Corona Virus update;   Van Ministry, Friday / Saturday night no change to service

                                       Tuesday breakfast  CANCELLED

                                       Thursday breakfast , no change to service

                                       Sunday fellowship service , Surry Hills , CANCELLED


Jesus Cares has been in existence now for over 30 years.

It continues today to love those who feel unloved, to give hope to those who feel hopeless and befriended to those who feel friendless.

We are not just another welfare organisation but firmly believe that through a life-changing experience of knowing Jesus as their Lord and Saviour will those we serve be really set free from their current circumstances and find new life. 

Video and article from Eternity News featuring Jesus Cares Ministry 

Jesus Cares Ministry eTERNITY NEWS STORY


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Volunteers Jake and Catherine

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Guest Speaker: Nick-Farr Jones

Tickets $80 per person or $750 for a table of 10 seats

Bookings close  Saturday 23rd May

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Guest Speaker: Nick-Farr Jones

Nick attended Newington College where he played in the schools 2nd XV. He went onto study law at Sydney University and made the University’s 1st XV at age of 18. He was selected to play in the Wallabies in 1984 debuting on the Grand Slam tour of the UK and Ireland. He played 63 tests in an amateur rugby career for a decade captaining the Wallabies to win the 1991 Rugby World Cup. He Captained a world XV in 1992 in 3 tests against the All Blacks celebrating New Zealand’s centenary of rugby. Inducted into the Australian and international Rugby Halls of Fame and awarded an Order of Australia in 1992 for services to rugby. Nick recently served as Chairman of New South Wales rugby for 5 years standing down in 2015.

Nick is married to Angela and they have 4 children ranging from 17 to 26. He was a lawyer for a decade before moving to Paris for four years when he joined the French International Bank, Societe Generale. He returned to Sydney in 1999 and headed the Banks mining finance team for a decade before joining the private equity group Taurus Funds Management who invest and lend globally in the mined resources sector. Nick has been a Director of the NRMA, a Councilor of the city of Sydney and a Senator of the Sydney University.

Live music : One Faith Band

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