in prayerful dependence on the Holy Spirit, we TRUST, FOLLOW and SHARE Jesus, to the glory of God the Father
We believe that Christ has died on the cross to save us from our sins. One way we express this belief or trust is by gathering together each Sunday.
We believe that Christ is risen and lives today as our Lord. One way we help each other follow our Lord is by meeting in midweek Table Groups.
We believe that Christ will come again to judge the world. In this hope we run ministries to help people come to know Jesus as Lord and Saviour.
This is only an introduction to the things we believe. If you want to learn more about basic Christianity, visit twowaystolive.com, read the Gospel of Mark, or ask about it at church on Sunday. For detailed confessions of faith, please see the Anglican Articles of Religion, the GAFCON Jerusalem Statement.
Michael Baines has been the Minister-in-Charge of Broome Anglican Church since 2016. He also serves as the Archdeacon of the Kimberley.
Steve is the Associate Minister of Broome Anglican Church. He leads and supports a range of ministries including youth and the Peoples Church.
Chris Webb and his wife Karen are supported by the Church Missionary Society to develop Aboriginal Christians, especially Christian leaders.
- Come to a Sunday morning service and stay for morning tea afterwards.
- Join a midweek Table Group (contact Steve Combe for more information).
- Sign up for our weekly eNews, featuring church updates and Christian articles.
- Offer to serve on a roster, initially in a Support Role (again, contact Steve Combe).
- Support the church financially via direct-debit giving (see our Supporters page).
At a local level, our church is managed by our Parish Council, which is a group of church members elected and appointed each year. Any Parish Councillor would be happy to talk with you about any questions or concerns about Broome Anglican Church, especially regarding matters of safety, maintenance or finance.