Woolgoolga

Diocese of Grafton



Woolgoolga is a town on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, approximately 25kms north of Coffs Harbour.

Woolgoolga is home of Guru Nanak Sikh Temple, an architectural landmark and tourist attraction, and many Sikh Indians who have lived and worked in town for many generations.

The parish of Northern Beaches is based in Woolgoolga and focuses on outreach to the local area as well as the communities of Red Rock; Corindi; Arrawarra; Mullaway; Safety, Sandy, Emerald and Moonee Beaches.

Northern Beaches Anglicans is part of the Diocese of Grafton in northern New South Wales. This Diocese extends from the Queensland border to Port Macquarie in the south and to the Great Dividing Range in the west.

Simon & Alison Reeve

Simon is the Young Families Minister at Northern Beaches Anglicans. He also works as the Young Families Resource Officer within the Diocese of Grafton. He encourages and resources churches to reach families throughout the Diocese.

Before moving to Woolgoolga, the Reeves lived in Armidale where Simon was an assistant minister working with children and young families at the Anglican Cathedral for six years.

Children: Ella (2006), Zoe (2008), Joel (2012)


The Reeves' June Prayer Points
We were unable to hold our Special Synod meeting, but we pray that God will grant our diocese wisdom as we look at proposed restructuring. Thank God that our church services have resumed again face to face. Please pray that many parishioners and community members will flock back to church!