Who we are
The North NSW Conference consists of a dedicated team of workers whose primary function are to provice leadershp, resources, training and service to the local churches and church members to enable them to serve the wider community.
In response to the grace and calling of God we unite to fulfill the commission of Jesus by experiencing and sharing the good news of salvation. Empowered by the Holy Spirit our Church will be characterised by spirituality, teamwork, ministry, nurture and accountability.
Spirituality is knowing Jesus and experiencing the transforming power of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Spirituality is lived out within the community of faith with an overwhelming desire to share God's Love.
Teamwork is working together in a culture of open communication, co-operation, collaboration, loyalty and trust. This is vital to fulfill the responsibility we have in sharing the good news about God's love and hope in Jesus Christ.
The heart of our ministry is the commission of Jesus to His disciples to share the good news of salvation and serve humanity with compassion. Love for Jesus will lead all disciples to participate in growth of His church.
NurtureNurture is the development of personal and corporate relationships built on love, grace, support, acceptance, affirmation, fairness and openness. This encompasses servant leadership, mentoring, mutual respect, self-care and positive communication.
AccountabilityWe accept our responsibility to be held accountable to God, the Church and corporately to each other. We are accountable for the use of the time, talents, spiritual gifts, position and resources that God gives us in working together in fulfilling His mission.
Pathfinder rally and fair day (South)
2017 Prayer Conference
Adventurer & Family Camporee
Creative Spaces Newsletter | Ed. 1
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Northpoint | February 2017
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Homecoming | 25 and 26 August
Homecoming is coming! If you studied or worked at Avondale College of Higher Education in 1947, 1957, 1967, 1977, 1987, 1997 or 2007, this is your honour year. Find out more at http://wp.avondale.edu.au/news/event/homecoming-2017.
Stewardship directors from around Australia invite you and your local church to share the offering videos found here with your churches during the offering collection time each Sabbath. Each video provides inspiring testimonies from around Australia and where relevant, information about the special offering for that Sabbath. Click on the date/download heading above each video to download.
Find us on Facebook
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Community Health Education Programs
The NNSW Conference will run a number of Community Health Education Programs (CHEP) in 2017. To find out more, visit nnsw.adventist.org.au/community-health-education-programs.
2017 offering schedule booklet
A 2017 offering schedule booklet can be downloaded HERE.
Prayer Conference | 15 to 17 September
You don't want to miss this year's "If My People Pray" conference. Find out more and register HERE.
Think&Do: A journey through giving with Avondale
Power to think and do: it’s a gift from the Creator. Seventh-day Adventist Church pioneer Ellen White makes the statement to encourage exploration and engagement (Education, pg 17). Giving to Avondale through its Think&Do campaign demonstrates your support for her philosophy. Journey with us as we accept the challenge of learning and discovery. And as we use this knowledge to improve lives. Your donation will support our research centres as they seek to give us a better understanding of Christian education, health and lifestyle, teaching and learning and spirituality and worship. Giving to the centres will help fund new projects, support employment of research assistants and improve information technology to build capacity for data processing and train more research supervisors. Donations above $2 are tax deductible in Australia. www.avondale.edu.au/giving.