to hear from God’s word and engage with world mission. It will be a wonderful chance for you to grow your heart for world mission over dinner and fellowship.

This year, Rev Canon Peter Rodgers (International Director for CMS Australia) will be helping us to explore the theme, ‘An Asia that knows Jesus: God at work in surprising places’.

Peter served as a CMS missionary in Indonesia with his wife Marcelle from 1991, teaching New Testament at the local theological college in Sulawesi. After more than ten years in Indonesia, Peter and Marcelle returned to Sydney so that Peter could become rector of St Stephen’s, Newtown. Peter was appointed International Director and CEO of CMS Australia in 2011.

We would love for you to join us for an exciting night with opportunities to ask questions and think deeply about God’s mission in Asia.

Register: CMS Dinner

For more information contact CMS Partnership Support on or 02 9267 3711 .

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7:00 PM19:00

Watoto Children's Choir "We Will Go" Concert

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Watoto Children's Choir "We Will Go" Concert

At Goulburn Christian Life Centre
From 7pm, Thursday, 8th August, 2019
No Cost
Click here for More Information or call John on 0417 045 920 to book.

“Behold, I and the children whom the Lord has given me are for signs and wonders in Israel from the Lord of hosts, who dwells on Mount Zion.” -Isaiah 8: 18 (NASB)

Goulburn Christian Life Centre are excited to bring you the Watoto Children’s Choir performing their brand new album, “We Will Go”.
As the children share their personal stories and present live worship music from Uganda, you’ll see firsthand the power of God’s love transforming lives around the world.
Watoto Children’s Choirs have traveled extensively since 1994, sharing a message of hope for Africa’s most vulnerable children and women.
Other than coming to Africa yourself, what better way to learn about all the good work God is doing through Watoto than by meeting the children and hearing their stories.
This is a free event with a love offering at the end of the event.

Watoto Children’s Choirs have travelled extensively since 1994, sharing a message of hope for Africa’s most vulnerable children and women. On almost every day of the year, the choir is performing somewhere in the world. That means thousands of people get to meet some of our future leaders. People see their smiles and are embraced by their hugs.

The choir serves many purposes. It raises awareness about the work of Watoto globally. It’s also leadership training for our children, providing a strong sense of responsibility while experiencing different cultures. More importantly, it’s a way we share our faith with people around the world. We see thousands of people connect with the love of Jesus and what He’s done in our children’s lives.

Other than coming to Africa yourself, what better way to learn about all the good work God is doing through Watoto than by meeting the children and hearing their stories.

Get the latest Watoto Children’s Choir Production, We Will Go, on iTunes.


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FRIDAY FOLLIES presents entertainment from students of the St Joseph's Primary School

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FRIDAY FOLLIES presents entertainment from St Joseph's Primary School

Come along for some great music and fun.

COST: FREE (Entertainment and Afternoon Tea)

WHEN: 2pm to 3pm, Friday, 2nd August

WHERE: St Nicholas Church Hall

Contact Kathy for more information on 0401 576 867.

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Goulburn “ALPHA Course”

What is ALPHA?

Alpha offers the opportunity to do just that – in an informal, friendly and open environment. No one can force anyone to believe anything, we've found over the years that if we express radical hospitality and let guests be themselves, lives will be transformed.

You're welcome to come to the first Alpha to see what it's like, before you commit to the next nine sessions. Each week starts with a talk that looks at different questions centred around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome. We run Alpha several times a year in different locations and it always involves some key elements: food, a talk and good conversation. You're free to listen, learn, discuss, discover and ask anything.

WHEN: 6pm-9pm, Thursday evening from 25th July until 26th September.

WHERE: Goulburn Baptist Church, 164 Bourke Street, Goulburn

COST: Free


Hosted by Goulburn Combined Christian Churches and Goulburn Baptist Church

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Youth - CMS Camp MMM


Youth - CMS Camp MMM is a great opportunity for students in years 7 through 12 to spend a week in God’s word, thinking through mission and God’s plan for this world. Apart from regular Bible study, there are a number of activities throughout the week and a special cross-cultural experience in the middle of the week. MMM runs over two weeks in the June/July school holidays.

8th - 19th July 2019

Senior High (Years 10–11 & study camp for Year 12) 8 – 12 July 2019
Junior High (Years 7–9) 15 – 19 July 2019

Registrations are open (click here)

At Katoomba

The theme for our Youth and Children’s ministries in 2019 is ‘Sharing hope in a hopeless world’.

Each week campers will be challenged as God speaks to them through his word. Campers will hear from current missionaries, share in prayer together, reignite past friendships and make new ones, have a lot of fun, and eat some great food up in the beautiful (but chilly!) Blue Mountains.

Our speakers this year are Peter Blair for years 10–12, and Chris Jones for years 7–9.

Peter Blair

Peter is originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, but moved to Sydney to study at Moore Theological College in 2016. He is married to Jodie, who teaches at St Andrew’s Cathedral School. For the past two years, he has worked at Two Ways Ministries, and served at Unichurch UNSW.  After university, he spent two years working for BCMS Crosslinks, leading their camps, student, and youth ministries, and another two years working at All Saints’ Church, Belfast. He hopes to return to Northern Ireland in 2020 to evangelise and equip students to live boldly and single-mindedly for Christ.

If you have any questions about Camp MMM, please contact the Youth and Children’s Coordinator at

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Youth - Synergy's Winter Camp

Youth - SYNERGY’s Winter Camp

Synergy's Winter Camp, known as Camp Pelican, is packed with fun activities, quality community, plenty of opportunities to make friends and where everyone is welcome.

A typical day on camp will include morning, afternoon and evening activities, 3 meals and snack times, a session where we explore the Christian faith, small group discussion times and an evening reflection time.

Campers are encouraged to participate in all aspects of camp life as they feel comfortable to do so. Questions, ideas, opinions and thoughts are welcomed!

Our camps are in dormitory style accommodation and provide a safe, fun environment for all who attend. Camps are run by fully accredited leaders who are trained and approved by the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.

Winter Camp 2019

WHEN 8th - 12th July 2019

WHO Yrs 7-12 in High School


Sibling Rate: $270
Early Bird: $290 (ends 19th May 2019)
Full Fee: $310

*If fees are a concern please contact us for a confidential chat about how we can be of assistance.

REGOS NOW OPEN CLICK HERE to register for camp.

 Download Winter Camp Brochure HERE
Download Winter Camp Flyer


Campers will travel by bus from/to Canberra for camp.
Campers not wishing to travel from Canberra are asked to make their own way to camp. We can help with carpooling if needed.
Any concerns please
contact us.

For more info on our camps please
contact Andrew Edwards - Synergy Director
Camper registration
Leaders Register Here

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