is sharing life in Christ
with each other
and with our neighbours
What is 'life in Christ'?
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. John 3.16
The word ‘perish’ sums up humanity’s biggest problem: we have all rejected God’s rule, and the penalty is God-forsaken death. But in his love, God sent Jesus, to rescue us. Jesus paid our penalty when he died on the cross and then he in victory over death. So now, if we receive Jesus as our rescuer and ruler, we gain ‘eternal life’ and have God’s forgiveness and friendship forever.
How do we share life in Christ?
And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. Acts 2.42
- Teaching: all our services feature the reading and preaching of Scripture.
- Fellowship: we encourage all our members to join weekly Growth Groups.
- Bread-breaking: we share the Lord’s Supper and have church meals.
- Prayer: we pray together and provide resources to support private prayer.
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.
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.