Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) volunteers and local Adventist church members are joining efforts to assist the flood-ravaged communities.
Avondale is partnering with the local council to boost the health and wellbeing of residents locked down by restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hosted by State Member for Ku-ring-gai Alister Henskens, the event celebrated and acknowledged the role these young leaders play within their school communities.
With the clean-up expected to take months, ADRA is offering cash grants to individuals affected by floods, and to churches who are able to assist the relief effort.
Louise and Leslie have at least 10 families from the community attending their playgroup every week.
Meeting at 5:30am to pray for half an hour, not one day in five years has been missed.
People have so far purchased more than 200 meal vouchers to feed people in need, at a cost of $A14 per meal.
A National Week of Prayer has been established (Sabbath, December 14 – Sabbath, December 21) in light of the fires and droughts that are devastating Australia.
Wahroonga Adventist School students are hoping a little coin can go a long way to help drought-impacted farmers.
With the majority of rural and regional Australia ravaged by the worst drought in decades, a community of Seventh-day Adventists has dug deep in a solid show of support for Aussie farmers.