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Announcement: Sad Farewells
It is with sadness I must announce today, that due to family and health concerns, Kylie & Matt Garrett (SU Australia, NT), along with Steven & Caitlin Klouth (West Wyalong), are set to leave the BCA family this year.
17 Jun 2024
Reaching out to PALM workers
For many years now, The Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme has allowed businesses in the agriculture and food manufacturing sectors to hire workers from nine Pacific islands and Timor-Leste, when not enough local workers are available.
1 Jun 2024
Going underground for Jesus
Coober Pedy is a place that is dear to the hearts of many of you, and we want to thank you for praying over the last six years for God to provide Field Staff for this mining town.
1 Jun 2024
Territory Adventures!
Adventure arrives in different ways. Sometimes it slips in smoothly, seamlessly cruising into the journey. Other times it arrives screaming ‘SURPRISE!’ and flips your world upside down!
1 Jun 2024
The Real Australian Winter 2024 Editorial
At the commissioning of Dave & Margie Wood in Coober Pedy at the beginning of March, I encouraged our newest BCA Field Staff with the words: “If I were you…I’d pray!”
1 Jun 2024
A new way of offering ministry in Strathfieldsaye
In 2023, Strathfieldsaye Community Church commenced a new Sunday afternoon ministry as there was a real need for a ‘child friendly’ service. Prior to this, a number of families with younger children been attending our 9.30 am traditional service.
1 Jun 2024
Post & Rails Winter 2024
Messages of congratulations, welcomes and farewells from across the BCA family...
1 Jun 2024
Vale Tom Morgan
As the BCA National Council met this week, they remembered  Life Member and Vice President Emeritus Tom Morgan, who passed away in March.
17 May 2024
Announcement: A change at Nungalinya College
Following her four-year term as the Anglican Dean of Nungalinya College, Ruth Walton will finish up in that role at the end of 2024.
13 May 2024
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Townview – Gunpowder
One of the first impressions that came home to me as I commenced my ministry here at Mount Isa concerned people. Mount Isa itself has a real cross section of people from all walks of life.
9 May 2024
Our God is so big!
When George & Carmel Ferguson moved to Walgett to minister in the Barwon Special District Anglican Parish, they did so praying that young families would move to the area and be part of the community and the church. Four years on this remains their big prayer, but they are confident knowing that our God is big!
2 May 2024
A fascinating place to visit
As the opal capital of the world, the town of Coober Pedy is a fascinating place to visit, yet with summer temperatures regularly soaring into the mid-forties it can be a tough place to live. So, what attracts people to move to the middle of nowhere if they aren’t gem seekers? God of course!
25 Apr 2024

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