About the

Presbyterian Church of Australia

The Presbyterian Church of Australia is a vibrant community of believers rooted in the historic Christian faith. Founded on the principles of the Reformation, the Presbyterian Church of Australia values the authority of Scripture, the sovereignty of God, and the grace of Jesus Christ. With a rich heritage dating back to the 19th century, the Presbyterian Church of Australia has a strong commitment to proclaiming the gospel to the ends of the earth and making disciples of all nations.

Through our congregations, ministries, and outreach programs, we seek to serve the needs of our local communities, sharing the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ and demonstrating the love of God in practical ways. With a strong emphasis on biblical teaching, worship, and fellowship, the Presbyterian Church of Australia is a place where individuals and families can grow in their faith, find support, and connect with others who share their beliefs. We invite you to join us as we seek to know God and make Him known.

Our Mission

quotation and brief explanation of the Church’s mission in the Articles of Agreement (is it Art. 5?) - 1 screen only with link from the quoted Article to an up-to-date version of the full Articles.

Our Model

brief statement about Jesus’ rule over his world through establishment of authorities secular and ecclesiastical and their parallel yet distinct domains; and the presbyterial system of church government as being founded upon the word of God and agreeable thereto, with links to explanations of (1) the theory, and (2) our particular expression of the model, further broken down to explain (a) the composition, and (b) the sphere sovereignty of the several types of church courts.

Our Message

brief statement touching God’s person and works, drawing on the primary themes of the Confession and those parts of the Declaratory Statement that represent God’s works of mercy and the message of salvation that they imply - 1 opening screen with links to other brief statements in dedicated pages as necessary.

Latest Articles

Get in touch