Because the love of Jesus Christ changes lives, Rouse Hill Anglican Church seeks to make and grow followers of Jesus Christ who serve Jesus and others, and who reach out with His love to Sydney’s Northwest and beyond.
Beyond our immediate local area, we also seek to make and grow followers through a number of link missionaries.
City on a Hill Evangelical Church: The Southertons in Wellington, New Zealand
We started helping the Southertons with financial support and prayer in 2014, when they relocated their family from Sydney to New Zealand to plant an evangelical church in the New Zealand capital of Wellington.
City on a Hill Evangelical Church is a new church that loves Jesus and loves Wellington. Andrew & Adele hope to share the great news of what God has done for us in Jesus with the city of Wellington in a way that is captivating, engaging and authentic (because following Jesus should be all of these things).
Bush Church Aid: The Slacks in Katherine
In 2017, we added the Slack family as link missionary partners. Kristan and Kathryn Slack, with their children Levi, Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Elianah are missionaries with the Bush Church Aid Society (BCA). They moved to Katherine in Australia’s Northern Territory in 2016 where Kristan is now rector of the Anglican Parish of Katherine. Kristan said “My role as rector is to shepherd God’s people and make Christ known to the community.”
The Slacks invite people to head to the BCA website and sign up for their newsletter.
UNSW Campus Bible Study: The Rowe family
During 2016 and 2017 we benefited from and enjoyed the ministry of Tim and Sarah Rowe within our congregations.
Tim and Sarah commenced ministry at the University of NSW in January 2018 with their growing family, and we have been pleased to be able to provide some support to their important ministry.
CMS: The Felthams in Kenya
In 2021, we will commence supporting a new CMS missionary family as they head to East Africa. Marty and Katrina Feltham will be moving to Limuru, just outside of Nairobi, with their three young boys. They will be helping to grow Christian pastors through St Pauls University. In case you missed the short video introducing the Felthams, you can catch up here.
You can signup for prayer points for the Felthams through the CMS website here.