About us

WE ARE ORDINARY PEOPLE ENCOUNTERING THE EXTRAORDINARY GOD 

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Our Team

Firstly, its everyone!

As a church family everyone is involved - its never just the paid staff and pastors. We believe that God has given each of his people gifts and opportunities to serve each other and our community. We see people at TAC loving each other deeply and serving our community boldly week in and week out. We are in this together.


meet the pastoral and Administrative staff

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Raj Gupta

Lead Pastor
(Maturity)

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Murray Colville

Assistant Pastor
( Families & Magnification)

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Ben Allen

Assistant Pastor
(Youth, Membership& Mission)

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Jon Flood

Pastoral Assistant


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Nicole Jeremy

Church Administrator

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Sally Bower

Accounts & Administration

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Susan Burgess

Communications

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Rachael Stabback

MTS Apprentice - ToonieKids


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Stuart Jansen

Student Minister

 
 
 

Church Sunday Gatherings

Join us on Sundays at 8 am, 10 am or 6 pm. No need to dress up, you can bring the family or bring a friend.

We are a church for you, no matter who you are.

Let us know you are coming along.


Our Vision

Our Vision is to be an ever-growing diverse church family.
The grace of Jesus unites and transforms us so we can
worship God wholeheartedly,
love each other deeply
and serve our community boldly .

In a world where differences divide, we want to be a community that welcomes each other and our community no matter what their story.

We’d love to welcome you too!

Life as a church family

Jesus has a lot to say about life and how it is lived best.

Two of his statements really capture the essence of who we want to be as individuals, families and as a church.

the great commandment

Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.
— Jesus [Matthew 22:37-39]

the great commission

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.
— Jesus [Matthew 28:19-20]

These two statements lead us to focus on five areas which shape our focus as a church.

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Mission

Introducing our community to Jesus

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Membership

Connecting and integrating people into our church family

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Maturity

growing people wherever they are at in their Christian journey

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Ministry

Joyfully serving God, the church family, our community and the world


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Magnification

Celebrating the goodness of God as we worship him in our church gatherings and throughout our lives.

 
 
 

We long to see every member of our church growing in these five purposes as well as them shaping our gatherings, groups and teams.

Want to be part of the journey?
Think about your next step >>>

 

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What we believe

We unashamedly believe and teach the historic Christian Faith.
That the one God who made all things has made himself known to us.
That He spoke through the words of the Bible.

That He came as the man Jesus Christ, walking this earth 2000 years ago.
Jesus, who bridged the gap between a loving God and his runaway people.
In Jesus, the extraordinary God encounters us ordinary people.

We now play on Jesus' team, we call him captain and king,
we know that Jesus makes sense of life and impacts absolutely everything.
We live it, we love it, and we want everyone to know it.


Global Impact

We want people all over the world to encounter the extraordinary God. This means we support people from South Asia to Central America who work to make this vision a reality.

Contact the church office to get more information on supporting and praying for our 'link' missionaries.

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Snapshot | The Sholl Family in Mexico

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The Sholl family are missionaries with CMS-Australia and have lived in Monterrey, México since 2009. Peter leads MOCLAM, a ministry that aims to support local churches throughout the Spanish-speaking world, by offering theological education by distance. Many pastors and church leaders in Latin America don't have formal theological education, so MOCLAM offers them materials they can study in their local context.

Sarah runs two weekly Bible study groups – one for young mums and one for women from their local church and community. She also helps train and encourage women to be faithful Bible teachers.

Peter and Sarah have three teenage daughters who are in various stages of high school and university in Monterrey and Sydney.