Bellbowrie Community Church is seeking a part-time (approx. 3-4 days per week) Youth
Leader/Pastor, who is passionate and motivated about sharing the gospel with the youth and
children of our community and church, in order to see these youth and children develop in faith
and fully integrate into the church body.

Bellbowrie Community Church is a Bible believing Christian church located in the western
suburbs of Brisbane. We are an independent evangelical church that is affiliated with a
network of similar churches known as Christian Community Churches of Australia (CCCAust).

We are a diverse group of people with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives,
who are united together by a common faith in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour. We
believe a genuine relationship with God is the most important thing in life. We believe that the
Bible is authoritative and relevant to life, and as such, we are committed to teaching it, learning
from it, being shaped by it, and living it. For more information, visit our website at

The Youth Leader will work with the church leadership, under the authority of the Elders to coordinate
and run the following ministries:

  • Kids Church (weekly)
  • Youth Group (weekly)
  • Teenage Bible Study (weekly)
  • Young Adults Bible Study (weekly)
  • Youth Church Service (monthly)

To register your interest, and for more information please contact the church by email at

3077 Moggill Road, Bellbowrie, QLD 4070 | Office 3202 8676 |

Position available at Young Presbyterian Church


Please see here for more information visit or contact Rev Matt Purnell (Interim-Moderator) or Mr John Roxburgh (Session Clerk)

Senior Ministry Position — Canterbury Presbyterian Church, Victoria.

 CPC Overview


Canterbury Presbyterian Church (CPC) belongs to the Reformed tradition with its focus on the preaching of the Word of God and worship and fellowship on the Lord’s Day.  We are wholeheartedly committed to the doctrinal standards of the Presbyterian Church of Australia.  We are looking for a senior pastor who will thoughtfully and faithfully expound the truths of the Word of God and apply them for Christian living and witness in the 21st century.


CPC is a congregation of approximately 120 members and adherents.  CPC has a Japanese language Congregation, called Melbourne Japanese Christian Church (MJCC) comprised of approximately 30 members and adherents.  Sunday worship services usually have 110 attending the English service, with 20 attending the Japanese language service which is held at the same time.  A less formal evening service is also held in English.


The English language congregation includes a large number of Korean-speaking members and adherents, and we have a Korean Assistant Pastor employed to help serve these needs.

The Japanese congregation typically has a full time Japanese speaking pastor, however the position is currently vacant pending appointment of a new pastor.


CPC currently also employs a Pastoral Worker part time.


The ministries that CPC currently run include:


Prayer Meetings

Regular prayer meetings are held at CPC.  There are also regular meetings at the church during Prayer Week, occurring each quarter.  A monthly Missions prayer meeting is also held to focus on those on mission or preparing for the field, and a bi-weekly prayer meeting held prior to the Sunday Service.


Bible Studies

Multiple Bible studies are held on a weekly and fortnightly basis, including a young adults group, mothers study, and Japanese and Korean language studies.  We also have a Friday night dinner, fellowship, and Bible study for adults from an international background.  Attendance is approximately 5-10 each week.


Sunday School

We have an active Sunday School program held during each morning service.  Currently there are 30 children in total, with eight teachers on a rotating roster.


Youth Group

A regular Friday youth group is run for secondary aged youth. This group is led by young adults with oversight by the Korean Assistant Pastor and Pastoral Worker.



A Missions Morning Tea presentation is held once a month after the morning service, where missionaries are invited to give a presentation before the lunch is served.  CPC has a PWMU group that meets, and as a congregation currently supports three missionaries.


Sunday Lunches

A lunch is served most Sundays after the service, often Korean or Japanese style meals.  More than half of the congregation remain after the service for these lunches and they provide a great opportunity to fellowship.


Free English Classes

Free daily classes are run for non-English speaking people to learn basic conversational English.  These classes include a short Bible presentation in each class and attract between 20 and 30 on a regular basis.




Anyone prayerfully believing that they should inquire further regarding this position should contact the Interim Moderator, Rev. Graham Nicholson, on (03) 98195347 or the Session Clerk, Mr Peter Graham, on (03) 98031605.

Join the CultureConnect team

God is providing new and unprecedented opportunities for Christians in Australia to reach out to people of other cultures and faiths right outside our front door.

CultureConnect, a ministry of Interserve Australia, seeks to bridge the gap between the church and ethnic minorities in Australia. Learn more.

We’re seeking a Youth Worker to help kids engage effectively in the multicultural world they’re living in.

Youth Worker

  • Are you a trained teacher or youth worker?
  • Do you have some cross-cultural experience?
  • Are you passionate about helping Christian kids to live missional lives?

We’ve been working with Scripture Union QLD to develop an intercultural understanding program for schools: CHAT – Cultural Hearing Asking Telling. It’s been designed to help schools meet their Australian curriculum intercultural understanding requirements in a fun, safe, group-work setting.

We are looking for someone to lead the promotion and implementation of CHAT in independent schools and church youth groups. This is a role that may grow and develop as CHAT rolls out over the next few years. Want to be part of helping kids to engage effectively in the multicultural world they are going to live and work in? We’d love to hear from you.

Interserve is a childsafe organisation.

This is a part-time (0.4) salaried position based in Sydney or Brisbane.

See here for the Job Description.


Lisa Bateup
CultureConnect Director


Children’s Pastor

ND (Northern District Chinese Christian Church Sydney) is a church of four
congregations, two English and two Chinese, with a growing children’s
ministry of around 100 children. We are looking to employ someone to join
our pastoral team to work with our English-speaking children.

If you have a passion for children, we want to hear from you! Previous
experience in children’s ministry is preferred, but new graduates with some
children work experience are encouraged to apply.

We are seeking to further develop our Kids for Christ (KFC) children’s ministry
at ND (from infants to year 6) and are seeking someone who will be able to:

  • Oversee children’s ministry particular, in discipling and training
    leaders of this ministry;
  • Work closely with other ND pastors and lead the KFC working
    committee to develop strategies in line with ND’s vision particularly
    in our discipleship initiatives;
  • Consider an appropriate curriculum and outreach program for
    children; and
  • Oversee and run an evangelistic kids holiday club.

The applicant will work closely with the ND pastoral team and be actively
involved in children’s ministry including the training and support of Sunday
school teachers and leaders.

The applicant should be a mature Christian and ideally would have a Bachelor
of Theology from a recognised theological institution, although Diploma
holders are also encouraged to apply.

An application consisting of a cover letter, resume and appropriate
references should be emailed to the ND Pastor Searching Committee at as soon as possible.

Enquiries: Rev. Douglas Fyfe (0425 746 221) or Wilson Cheung (0402 893 421)

Assistant Minister Position

St Andrews Presbyterian Church Launceston is seeking to employ an assistant to the minister.  The position is initially 4 days per week with the expectation that this will grow into 5 days per week.  We are looking for an ordained minister who will carry out the duties of the ministry of prayer and the Word with a special focus on family ministry and pastoral care.  If you are interested in applying for this role then please email the Rev. Jason Summers for more information (

Do you have a mission heart for beyond the Great Divide where the horizon is wide?

Warren Pressies are an active crowd and we’re looking for a devoted minister.
If you love the Word and God’s people,
we are ready for your pastoral care and your help to reach our community.
Our members are engaged in ministry throughout our town and are excited
for the help of a pastor to extend the reach of the gospel.

Specifically, are you:

  • Keen to be involved in our rural community?
  • Ready to offer pastoral care and spiritual nurturing within our church?
  • Able to give clear , balanced, biblical preaching?
  • Willing to respect and enjoy diversity within a body of believers?

Ephesians 3:20-21

“Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine,
according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be glory in the church and in
Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen”

St Andrew’s Warren NSW: a small church with BIG scope!

Please contact:

Mrs Barbara Hancock, Session Clerk, 0427 476 314,
Mr Wayne Connor, Interim Moderator, 0438 960 034,

Vacancy | Minister

Our fellowship:

Grace Church Dundee is a new fellowship with Presbyterian roots. It is our heart to joyfully play our part in proclaiming the Lordship of Jesus over all of life. It is our desire to be missional and to impact society wherever God scatters us Monday to Saturday, because we believe Jesus is the only hope for a lost world, and he is utterly sufficient. We recognise that no church should ‘go it alone’ and God’s pattern is for interdependence with like minded fellowships concerned to preach the gospel, and we are seeking affiliation with a larger body of Christian fellowships that also believe in the centrality of the Word of God and of the cross.

Your calling?

We are looking for an enthusiastic man with vision and a personal history of seeing God in action, who has a passion for the beauty of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a vision for empowering our people to reach out to Dundee and beyond. Gifts in training, equipping and encouraging will be essential, as will an ability to see and communicate the big picture, prayerfully discerning the needs of the times in light of God’s eternal word. We need someone to help the people of Grace Church fellowship to fulfil the cultural mandate and the great commission.

Your next move?

If you think God may be calling you to this ministry, informal enquiries can be made to our chair elder, John Ellis, at or 0789 402 0716, or to Didasko representative Calum Jack at or 07940 475191.
To apply please email your CV to John Ellis with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the post by 31 May.


Minimum of 7 years in full time Christian ministry
Experience of leading a team and discipling others for > 3 years
Evidence of passion for mission and evangelism
Presbyterian conviction and agreement with the Grace Church constitution and confession of faith


Theology degree
Experience in Church ministry
Experience in youth and children’s work

Executive Assistant

Permanent Part-Time | Fortitude Valley, QLD

Are you an exceptional Executive Assistant with excellent communication and organisational skills?

Do your technological skills enable you to thrive in a fast-paced, paperless work environment?

Are you passionate about working within a small friendly team as part of an organisation that wants to see “A World that knows Jesus”?

If your answer is ‘yes’, we want to hear from you!!

CMS Queensland with Northern New South Wales is seeking an experienced Executive Assistant with a solid background in governance, administration and executive support.

To apply for this role, please click here to download the full position description, and send us a Cover Letter (one page only) and your CV addressing the outlined essential skills and experience.

Please email all applications to our Business Manager, Kate Green at by 7 June 2019.


Assistant to the Minister – Full time position

Mission Statement
To provide an effective witness to the Gospel through Sharing Jesus Christ.

The Presbyterian Church of St Andrew Canberra is seeking expressions of interest from academically prepared and or experienced people whose focus is children, youth, young adults and young families; and contemporary worship. Preference will be given to ordained Presbyterian ministers, those seeking ordination, or applicants with theological preparation and/or experience in the above areas of focus. All are welcome to apply regardless of denomination or gender.

The Parish
The Parish has three worship centres: the Presbyterian Church of St Andrew, Forrest (adjacent to Parliament House); Belconnen; and Weston Creek. Approximately 200 to 250 people attend weekly worship across the three locations. There is current growth in the numbers of people worshiping within the parish.
The Sunday mornings services at St Andrew’s, Belconnen and Weston Creek are largely traditional, as is the midweek service held each Wednesday at St Andrew’s. A contemporary service, called ‘Church@5’ is held each Sunday evening at St Andrew’s; and an Indonesian service is held once a month at the same location.

Duty Statement
The Duty Statement is attached.
Introduction to Canberra
The bush capital of Canberra has a population of over 390,000 people. It is one of the world’s few planned cities, with ready access to the magnificent central lake, open spaces, parklands, and flowing traffic. Canberra is a cosmopolitan inland city which has three prestigious universities,excellent schools and health care facilities, and the coast and Snowy Mountains are nearby.
The following website is recommended to introduce you to Canberra and the region.

Additional Information
The Senior Minister – Rev. David Campbell – 0438 292 857
The Session Clerk – Sue Hogan – 0417 019 799

Applications close – 21 August 2019
Please do not hesitate to contact either the Senior Minister or the Session Clerk if you require additional information or clarification prior to the submission of your expression of interest.
Sue Hogan
Session Clerk