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Southern Tasmanian Anglican Churches were closed in mid-October, due to a snap lockdown. Read more from the Anglican Diocese here. Check out a message from Pastor Rob here. It was an important moment to remember the real impact of this virus nationwide, as well as granting an opportunity to (briefly) sacrifice our freedoms for the sake of…

Under 18 Ministry Leaders

We have an exciting new season for our Wellspring children’s and youth ministries ahead. As announced at August’s AGM, Jackson Summerfield will transition from his part-time Children’s Minister role to a full-time 2 year Ministry Apprenticeship, in children’s and youth ministry. This meets several key needs emerging, including Camille Imberger stepping down as Youth Ministry…

Parish Council 2020-2021

Last weekend we elected a new Parish Council. Please join us in prayer for these servants as they lead Wellspring in life with Jesus. Rector’s Warden: John Morse People’s Wardens: Ruth Croser and Richard Lord Synod reps: Richard Lord, Matthew Bowditch, Jordan Green Parish Councillors: Gemma Kleywegt, John Schuringa, Winky Ng, Dean Cox and Jude…

Annual Meeting Weekend: Aug 21-22, 2021

Our Wellspring vision, “Life with Jesus“, helps point to our destination. Our values, “Belong / Believe / Grow / Share”, guide the character of our journey. Our strategies, ministries and leadership build roads to get us there. You can view our Annual Report 2021 here. Budget 2022 & Audited Financials 2021 here. Strategy Group Update…

Amos in the New Testament

The book of Amos is quoted twice in the New Testament.  Amos 5: 25-27 in the Acts of the Apostles (7: 42-42), by Stephen as part of a long defence he makes before the Jewish leaders.  The speech, which begins in 7:2, is an excellent illustration of how the Hebrew Scriptures (our Old Testament) were understood…

Emergency Food Relief: Cambodia

Over the past couple of weeks Abraham and his teams have been delivering emergency food aid to remote families in northern Cambodia. Thanks to the generous support received from Aussie families the program has been extended both in quantity and distribution after there were reports of desperate situations in some of the outlying areas of…

James: Faith that Works

If we’re honest with ourselves, there are gaps in our lives; gaps between who we are and who God wants us to be; gaps between what we profess and what we practise. The Letter of James confronts us with the question; “how do we live wisely?”. It’s about closing the gaps. It is a call…

Amos Sermon Series

Over the next two months our 8am and 10am congregations will be delving into the book of Amos. Here’s some historical context from our 8am pastor, Noel Bowditch, to get us started. Introducing Amos The opening verse of the book gives us its historical setting – the 8th century BC (Uzziah was king of Judah, Jeroboam…

Easter at Wellspring

We’re getting excited about Easter at Wellspring. We look forward to welcoming you for one of our services over the Easter weekend, because we believe the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the world’s hope for life with God: Good Friday: 8am, 10am (available on zoom), 10:30am (Chinese) Easter Sunday: 8am, 10am (zoom), 2pm (Chinese zoom),…

Wellspring Women Afternoon Tea Sessions

Ladies, we’re excited to invite you to join the Wellspring Women Afternoon Tea Session (WWATS) community this year! We’re hoping that our afternoon teas can be a place to build deeper relationships as we chat, listen to speakers, hear from panels of women, pray, worship and dive into God’s Word together – all over a…

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