Team

Macarthur 2018

Our mission is underway, you can read about our 2018 mission below.

A Cross-Cultural Partnership

Our team had the privilege of observing the gospel partnership between St Peter’s Anglican Church Campbelltown and Macarthur Indigenous Church which began in 2011. Together these churches share land, some support structures, and a love for the Lord Jesus. At different...

D A Y 5 + 6 | O P P O R T U N I T Y

Day 5 and 6 saw the carnival team pick up some additional opportunities in the Macarthur region. Day 5 took us to Eagle Vale to hear how the church there is trying to reach Claymore and Eagle Vale. On Friday we spent time in Ingleburn and Minto. Most of us hadn't...

Places of Prayer and Prostration

If you were in the Cousin Crew this week you would have the opportunity to get your inner tourist fix sorted. That’s to say; We were taken on 3 tours, some meet and greets, with your good ol’ fashioned Q&A times. But if you weren’t in the Cousin Crew then what are you...

Aunty Jenny

I’d like to introduce you to Aunty Jenny. Aunty Jenny is an artist. She’s currently working on a series of paintings about her experience as part of the stolen generation. This is her story… Jenny was four years old when she was taken. Her mum wasn’t home at the time....

DAY 3+4 | SURPRISES

It has been a busy few days for the Carnival team travelling around the area with our pop up kids carnival. Most significantly, we welcomed baby Elizabeth Marcia Ellen Joy Tyler into the world, two days (fashionably) late. When we pulled our team photos together for...

Bible Yarns Through Pictures

Stories are powerful. Stories of culture, personal stories, books, movies … the list goes on. We're completely surrounded by stories. As we've been involved with our Indigenous brothers and sisters here in the Macarthur region, the use of stories has stood out as...

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There are six ways you can get involved in our 2018 missions.