Our Partners

St Clement’s supports a variety of community and mission organisations, partnering with them in telling people the good news about Jesus.

Bishop Greg AndersonAnglican Diocese of Northern Territory

The Diocese of the Northern Territory is the youngest of the 23 dioceses (regions) of the Anglican Church of Australia.

The Diocese is responsible for the ministry of the Anglican Church across the whole of the Northern Territory. It comprises almost one fifth of the Australian landmass, over six times the size of Great Britain.

The total population of the Northern Territory is only about 230,000 people, 30% of whom are indigenous Australians.

From fifteen parish & ministry unit locations and through our community service and educational ministries we seek to live, share and engage our wider community with our Christian faith. Under God, and acknowledging the original custodians of this ancient land, we serve Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in remote, rural and urban communities across the vast area that is the Northern Territory.

 

Rev’d Stu WImage result for rev stu woods break the cycleoods (Break the Cycle)

Break the Cycle helps people change their lives through sustainable life choices and ultimately change the community they are a part of. Established over a decade ago, Break the Cycle’s primary focus is for the community of Macquarie Fields. Set up as a not-for-profit organisation, Break the Cycle is committed to assisting people wherever they are from, whatever their circumstances, irrespective of ethnicity, religious belief or any other distinction.

 

CHESTER HILL ANGLICAN CHURCH

Chester Hill Anglican Church

Chester Hill Anglican Church aims to see people from all nations giving glory to God through Jesus by

1. Belonging to God’s family.

2. Being transformed into the image of Christ and

3. Engaging outwardly with the gospel.

James and Brittany Daymond – BCA, Narromine NSW

James and Brittany grew up at St Clement’s. They both served the church for many years, until in January 2017 they felt the pull of the bush, and moved to Narromine to share the good news of Jesus     there and in surrounding areas.