Committees appointed by the General Assembly and the people they employ may achieve great things, but when it comes to living God’s Word and serving Him in our communities, we acknowledge the important role of the people who make up our congregations – the communicants (church members), elders (elected Session members), adherents (attendees) and young people who form the body of our Church.

Each person plays a major role in the makeup of our church, serving our Lord in many different ways, ranging from full blown overseas missionary work, to providing meals, cleaning, Bible reading, leading small groups, playing music and prayer.

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BrazilianChurchservice.jpgOur congregations not only comprise English-speaking Australians. We are proud to have in our midst:

  • One Afrikaans church at Roseville/Wahroonga
  • Two Arabic churches at Merrylands and Toongabbie
  • One Brazillian church at Beacon Hill (shown above & right)
  • Four Chinese churches at Surry Hills, Lidcombe/Burwood, Bonnyrigg and Ashfield
  • One Cook Islander church in Rooty Hill
  • Two Indonesian churches as Randwick/Kingsford/Liverpool/Scots Church (Margaret St) and Earlwood/Lane Cove
  • Nine Korean churches at Ashfield, Carlingford, Chatswood, Gladesville, Homebush, Petersham, Strathfield (2) and Telopea
  • One Ghanaian church in Wentworthville
  • Two Samoan churches at Lakemba and Newcastle

The Presbyterian Church in NSW is arranged into 16 Presbyteries:

Please see Assembly page for news on changes to Presbytery borders resulting from the General Assembly.