Starting activities in 2019, the Newcastle University Church group officially became a church company last Sabbath.
More than 250 women gathered at Avondale School in Cooranbong to worship, hear the word of God and fellowship.
More than 130 delegates from churches across the North New South Wales Conference attended the seventh Prayer Conference where attendees also dedicated time to pray for those affected by floods and war.
Young people from across North New South Wales (NNSW) and South Queensland (SQC) conferences have recently participated in the first Youth Rush Australia—a new initiative funded by the Literature Ministry Committee, run for the first time this summer.
Around 80 people shared experience and testimonies during the NNSW Multiply TED Talks, an annual church planting event.
The surprising influx of students follows COVID-19 disruptions and years of concern over dwindling numbers.
More than 190 people gathered in Stuarts Point, NSW, to grow spiritually through prayer.
For more than 26 years, Allira House has been actively assisting vulnerable women in the Newcastle area.
Created by a skilled production team, the documentary explores how the Adventist Church began in the North New South Wales Conference.
Videos were livestreamed across various platforms during the week, receiving more than 40,000 views and lots of organic engagement.