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Growth Groups
 

Growth Groups provide the opportunity for us to meet to study God's word together and develop connections of friendship, fellowship and support with others in our church family. Most groups meet in homes or in the church complex and meet weekly or fortnightly for fellowship, ministry and discipleship.

There is a group for every age and stage of life - daytime and evening. Contact Steve Stanis on 4232 2066 for more information.

"Therefore encourage one another and build each other up" 1Thessalonians 5:11

 

Prayer Groups
 

Three opportunities are available each week to meet with others to pray for any matters related to the parish or that we are concerned about.

Wednesdays: 4.00pm at St Paul's, Minnamurra. Leader -  Contact  02 4232 2066 
Thursdays: 4.30pm at Christ Church Kiama. Contact 02 4232 2066 
Fridays: 10.00am ladies meet in different homes. Leader - Margaret Beazley. Contact 02 4232 2066 

Everyone welcome!  



Men's Ministry
 

At Kiama Anglican Churches, the Men's Ministry is called 'Men4Christ'.

Men4Christ aims to evangelise and edify men in knowing, loving and serving Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.

We seek to do this by:

1) Outreach:

We do this through events and opportunities where men meet Jesus. This may happen in a Barefoot Bowls Evening, a BBQ, attending a sporting event or going surfing together.

2) Edification:

We do this by encouraging men through Biblical teaching to grow in Christian commitment, including regularly attending church, Bible studies (Growth Groups) and prayer groups. We will do this by meeting regularly to pray and read the Bible together, ‘prayer’ breakfasts, men’s nights or by attending Men’s Christian Conventions.

For details about Men4Christ at Kiama Anglican Churches please contact the Church Office - 4232 2066

 

Women's Ministry
 

The Women's Ministry Committee arranges around four special events each year with an emphasis on providing fellowship with each other and reaching out to others. Contact the Church Office on 02 4232 2066 if you would like to know more.

Ladies' Guild
The Ladies' Guild is a group of ladies who meet monthly to organize functions and activities to support the financial aspect of the parish. While doing this and working together they also enjoy fellowship and friendship with each other. The Guild meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 1.30pm. Val Sherlock leads this group. If you would like to join this group or find out more, contact the Church Office on 02 4232 2066.

Ladies Craft Group aka Chat & Do & Coffee Too
The Chat & Do & Coffee Too group meets weekly on Tuesdays during school terms at St. Paul's Minnamurra Hall from 9.30am to 12.00 noon. This is a great group of ladies interested in all sorts of craft activities.  You can bring along a current project or get help with something you are trying to complete or just come and chat over a coffee or two. Pamela Hearn co-ordinates this group and you can contact the Church Office on 02 4232 2066 if you would like to know more.

Sites of Interest for Ladies
Mary Andrews College
Women in Ministry Network

Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals
 

There are significant times in our life where, with family and friends, we gather to give thanks, celebrate or remember.  Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals are times such as these.

At Kiama Anglican Churches you will experience a sensitive, personal and caring Christian expression of each of these significant times.

To prepare for each service an introductory meeting with the Senior Minister, Steve Stanis, in an open, friendly environment, will explain the process of making your service a significant time in your Christian faith journey.

We look forward to hearing from you.  Contact Steve at [email protected] or 0429928001.  Alternatively, contact Steve through the office by leaving a message on 4232 2066.

For information, please contact us.

For those interested in what the inside and outside of our wonderful, historic Christ Church Kiama looks like, checkout the pictures in About Us - Our History

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