TOMS Anglican Churches is a group of four evangelical, Bible-based churches in western Sydney. We are a dynamic group of Christians from all walks of life who are focused on making Christ known to the thousands of people who live around us in Cranebrook, Castlereagh, Jordan Springs and Ropes Crossing.
We are committed to teaching the Bible, and doing so with an emphasis on outreach and service as together we mature in following the Lord Jesus.
Our church consists of much more than a sermon though, and we'd love to have you join us in person. Please visit the contact pagefor contact details and a map.
Longing for Salvation
Romans 3:10-18 24 February 2019 Toby Campbell
Ephesians 3:20-21 24 February 2019 Al McCallum
Longing for Freedom
18 February 2019 Toby Campbell
Genesis 3:2-7 Genesis 3:8-24
17 February 2019 Adam Taylor
Longing for Meaning
Genesis 1:26-31 Psalm 104:24-31 Adam Taylor
TOMS Mission Statement
Meet our team
Adam is married to Samantha and they have three fabulous daughters. The numbers are against him for family movie night and potential camping holidays, but Brooklyn Nine Nine is a fun meeting place. Before training for full-time ministry Adam enjoyed four years as a high school maths teacher. Nowadays the maths is increasingly valuable on the golf course!
Adam likes time together with his family and chilling with friends, cheering on the Giants, pulling his hair out over the Wests Tigers, watching Netflix at the end of the day with Sam and has trouble resisting anything sweet. Above all Adam loves learning from and teaching others about the Master Teacher – Jesus Christ, who he has known as his Lord and Saviour since he was 15.
Adam has been the Senior Minister at TOMS since 2010, having previously served as an Assistant Minister at West Pennant Hills and Liverpool.
Toby loves talking with people about Jesus, especially about why Jesus’ death and resurrection are so important. He is married to Carolyn and they have three daughters and a son.
Toby likes AFL, camping, making music, reading and solving puzzles. Serving at TOMS since 2014, he has previously been involved in ministry at Redfern and Engadine.
Josh joined TOMS at the start of 2013 after living in North West Australia (near ‘Red Dog’!) for four years with his family. He finished school in 2011 and his studies at Youthworks College in 2015.
After becoming a Christian as a child through hearing the gospel from his parents and many faithful Sunday School and Youth Group leaders, he is now super passionate about sharing that gospel with young people everywhere and seeing them enjoy the same privilege he had of knowing Jesus from such a young age. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to music, playing any kind of sport, and watching movies – preferably kids’ ones!
Larissa grew up in and was trained at St George North where she had a positive experience of kids ministry, and great people pointing her to Jesus. Having loved Jesus since birth, she has always wanted to teach kids about Him. Her favourite part is making God exciting and relevant to children! In 2016, Larissa married Josh, moved to TOMS, and completed her theological studies. She enjoys family, friends, surfing, crochet, running, tap dancing and playing drums.
Jim began ordained ministry in Manly at the end of 1967 and married Ann the following year. After serving in various parishes he spent 33 years of ministry as Senior Minister at St Paul’s Emu Plains, from where he retired at the end of 2006. He and Ann moved house and joined the TOMS family.
Jim is active in Bible teaching and has taken on responsibility for the Safe Ministry and Child Protection provisions for the parish. Ann is involved with women’s ministry and has a mentoring role with ministry wives which is wider than the parish.
Chris and his wife, Stef, grew up in Sydney and have served on the ministry teams at TOMS Anglican Church and Jannali Anglican Church.
They seek to grow God’s kingdom through training Christians using the MOCLAM courses. Chris teaches MOCLAM courses to university students and Stef is involved with women at their church.
Chris and Stef Overhall (with their children Eliot, Theo and Nate) moved to Santiago, Chile in early 2018.
To email the Overhall family or to receive their prayer points, use this link to visit their page on the CMS site.
Stephen and his wife Paula (with their children Anna, Timothy and Daniel) are currently serving as missionaries in Ukarumpa in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea since 2015.
Stephen works as a helicopter maintenance engineer and also helps maintain the Ukarumpa centre power system. Paula has a part-time teaching role at the Ukarumpa International School, Primary Campus
To email the Parker family or to receive their prayer points, follow this link to Wycliffe Australia.
Mike and Katie teach the Bible and train Tanzanian church leaders in character, ministry skills and knowledge of Christ, so that the leaders can equip God’s people for works of service and sharing the gospel.
They began their missionary work in Tanzania in 2010 in partnership with the Christian Missionary Society (CMS) and are currently located in Arusha, Tanzania, Africa.
To email the Taylor family or to receive their prayer points, follow this link to visit their page on the CMS site.
Cameron and his wife Kimberley are Penrith locals. He proclaims Jesus Christ to students at Western Sydney University (Kingswood). Cameron serves in partnership with the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES) and local churches like TOMS.
James & Brittany Daymond
James and Brittany Daymond moved to Narromine in February 2017 to engage in an evangelistic ministry. James will partner with Phil Howes, the Rector of the Narromine and Trangie Anglican Church, to share the gospel and connect new believers to the local church. They hope in time to extend this ministry throughout central western New South Wales.
Previously, James was the Evangelism Minister at St Clement’s Anglican Church, Mosman in Sydney and Brittany was the Contemporary Music Coordinator and Children’s Ministry Assistant there.
To email the Daymonds or to receive their prayer points, visit the Bush Church Aid website here.