Serve with us

Come explore the many teams at PBC, share with us where you would like to serve and join us as together we seek to see lives transformed.

 

 

Children & Families team

Youth team

Young Adult team

Welcoming team

Prayer team

Practicals team

Worship Team

Womens team

Park ministry team

Love in action team

Alpha team

Creative Team

CHILDREN & FAMILIES

We seek to introduce children and families to the God who loves them and desires to have a relationship with them. We want to support and resource parents as they raise and nurture a growing faith in their children. Whether from a churched or unchurched family our prayer is that these lives are transformed as they encounter Jesus and we would love for you to join our team in this. 

Below you will find details on specific roles in our Children & families team. Lynn or Mireille would love to have a chat if you are interested in joining our team or if you have further questions.

Precious Pebbles (Sunday)

Precious Pebbles is for pre-schoolers who are 3-5 years of age. This program runs during the Sunday morning services.

Over their two years in Precious Pebbles, pre-schoolers will engage with stories from the Bible about their Creator God, His promises to His people, God as rescuer, prayer, who Jesus is and what He taught his followers.

This is a child’s foundational experience of programs at PBC and their first experience of being led by others in the church. As such, we aim to build trust, connection and confidence in their interactions with leaders and each other.

Opportunities to serve within our Precious Pebbles team are:

PRECIOUS PEBBLES LEADER

  • Interacting with young children – including managing their behaviours and their safety
  • Helping in drama, song and dance
  • Leading hands-on learning
  • Communicating simply & clearly

Precious Pebbles requires leaders at the 8.45am and 10.45am services. Those aged from year 8 onwards may apply as junior leaders. Over-18 are needed in this ministry and may have the added role of supervising and training junior leaders in their team.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Mireille through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Kids Church (Sunday)

Kids church meets every Sunday morning during school terms. We run a program at both morning services for those children in Kindergarten through to year 4.

As a team, we seek to help our children come to know the God who loves them and desires a relationship with them. We want to encourage and nurture them as young disciples who are in the Bible discovering for themselves who God is and what their response to Him will be. As leaders we desire to help them be able to talk to God through prayer and express their love for God through worship. Opportunities are given for the children to serve and help others, to connect with the wider church and reach out to their friends with the good news of Jesus. We also seek to encourage and support parents as they nurture their children in their spiritual journey.

Opportunities to serve within our kids church team are:

SMALL GROUP LEADER

  • Weekly commitment during the school term
  • Help facilitate small group time
  • Disciple a specific age group
  • Opportunity to lead the whole group in sharing the Bible story using our set curriculum or running a game etc.
  • Participation in initial and ongoing training

CASUAL SUPPORT 

  • Casual support for our team on Sundays
  • To be ‘on call’ to fill in when a regular leader is away

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Lynn through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Prayer team

We’d love for you to join us to pray regularly for all our children and families as well as our leaders. We will provide regular updates and requests to guide your intercession.

If you are interested in praying in the way, please contact Lynn & Mireille through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Kid's Holiday Program

The Kids Holiday Program (KHP) is an annual outreach event that runs over four mornings in the term 2 or 3 holidays. The program caters for around 150 children from K – year 6 culminating in an afternoon at the end of the week where families are invited to experience the program with their kids. Each session consists of activities, crafts and the gospel message. This program benefits from a wide range of skills each year.

Opportunities to serve with our KHP team include:

GROUP LEADER (Over 18)
Lead a group of 12 school-aged children with a couple junior leaders (highschoolers) to assist you in small group activities, games and craft.

GROUP LEADER (Under 18)
Lead a group of 12 school-aged children through the program and assist with activities, games and crafts. To apply, please contact Ben Wilson (ben@parramattabaptist.com).

DRAMA ACTOR
Be a character in our week-long drama.

TECH OPERATOR
Operate the PBC Computer, sound & lighting equipment.

KITCHEN PREP
Prepare morning tea for the KHP groups.

PROPS
Create props for and decorate the church for the KHP theme (e.g. Pirate ships, in the sea, space ships and more).

PARENT CAFE
Connect with parents about faith over a coffee at the KHP Parent Cafe.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Lynn through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Special Religious Education (SRE)

SRE runs on Thursday morning from 9am-11am at Northmead Public School for Kindergarten through to year 6. The ministry is shared with other churches in the local community and is a valuable time for kids to learn about God and the Bible in a school context. Classes are 40 mins long and run according to a set currculum and lesson plan. Each class has the added supervision of a teacher from NPS.

Opportunities to join our SRE team include:

SRE TEACHER

  • Teaching a class of primary school aged children (15-25 students) OR assisting a current teacher with their class.
  • Online training program (compulsory) with the Baptist Association for accreditation.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Mireille through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Playtime

We have playtimes that meet on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between 10am and 12noon during school terms. Our atim is to provide a warm, welcoming place where community parents and carers can come with their children and enjoy their time together. Our playtime team consists of our Church parents who are there with their own children as well as others from our church who all seek to reflect God’s love and the gospel through our actions and words. We are intentional about building relationships where we can share Christ with these community families.

Opportunities to join our Playtime team include:

CONNECT WITH PARENTS/FAMILIES

  • Connect with young families in our community
  • Journey alongside & help them take their own journey of faith

KITCHEN HELPER

  • Help prepare and serve the morning tea and help with any other practical needs.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Lynn through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

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YOUTH TEAM

Come join our youth ministry teams.

As a youth leadership team we seek to raise up a growing community of young people being transformed as they encounter Jesus. If you have a heart to see young lives transformed, come and be a part of our youth teams.

There are several ways that you can be involved across our multiple programs. If you’re interested in joining our teams or have further questions, Ben Wilson would love to speak with you.

Emerge youth team

Emerge youth is a community of grade 5-6s who meet every Friday night at 5.30-7.00pm during school terms.

Years 5-6 is a really unique stage in a child’s life so at Emerge we seek to connect with these kids, love them, have fun and disciple them as they work out who Jesus is and grow in their relationship with him.

We aim to accomplish this through leaders engaging with and looking after a small group of kids. The role of a small group leader includes:

Small Group leader

  • Help facilitate small group times
  • Discipling a specific age/gender group
  • Opportunity to facilitate segments of Emerge (e.g. games, content etc.)
  • Initial/ongoing support and training provided

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Sterlo through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Arise youth team

Arise youth is a community of highschoolers who meet every Friday night at 7.30-9.30pm during school terms.

As a team we seek to: make Jesus known through meaningful relationships. A signficant number of our young people are yet to know Jesus and we cherish the opportunity to introduce these young people to Jesus.

There are two key opportunities to serve within our Arise youth leadership team including:

Small Group leader

  • Help facilitate small group times
  • Discipling a specific age/gender group
  • Opportunity to facilitate segments of Arise (e.g. games, content etc.)
  • Initial/ongoing support and training provided

Practical support

  •  Practically support the activities of Arise (e.g. cooking BBQs, cleaning, packing up etc.)

If you are interested to join or have questions about the Arise team, please contact Ben through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Sunday Morning youth team

Sunday morning youth group (SMYG’s) is a space for grade 5-8s who meet weekly during our morning PBC worship services (8.45 & 10.45am).

At SMYG’s we seek to nurture and equip youth in their discipleship journey, and we look practically at how we can live faith out. To do this, we aim to provide a relaxed space where youth can be themselves and be encouraged in their faith.

We do different things week-to-week at our Sunday youth gatherings, but the main role of a small group leader includes:

SMYG’s leader

  • Joining us each week at either the 8:45am or 10:45am services
  • Connecting with kids in years 5-8
  • Discipling and encouraging kids as they work out their faith
  • Opportunity to facilitate content, training, etc.
  • Initial/ongoing support and training provided

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Sterlo through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Coaching Clusters

Our youth coaching clusters are designed for highschoolers who meet on different weeknights during school term.

In our Coaching Clusters we seek to: inspire young people to make Jesus known as all-of-life disciples.

There is one pivotal serving opportunity in our coaching clusters including:

Cluster Coach

  • Facilitate weekly coaching clusters (1.5hrs)
  • Train youth in sharing their faith (optional, content provided)
  • Initial/ongoing support and training provided

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Ben through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Mentor team

Our mentor team is made up of adults who are ready to initiate mentoring relationships at the request of our youth leadership team. These mentoring relationships are valuable spaces where young people will find personal support and guidance in both their life and faith.

There are 2 different mentoring roles in which you could serve. These roles seek to care for young people in 2 different broad lifestages. They include:

Senior High mentoring

  • Mentor a young person as they transition from year 12 into post-school life (roughly 1.5-2 year mentoring relationship)
  • Support and guide them spiritually & practically as they leave school and discern God’s calling on their life (training provided).
  • Regular 1-on-1 meetings (e.g. once a month)
  • Participate with other mentors & youth/young adult leadership teams

Ad-hoc Mentoring

  • A team of mentors who are ready to initiate mentoring relationships with highschoolers. These mentoring relationships would be short-term & often in response to pivotal life stages, needs or meaningful experiences (such as coming to faith, significant life stages, starting in leadership roles etc.).
  • Support and guide them spiritually & practically as they navigate their faith & life circumstances (training provided).
  • Regular 1-on-1 meetings

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Ben through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Prayer team

As a team, we surrender everything to the one who transforms lives. We are fully dependant on God to move in the lives of our young people.

We’d love for you to join us to pray regularly for our young people, their families and our teams of leaders. We will provide regular updates and requests for prayer to guide this team’s intercession.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Ben through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

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YOUNG ADULT TEAM

At PBC we have a great community of Young Adults, who together are growing in faith, in love and in service.

There are a number of formal and informal ways you can support our great community of Young Adults. If you are interested or would like to learn more, Travis would love to hear from you. 

Small Group leaders

Our mid-week young adult small groups are a cornerstone of our ministry to young adults. From connection and support, to training and discipleship they form a key part of our strategy. Each small group has two designated leaders who share responsibility for their group.

Our heart and aim is to continue growing and then multiplying these groups into the future. If you are interested in becoming a future small group leader or would like to learn more, Travis would love to have that conversation with you. You can contact him through the “Share your interest with us” form in this section.

YA Intercessor Team

We believe in the power of prayer, and are committed to covering every young adult in regular and ongoing prayer. Our intercessor team each are responsible by praying regularly for individual young adults.

If you are interested in joining or would like to find out more about our young adult intercessor team, Elizabeth Gay oversees our team and would love to have that conversation with you (eagay05@gmail.com).

YA Mentoring & coaching

The young adult years of a person’s life have plenty of growth and leadership development opportunities, as well as some unique challenges and pitfalls to navigate.

Into the future we are looking for wise, godly men and women who have a heart to invest into the life of a young adult and be part of their discipleship and formation through mentoring and coaching. You can contact him through the “Share your interest with us” form in this section.

If this is something that interests you, Travis would love to have that conversation with you.

Occassional Help

Throughout the year we run young adult events and an annual retreat where one off practical support would be very welcome. From helping to host an event, cater, financially support, minister or contribute to the content there are many ways to practically help.

You can express your willingness to help support our young adult community as needed by speaking to Travis. You can contact him through the “Share your interest with us” form in this section.

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PRAYER TEAM

At PBC we believe in the power of prayer and invite you to join us in asking God to do more than we could possibly hope or imagine.

There are a number of ways that you can join us in praying at PBC. 

Sunday service prayer team

With a desire to see people encounter the transforming power of God in their lives, those who are part of this team are contacted semi-regularly to pray with those who come forward for prayer at the end of a Sunday service.

If you are interested in joining the team or learning how to pray with others, please contact Elizabeth Gay eagay05@gmail.com or Kathy Bates through the “Share your interest with us” form in thes section.

General prayer team

This is a group who are committed to pray for the needs of others as prayer requests are received via email. At times God may also lead you to provide practical care or encouragement for those you are praying for.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Special focus prayer team

With every ministry at PBC seeking God’s saving and transforming power in the lives of those they serve, we want to cover every part of the discipleship journey and the team who serve in prayer. We are committed to seeing people come to know Christ and to seeing lives transformed by Him. In addition, we recognise the importance of covering strategic taskforces in prayer.

As part of a special focus prayer team, we invite you to commit to a specific ministry area or age demographic faithfully pray as the Holy Spirit leads and as needs are communicated. From time to time your special focus team may also gather to intercede together.

If you are interested in joining a special focus team or finding out more, contact Elizabeth Gay eagay05@gmail.com

Prayer appointments team

This is prayer for God’s wholeness and restoration, releasing freedom and blessing into the person or home being prayed for.

For a prayer appointment, you will join with one or two others from the team to pray with a person or household at a time and location that allows for more in-depth prayer than can happen on a Sunday.

We apprentice those who are new to the team by having them join with experienced team members. If you are interested in exploring this further, contact Elizabeth Gay eagay05@gmail.com

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WELCOMING TEAM

Our desire is that everyone who connects with PBC would feel welcome and valued. If you are the kind of people who listens and engages well, then please consider joining our team.

Sunday service welcome team

At each of our worship services, we want everyone to feel that they have been seen, been heard and been made to feel welcome. And ideally, more than just once as you enter the building! We are looking for people with a welcoming smile and a confidence to speak with people they haven’t met before to join a team. You will be rostered on with 3 others at least monthly and be required to arrive at least 20 minutes before the service.

Newcomers’ gathering team

Every couple of months we hold events that gather together those who are new to the life of PBC. It is an opportunity to meet one another, to hear one another’s stories of coming to PBC and find out more about the life of PBC. We are looking for people willing to host these events either in a home or at church by helping with afternoon tea or supper and by engaging with those who are new.

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PRACTICALS TEAM

We are a practically-oriented team who love to serve by doing, and in the process, keep the ministry facilities in great shape.

Property & facilities rostered maintenance

The roster covers such things as regular mowing, gardening and cleaning of parts of the facilities. You can nominate how often you wish to serve, but we find most people are willing to do so once per month.

Ad hoc property & facilities jobs

This is for those who are unable to commit to a regular task, but who nonetheless are willing to be contacted when working bees are scheduled or when needs arise. We hold 3-4 Saturday working bees each year designed to get to some of the more major tasks completed. They are also a great communal way of working alongside others. If you have a particular trade or skill, you may also wish to offer to be contacted if a need arises. 

Baking for events

This is a very practical way of serving! Joining this team means that you will be contacted to ask if you are able to bake for events such as a working bee, a newcomer’s event or other event.

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WORSHIP TEAM

Our worship team delights in facilitating times of engaging worship for our church community. They use their audio, visual and musical gifts to help each person genuinely encounter God through our times of gathered worship.

There are several ways you can be involved in our worship team across both our morning and evening service teams. If you are interested or would like to learn more, Travis would love to have that conversation with you.

Sound Team

Our sound desk operators help create an immersive worship experience by controlling what our ears hear. From amplifying to processing and mixing sound together, it is hard to imagine a Sunday Service without the skilled touch from our great team of sound operators.

Past sound desk experience, any musicianship or sound engineering background is helpful. Although anyone with a keen ear and willingness to learn is welcome.

Substantial training and support is provided.

If you are interested in joining or finding out more about our sound desk operators, Travis would love to hear from you. You can contact him through the “Share your interest with us” form in this section.

Visuals Team

Our computer operators are responsible for the seamless integration of visuals into our Sunday services to both enable and enhance our worship experience. From song lyrics to backgrounds, videos to sermon slides we rely on visuals in our Sunday services.

Anyone with basic computer skills, an eye for detail and a good attention span can serve in this role with the training we provide.

If you are interested in joining or finding out more about our computer operators, Travis would love to hear from you. You can contact him through the “Share your interest with us” form in this section.

Musicians Team

Our musicians make up the band that lead our times of worship from the front. A love for God, a heart for worship and an attitude to serve the church are key foundations for our band members.

We are always on the lookout for dedicated musicians who are ready to join the team and keep growing in their musicianship and heart for worship.

If you are interested in joining or finding out more about our worship bands, Travis would love to hear from you. You can contact him through the “Share your interest with us” form in this section.

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WOMEN’S TEAM

The purpose of PBC Women is to create opportunities for different generations of women to come together to encourage one another as we practise our faith and, really importantly, to create opportunities where we can invite our friends and family who don’t yet know Jesus.

To that end, we seek to host quality retreats and events so that women feel confident to invite those they have been praying for. Whilst being relational and fun, our events also seek to make a difference as we respond practically to social justice issues and other issues affecting women.

There are a few ways that you can be a part of PBC women’s team.

Hospitality, decorating & baking

In creating quality events, our PBC women’s team often need assistance. Being part of the assisting team involves helping with baking, decorating or providing warmth and welcome at a large, gathered event and, if possible, to open your home for our smaller events. The team would call on you as needed.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Digital skills

We are looking for those who are tech savvy to assist us with digital communication, online registrations and other areas as needs arise.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Prayer

We would love to form a team who are genuinely committed to seeing lives impacted by Christ through PBC women. In being part of this team, you will commit to covering our events and our women in prayer.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Core team

The core team drive the vision, design events and take responsibility for seeing plans come to fruition. Whilst seeking to keep the team small enough to be workable, we also continue to look for a diversity of age, nationality, ideas and skills.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

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PARK MINISTRY TEAM

The mission of the Park Ministry is:

  1. To meet a real and practical need in the name of Jesus, by providing a nourishing and enjoyable meal for any who feel the need to access our service
  2. To be a loving presence that communicates value, dignity, worth and respect to those we serve and is reflective of the love that God has shown us
  3. To look for and make the most of opportunities to connect, support and encourage those we serve, with a heart to see God’s blessing and transformation find expression in their lives.

Here you will find several opportunities to serve in this practical ministry. 

Sunday volunteer

On a Sunday we need people to:

  • prepare the food in a commercial kitchen at Pendle Hill (usually starting around 10am);
  • serve the meal in the park (usually around 12.15); and
  • clean up afterwards (usually finishing by about 2.15).

Most of our volunteers do two of these (e.g, park and clean, or prep and clean) about once a month, resulting in a roughly three-hour commitment.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Anthony through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Thursday night volunteer

Our ministry uses some food near the end of its life that would otherwise become food waste. Every Thursday night, some of our volunteers pick up food from a bakery and butcher in Baulkham Hills around 6pm and then deliver it to the Pendle Hill kitchen. Volunteers are rostered on once a month.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Anthony through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Leadership team

Our amazing leaders are essential to the efficiency and mission of this ministry. Here are two key leadership roles in our team:

Team leader

Our wonderful team leaders are in charge of a team of volunteers on a given Sunday to prepare and serve the free meal at Prince Alfred Square. Although still serving just once a month on average, team leaders have a slightly longer day (approximately 9.30-2.30) on the Sunday and may be involved in occasional strategy meetings and ongoing discussions of how best to serve our volunteers and friends in the park in line with our Park Ministry mission statement and objectives.

Second in charge (2IC)

2ICs will have usually been involved in the ministry for at least a few months, and have shown they are hardworking, dependable and suitable to be the major support for a team leader on a given Sunday. They may be keen to become team leaders, or happy to remain as 2ICs.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Anthony through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

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LOVE IN ACTION TEAM

We seek to express care and love for people needing practical care with things such as meals, hampers, transport and crisis care.

Provision of meals or hampers

At times the most practical gift someone can receive is a prepared meal. These can be made in advance and placed in the church freezer, but ideally we try and deliver freshly made meals to those who will be assisted by one. We also deliver hampers to people needing assistance. PBC has a supply of non-perishable foods from which to make up the hamper.

Transport

This mainly involves driving people to appointments who are unable to access other community transport.

Crisis care (short-term assistance tasks)

This is the provision of short-term care for people needing practical assistance with shopping, washing and other household task who are unable to access other community services.

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ALPHA TEAM

If you are passionate about creating safe places for people to explore the Christian faith, then consider joining the Alpha team. Alpha is a 8-12 week course that involves sharing a meal, watching a video and group discussion. Eating together creates a space for people to connect, relax and build friendships. The videos tackle key questions about life and faith from a Christian perspective and discussion allows people to unpack these ideas.

There are a number of ways that you can be involved and you are welcome to do more of these roles.

Catering

The catering role involves planning a 12 week menu of simple and cost effective meals for 10-20 people and delegating recipes to a cooking team. If possible, it would also co-ordinate the team who heat and serve the meals from week to week.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Cooking

This is simply making the recipes as delegated by the caterer on the weeks that you are rostered on. It also involves delivering the meal to the church on the day of Alpha, either warm and ready to serve or with reheating instructions. Expenses will be reimbursed.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Set up

This involves being part of the team who physically set up the Alpha space and dining tables. We aim to create a visually beautiful space believing that it speaks value over people.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Serving & Clean up

This involves arriving an hour before the meal to heat and serve the food and prepare any last minute parts of the meal eg. salads, bread etc. It also involves cleaning up after the meal.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Hosts & discussion leaders

This role is for those who are relationally warm, good listeners and can steer a conversation that will draw out people’s thoughts and ideas without judgement or feeling the need to give all the answers. From the moment Alpha guests arrive, you would be a warm, welcoming presence. You would get to know people and build community over dinner and, following the video, either lead a discussion or assist in leading a discussion in a small group.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Kathy through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

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CREATIVE TEAM

At PBC we value creativity and there are many ways that you can use your creative gifts to bless others. We invite you to join us in seeking God’s direction in creative ministry here at PBC.

There are several ways that you can participate in our creative teams. Here you will find the various roles in which you could serve with us.

Art Installation

For many years PBC has held an Art Installation in the basement showcasing original works from members of our congregation. The aim of the Art Installation is to use the creative gifts that God has given us to direct others to our Lord by speaking into what God is doing or transforming in your life through creativity. You can click here to see the amazing installations of past years.

Each year we have a new theme that all artworks are based on. Everyone from our congregation is welcome to submit something either photography, painting, sculpture, writing, drawing, video etc. This is a great opportunity to use your creative gifts. For more information contact Jo Sterland.

Please let us know what areas you are interested in:

  • Submitting artwork: Sharing something in our next Art Installation (we will email you the theme, information, and guidelines sheet.)
  • Setting up: Being involved in setting up the Art Installation (moving the display boards into place, tidying the basement, carrying all the art works to the basement, helping with moving pot plants, and placing some art works on the walls, etc).
  • Design: You have an eye for colours, design, interior design, layout, or large artwork installation.

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Jo through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Photography

Here at PBC we are always in need of up-to-date photos of the life and ministry of our church. With so many ministries happening, it is important and valuable to have great images for our website, promotions and displays. If you are a keen photographer and up to a challenge, please contact Jo so we can give you a photography assignment. You do not need to be a professional or have expensive photography equipment. Just a passion for photography.

You can contact through the “Share your interest with us” form in the section.

Graphic Design

We run many events here at PBC that require advertising and promotion, e.g.: Women’s events, Kid’s holiday programmes, Sermon Series, Christmas Services, Banners etc. If you have graphic design skills and use either Adobe Creative Cloud (In design, photoshop, illustrator) or Canva software we would love to hear from you. 

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Jo through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section.

Stage design

Stage presence and design plays a big part in Creative Ministry and is a visual reminder to what is spoken from the Pastors and what direction God is calling the church to go. If you like to think big and outside the box, it would be great to talk to you. Let us know what areas you are interested in or good at:

  • Set Building (Use of jigsaw, drills, hammers, circular saw, sourcing materials etc)
  • Set painting (using rollers, drop sheets etc)
  • Creative Ideas and concepts (meeting together for creative thinking for certain projects)
  • Installation (ie climbing ladders, carrying props up from basement, fixing props to walls, An eye for detail and design, etc)
  • Lights (Outdoor and indoor light setup, using ladders)

If you are interested to join or have questions about this team, please contact Jo through the ‘Share your interest with us’ form in this section. It would be great to hear from you.

Share your interest with us

Which team are you interested to join?

How would you like to serve in our art installation?

How would you like to serve in our stage design team?

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Contact us

Do you want to serve at PBC but don’t know where? Reach out to our pastoral team through this form so we can help find where God is leading you to serve.

(02) 9630 3515

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