Site Update – St Silas

The St Silas Team has grown this year. The Staff now serving the congregations and ministries at North Balwyn includes: Rev’d Tracy Lauersen Coordinating Minister for the St Silas Site and leader ten am and six pm services. Rev’d Richard Bruce Assistant Minister and leader, 9am Congregation Tim Horman Assistant...

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Position Vacant – Children and Families Minister at St Augustine’s

We are seeking a passionate, energetic, Jesus-loving person to join our team at St. Augustine’s in making disciples of children and families. St. Augustine’s is the newest member of the St. Hilary’s Network and the successful applicant, whilst working at St. Augustine’s, would would be a member of the Generations...

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Site Update – St Hilary’s

This month we head into the crazy television season of the Olympics. During this season everyone seems to become an “expert” on sports that they haven’t seen since the last Olympics. For me it is the swimming that always interests me, even though I couldn’t name one Australian swimmer this...

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Growing Numbers

In the Children and Families department we are so thankful to God for the growth we are having at our key sites, as well as in our outreach ministries. Over the past few months we have seen some very encouraging and consistent numbers in our Sunday Clubs across the Network....

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PCTC Update

The Peter Corney Training Centre launched in 2012 as a new ministry of St Hilary’s. The Centre runs bible based teaching workshops and conferences as well as ‘age and stage’ courses to helps us each to grow our faith, to be equipped for ministry in the church and to serve...

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Reflections from Bawaka

Like many urban white Australians, we had limited first-hand experience, knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal people; the First Australians. We had, of course, read accounts in the media of impoverished living conditions, drug and alcohol problems, crime, the disproportionate number of young indigenous men in prisons and dysfunctional families. Sadly,...

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