Upcoming Conference below: `Spirit 2017′

Twice a year we run conferences focussed on growing our faith, and that of surrounding communities. The Spirit conference is normally held in April at St. Peter's College in their modern facilities at Broulee, and Living Waters follows between August and October, at the Anglican Church, Herarde St., Batemans Bay. We look forward to sharing these conferences with people from all denominations around NSW and ACT. Worship music is provided by a band formed from a number of churches across the Eurobodalla area, and guest speakers bring us focus and teaching. We have never been disappointed in what God brings to these times. They sometimes include workshops, and prayer ministry is always available.

SPIRIT 17 Conference – Batemans Bay – 21 to 23 April 2017

A time of teaching worship, prayer, and spiritual insight.  

Where: St Peters Anglican School at Broulee NSW 

When: 7pm Friday to 9pm Saturday (21 to 22 April 2017) plus 10am Sunday Service 

Theme"Sing a New Song"

Guest Speaker:  Rev David McDougall - Rector St Mary's Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, England

Costs and details: See ATT Brochure

Spirit 17 Brouchure (CLICK HERE)

Conference Photo Gallery

Photos from various conferences.

LIVING WATERS 2016 Conf – `His Breath Received’ – Recently Held

A time of teaching, fellowship and spiritual refreshment.  

Theme: `His Breath Received'

Guest Speaker:  Deb Stanley - Soul Survivor 

A great time of teaching and ministry

SPIRIT 2016 Conference – ‘Arise Shine’ – Batemans Bay – Recently Held

A time of teaching, prayer, worship and spiritual refreshment.

The Theme was "Arise Shine"  Refer Isaiah 60:1 

Guest speaker was Pastor Warwick Marsh

A great time which including ministry and healing.

Seminar on Ageing – The Paradox & Promise of Later Life – Held 2016

 This seminar was presented by Rev Prof Elizabeth MacKinlay. 

The gift of later years:

  • What is longer life for? 
  • How can I still find meaning even in the face of losses and uncertainties that may come with growing older? 
  • The important place of spiritual reminiscence in coming to a sense of personal purpose, of hope, resilience and the possibility of flourishing.