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About the CRCA

  • What We Believe +

    Most of what we believe we hold in common with the Christian church Read More
  • History of the CRCA +

    The Christian Reformed Churches of Australia (CRCA) includes over fifty congregations across Australia Read More
  • What is Reformed? +

    Reformed churches identify with the protestant reformation – a movement in the 1500-1600s – which Read More
  • What is “Christian”? +

    Deep within there is a stirring, right at the core of our being. Read More
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News & Views

Catalyst - The CRCA at work through workgroups & local churches

  • Great Feedback!

    So, I was in the middle of one of those irritating jobs where you have to back and forth to get something sorted, and my phone rang. I noticed the number was someone local, but no one in my contact list. Just for a moment I thought ‘send it to message bank…’ Pushing that voice aside, I swiped the call open, “Hi, it’s Dave…” It turned out to be a woman from one of the Perth CRC congregations, who wanted Read More
  • Ministry Opportunity: Kingston, Tas

    Assistant Minister The Christian Reformed Church of Kingston, Tasmania Description of Christian Reformed Church of Kingston (‘CRCK’) CRCK is a growing, evangelical church in Kingston, Tasmania (ten minutes south of Hobart). We have 350 members, covering a wide spectrum of ages and backgrounds, and three, full-time pastors (Lead, Assistant, and Children’s and Youth). We are part of a network of five other churches, all of whom CRCK has planted over the last fifteen years. As such, every pastor who works Read More
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Growing Healthy Churches

  • Acting Justly and Loving Mercy in Pakenham +

    "What does the Lord God require of [us]? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God." (Micah 6:8) In a recent trip to the eastern suburbs of Melbourne -- I saw a bunch of Christians Read More
  • Advancing Together in Queensland +

    Posted by: Jack De Vries on Jun 30, 2014 Tagged in: Untagged What if you have a city bus service, with buses that were always "on time", but these buses were always empty of passengers? Reason? Studies had shown that Read More
  • Doing Justice and Loving Mercy +

    I am feeling restless when I think of the plight of our society and the mission God has laid on our hearts as Reformed churches in Australia. At times I have laid awake at night -- and my thoughts wander and Read More
  • Retreat, Refreshment, Recharge 2014 +

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  • Wisdom From The Garden(5): Too Much Manure Does More Harm Than Good +

    For churches to be healthy they require regular feeding. But too much manure can do more harm than good. When new seedlings are planted in the ground it is important to make sure that the proper nutrients are in the Read More
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Upcoming Events
25
Sep
2014

25 - 26 September 2014

Reformed Theological College

RTC Preaching Conference

Corinth was a tough church. Maybe tougher than yours!

It gave Paul a headache and much heartache, but it also gave him occasion to clarify some key issues in Christian life and ministry – issues that are of as much significance to preachers and churches in the 21st century as they were in the 1st century. In this conference we'll explore themes like pastor-church relationships; power, glory, success and weakness in ministry; gospel generosity; and how to preach from this rich letter.

Rev David Jones has served churches in Wales, London and Australia. He is currently the Senior Pastor at Ann Street Presbyterian Church in Brisbane. He was involved in the Vision 100 network, a co-operative church planting movement in Hobart, which has resulted in the establishment of new Reformed and Presbyterian congregations. David was converted aged 17, and trained for ministry at the United Theological College Aberystwyth, graduating in 1972 with a BD from the University of Wales. Between 2010 and 2013, David was the Moderator General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia.

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The CRCA A Church Reforming to Reach the Lost for Christ

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