COVID-19 UPDATE 02.07.2021

July 2, 2021

Lockdown in Darwin and Alice Springs is set to be lifted at 1PM.

There will still be restrictions in place. They are as follows:
– Face masks must be worn when you are unable to physically distance – this includes at places like the supermarket, shops and hairdresser. Workers who come into close contact with patrons, or who work in crowded environments will need to wear a mask.
– Up to 10 people can visit your home at a time.
– Restaurants, cafes

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COVID-19 UPDATE 30/06/20

June 30, 2021


Alice Springs will enter a 72 hour lockdown from 1 PM ACST.

You are only allowed to leave your residence for the following five reasons:
– Medical treatment including coronavirus testing and vaccinations.
– To get essential goods and services
– For essential work
– For one hour exercise with one other person or members of your residence.
– To provide care to people unable to support themselves.

For more information:

COVID UPDATE 29/06/20 

June 29, 2021

UPDATE 29/06/20 

Lock down extension for further 72 hours. This is until Friday 2nd July, 1PM. 
The Church office will remain close this week including this Friday
All congregations and its properties are being advised to remain close during the lock down period
All members must follow the NT Government instructions.  


June 27, 2021

Darwin, Palmerston and the Litchfield local government area will go into a 48-hour lockdown from 1:00pm local time today (27/06/20) after the NT recorded four new coronavirus cases, Chief Minister Michael Gunner has announced.

You are only permitted to leave the house for five reasons.

– Medical treatment including coronavirus testing and vaccinations.

– To get essential goods and services

– For essential work

– For one hour exercise within a 5km radius of your residence.

– To provide care to people unable to support themselves.


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Synod Operations Manager Announcement

June 22, 2021

22 June 2021

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I am delighted to announce that Fleur Crowe has accepted our offer of the position of Synod Operations Manager. As a qualified CPA, her key responsibilities will include the oversight of Finance and Property matters. She joins us with a wealth of skills and experience after working across a range of complex industries and sectors including Community Services, Government, and Resources and Energy. This is an interim position with the view to a permanent role

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Happy Ascension Day

May 13, 2021

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8

The task of this mission is getting harder. There are many challenges, but we need not be afraid, anxious, and doubtful. Because when Jesus sends you out to carry his mission, it is always a guarantee. He is with us to the end of time. We

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Moderator’s Appeal – Cyclone Seroja

April 20, 2021

On the 4th of April during Easter Day, Nusa Tenggara Timor was hit by Tropical cyclone Seroja. It damaged most of cities in the area including Sabu Raijua, Rote, Adonara Flores, Bena, Kupang as well as areas in East Timor. The cyclone destroyed a lot of properties including the churches.  

The Evangelical Protestant Church in West Timor has had a long relationship with the Northern Synod through the NRCC in the Bible Translation Unit. However big or small our

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Moderator Easter Message 2021

April 1, 2021

Easter Reflection 2021.

For the second time we celebrate Easter still in an atmosphere of uncertainty due to the pandemic. In the past year, we had to celebrate in our respective homes with an atmosphere full of sorrow, but full of hope in Christ, the Lamb of Passover. The hope that, “because He lives, there is a tomorrow” surrounds us even in this year.  

When faced with fear and sorrow, Mary Magdalene, the first to go to Jesus’ tomb, grew saddened

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16th Assembly will be online

February 3, 2021

Due to the ongoing effects of COVID, the Assembly Standing Committee has passed the decision to hold the 16th Assembly online. 


What is COVID?

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious and contagious disease. 

Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment.


The virus that causes COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales. These droplets are too heavy to hang in the air,

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