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To financially support us via:

  • credit card please click on the ‘Give’ button (it may take a few seconds to load) and select the minister you wish to support from the drop-down menu. Fees are 1.9% + 30c per  transaction – it would be fantastic if you could cover them for us.
  • electronic bank transfer please transfer funds to the following account clearly indicating in the reference which minister you are supporting.

Account Name: Synod Management Fund
BSB: 082 441
Account Number: 392 655 240

Tim Smith - Grenfell

Tim and Jess will head to Grenfell in January 2023 to share Jesus in the town of Grenfell and encourage and equip Christians in the church. Would you help us support them by prayer and giving?

Currently the church can only afford 3 of 5 days stipend. In dependence on God and the generosity of other Christians, we are seeking to raise $30,000 towards Tim and Jess’ support in 2023.

If you are able to help, we would love to ensure you receive regular updates and prayer points about the ministry in Grenfell. Thank you and may you find blessing in being a blessing.

Jonny Lush - Oberon

In January 2023 Jonny Lush will move from Brisbane with his wife Liz and youngest son Sam, to begin as the Deacon-in-Charge in the parish of Oberon, their first paid minister for many years! Jonny will work full time in the parish (i.e. 5 days a week) but, by his request, only receive remuneration for four days.

Jonny and Liz love Oberon. Family ties to the area have already led to relationships with a number of non-believers, and they are deeply aware of the need for the greater Oberon community to know God’s grace in Jesus. The size of the current congregation means that they can only afford 1 day’s stipend.

In God’s great kindness former youth leaders, family, friends and a former parish in Sydney have either given or pledged a significant amount of funds to help bridge that gap. Can you also partner with existing donors and Jonny and Liz as they seek to share Jesus for life?

Bec Choi - Blayney & Millthorpe

Bec Choi began as a lay stipendary worker in 2021 and was ordained as a deacon in February 2022.

Already Bec’s ministry among families and women in the town of Blayney and village of Millthorpe is bearing fruit but the parish is not yet in a position to fund her 3 day a week role. In the interim are you able to support Bec as she works alongside Rev’d Wally Cox to share Jesus for life?

Phil Howes - Bathurst

The Rev’d Phil Howes began at Bathurst Cathedral as the Senior Associate Minister for Families and Young People in February 2021 with a brief to establish a contemporary Anglican service growing disciples of the Lord Jesus. Nearly two years later the 10am Sunday service and Thursday afternoon kids club are thriving. God willing, by the end of 2023, congregational giving should be sufficient to fund Phil’s role full time. Are you able to provide support for one more year?