TOMS Anglican Churches runs many events and programs throughout the year at our different sites. Some of them include:

Christianity Explained

Christianity Explained is a seven-week course that runs on Monday nights. You’ll be able to find out more about what Christians believe – and be able to ask the questions you always wanted to ask!

Click here to for more about the Christianity Explained course.

Good News Week

Good News Week is an annual community event for the people of Cranebrook, Castlereagh and Jordan Springs which runs in the Easter school holidays. It includes a Family Fun Day held in a local park and mid-week activities for infants, primary school children, youth, and adults, as well as Easter services on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Click here for more about Good News Week.

The Marriage Course

The Marriage Course logoThe Marriage Course is a very practical, seven-week course for couples. It aims to give any married couple (or any couple in a long-term relationship, such as a de-facto relationship) the tools to build a strong and healthy marriage that lasts a lifetime. Over seven evenings spent together, couples talk about important issues that can get swept under the carpet in the rush of daily life.

Privacy as a couple is always respected. There is no group discussion and no requirement to disclose anything about your relationship to anyone else.

The course, while based on Christian principles, is very helpful for any couple with or without a Christian faith or church background.

Click here for more about The Marriage Course.

Carols in the Park

Carols in the Park is another opportunity for TOMS to give something back to the communities of Cranebrook, Castlereagh and Jordan Springs. Every year, thousands of people attend and enjoy the BBQ dinner, short talk, Christmas carols and fireworks display. It’s a great opportunity for the community to get together!

Join us at Carols in the Park. You’ll find everything happening in the park on the corner of Borrowdale Way and Callisto Drive, Cranebrook.

Click here for more about Carols in the Park.