Six sites have all been purchased and the construction of facilities at Stanhope Gardens is anticipated to commence at the beginning of 2019, with the remaining to be rolled out every two years after. We estimate the cost for each to be $3.5M – for each project NCNC will need to raise $2.5M.
In the north-west and south-west growth corridor where our sites are located, over the next 18 years 105 people per day every day for the next 18 years will move in. That is more than 750 people per week. 33 homes per day or 231 homes per week will be built. In the south-west area alone, we will see a population larger than the Central Coast of NSW move there in that period, together with those already here.
These staggering numbers need a staggering solution, can you help us to serve those who are ministering in these areas to have church homes for their local communities?
Development Approval has been granted for the building. Two services are currently held in a large garage converted to use as a temporary church. The second congregation has recently started due to the growth in numbers. In March, the church celebrated its 1st birthday since the public launch.
Development Approval has been granted for the building on the site, which is ideally situated nearby to other community facilities. A ‘turning of the first sod’ will be held on 8th December, which will be a great celebration of the work that has been done to date and what is to come. Construction is due to commence in January 2019.
The Development Approval was granted in May. The congregation currently meets in the church in Elizabeth Street in Riverstone.
The Development Application was lodged in February 2018. The church family currently meets at the Richard Johnson Anglican School Marsden Park Campus.
The Austral site has been acquired and will be developed in the future.
The Badgerys Creek site has been acquired and will be developed in the future.