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Why new churches for new communities?

Over the next forty years Sydney’s population is expected to grow by up to 3 million. Approximately 50% of this will be west of Parramatta. The problem is that at current rates, we will only have one church per 100,000 people in the new developments. We need faith, vision and generosity to reach new populations with the Gospel!

 

Our Progress

We’re building facilities across Sydney to support new churches. Stanhope Gardens began 10 years ago in a leisure centre. Their new building was dedicated in October 2020. Construction has commenced at Hope Anglican Church, Leppington. Our aim is for completion in early 2022. Our focus now turns to helping Life Anglican Church Marsden Park with their own facilities. Beyond that we need a pipeline of support for new churches every year, for many, many years to come. For each project NCNC needs $2.5M.

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Closing in on the finish

Closing in on the finish

Humble are your beginnings... It has been quite a ride for the Hope Anglican church. The church has grown from the initial launch group of 26 adults and 14 children in November 2016. Luther Symons, the Lead Pastor, says, "At this point we moved into Leppington and...

Recommencing the work at Hope

Recommencing the work at Hope

Work has recommenced in a limited way on the construction of facilities at Hope Anglican Church, Leppington. This is an exciting outcome in the midst of lockdown. As you can imagine, building projects are always subject to unforeseen challenges. One of the biggest...

What do the churches of Philippi and Leppington have in common?

What do the churches of Philippi and Leppington have in common?

An interview with Stuart Robinson I had the privilege of being interviewed along with Luther Symons, by Bishop Stuart Robinson, Rector of the South Head Anglican Church. South Head were working their way through the book of Acts in their services and took the...

A reminder of the Gospel’s power

A reminder of the Gospel’s power

I will remember the deeds of the Lord;     yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago. 12 I will consider all your works     and meditate on all your mighty deeds. Psalm 77: 11-12 It is easy to give in to fear when we look at a week that commenced with record...

It is easy to lose sight of our progress

It is easy to lose sight of our progress

Work will temporarily halt on the site of Hope Anglican Church. Like all construction sites in the Greater Sydney Area, no further work will commence until at least 30 July, due to Public Health Orders issued on 17 July. At times like this, it is easy to become...

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But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile,
and pray to the Lord on its behalf,
for in its welfare you will find your welfare.

Jeremiah 29:7