Nightcliff is a northern suburb of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The area has a young, transient population where many residents live for a few years before moving on. With both a Navy base and the Robertson Barracks Army base nearby, the capital is home to a significant amount of military activity. St Peter’s Nightcliff is part of the Anglican Diocese of the Northern Territory.

The Revd Bruce & Mrs Jodi Chapman

The Chapmans have lived in Nightcliff since 2008. Bruce is the Diocesan Youth Minister of the Northern Territory. His role is to encourage, support and help build up youth and youth leaders, so that they are growing in their relationship with Jesus and reaching out in mission.

Apart from encouraging youth ministry throughout the Northern Territory, including Arnhem Land churches, Bruce also works part-time at St Peter’s Nightcliff in youth ministry and training.

Children: Matthew (2000), Laura (2002), Felicity (2004), Oliver (2006)

The Chapmans' December Prayer Points
Give thanks for:

  • The St Peter's Nightcliff's annual thanksgiving dinner (1 December) and the Carols service tonight
  • The joy and wonder of God living with us
  • Bruce's continued good health reports
  • Bruce's parents moving into their new home on the NSW Central Coast
  • A good finish to St Peter's youth group for the year and seven youth booked in for kyck trip to Sydney in April 2018.
Please pray:
  • Good welcome and follow up of visitors to church over this advent and Christmas season
  • Laura in Sydney from 11-15 December with a program (Curious Minds) to encourage girls into maths-based study and careers
  • Continued safety for Matthew in Africa until 24 December and opportunities to talk to his mates about life and hope in Jesus.