Greg Harris - National Director
Today I’d like to share with you some exciting news about a new ministry and welcome the Field Staff who will serve in this position.
BCA is working together with the Diocese of Bathurst to fund a trainee assistant minister in the Parish of Kelso. The aim of this role is to provide a pathway for new college graduates to train for future ministry. Steven Klouth will serve in this position with his wife Caitlin working alongside him.
The Klouths currently reside in Sydney where they both work as student ministers at the Beverly Hills Kingsgrove Anglican Church. Steven is involved in a range of ministries including preaching and service leading. Caitlin leads the pre-school aged Sunday School group.
You may recognise Caitlin, who has been part of the BCA family before. She is the daughter of Western Australia Regional Officer Rob Healy and his wife Kaye.
“We are excited to be joining the ministry work of reaching rural Australia for Christ,” says Steven. “God has been growing in us a deep desire to teach and equip Christians in rural Australia to love and serve the Lord. We are looking forward to seeing how God will use us for His glory.”
It is so exciting to be able to partner with the Diocese of Bathurst focusing on encouraging new theological graduates to think through the unique challenges and opportunities of remote and rural ministry. Please join with me in welcoming Steven & Caitlin Klouth.