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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. 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!
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 commenced at Hope Anglican Church, Leppington in the same year. Despite the setbacks of Covid lockdowns in 2021, their new buildings were completed by the end of 2021. 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 the next 30 years if we are to keep up with population growth in Greater Sydney.
For each project NCNC has committed to raising $2.5M for construction costs.
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Greater Sydney’s population is currently 5.3 million people. In 20 years, it is projected to increase by 800,000 people to 6.1 million. That’s an average of 80,000 new people every year for the next 40 years.
Landmark day for Life Anglican Church, Marsden Park On 1 March, the Archbishop, Kanishka Raffel, declared Marsden Park to be a provisional parish in the Sydney Anglican Diocese. This is tremendous news for a church plant that started just under five years ago. In a...
It is exciting to celebrate the completion of the new buildings at Hope Anglican Church Leppington. Below is footage of the new buildings. Lead Pastor, Luther Symons also shares something of the story of Hope Anglican and their humble beginnings culminating in a...
On two Sundays in November, as soon as I was able, I visited the Hope Anglican Church Leppington and the LIfe Anglican Church Marsden Park. After more than four months in lockdown, I wanted to get out and meet as many people as I could in both churches. There is...
It was such a great encouragement to see that the people of Hope Anglican Church were able to use their new buildings for their Christmas services. Below are some images taken from the day as well as finishing touches by the builders who were working feverishly to...
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.