The sermons from our weekly series at NewLife Anglican Church in Oran Park, Sydney, Australia. Sermons are preached by Lead Pastor Stuart Starr, Senior Assistant Pastor Geoff Leader and Kids, Youth and Families Pastor Michael Mak.
At NewLife Anglican Church we value kids and we run programs so that they can thrive and grow to become all God created them to be. Click through to our Events page and scroll down to see of our programs from Children through to Young Adults!
If you’d like to find out more about Baptism we’ve prepared a page that answers what we believe are the most frequently asked questions.
Download the NewLife reading plan and engage more deeply with God and others at NewLife. We hope the process of being disciplined here will have significant implications for your attempts to understand the Master who each apprentice is seeking to emulate.
At NewLife Anglican we value each and every member of our congregation and seek to ensure that the events we run are conducted by trained and equiped volunteers who know how to care for those they are looking after. To find out more about our training and the Sydney Diocese approach you can click through to the website Safe Ministry: Protection and Care for Everyone.
Spend four weeks considering Jesus’ claim, “I have come that you may have life and have it to the full.” Jesus for the Curious is a course for those who’d like to know more. Click through to see when the next course runs.
Partnership is the process by which regulars make a transition from NewLife being, “a church I go to” to, “my church.” No, it’s not a marriage course! We’ll help you make this transition through a four week course we run called “LifeTogether”.
NewLife Anglican is emphatically and unconditionally against Domestive Violence. Domestic Violence happens in Australian homes at an alarming rate and our own families here at church are not immune to this evil. It should not be the case and there is no justification that can be contrived from the Bible to cover it. Domestic Violence (DV) is never acceptable. As a church we are ready to listen to, stand with, and support women who are victims of DV in our community.