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Tas Baptist NEWS February 2023 showing Citywide Baptist and their three congregations, gathering on Aboriginal Su day

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    Raising Funds for Ukraine


    Anyone can assist Christians in Kyiv to bring hope and needed assistance by contributing to this fundraiser.

    At 6pm on Wednesday 22nd February, Kelvin Smith (Hobart) performed at a Piano Recital and Fundraiser for Ukrainian Refugees at the Hobart Town Hall, 50 Macquarie St, Hobart.

    Kelvin has grown a following for his Piano of Tasmania videos on Facebook in recent years.

    Kelvin performed, along with Timothy Prajogo, playing the concert Steinway piano at Hobart Town Hall. As well, Ukrainian Pastor Anton Kaluzhny, spoke live from Kyiv about his work helping thousands in the war in Ukraine.

    You can donate to this amazing initiative here: GoFundMe.

    L -R: Kelvin, Anton spoke via video link, Timothy

    Walk this Way – Newstead


    Sunday February 5th was our inaugural ‘Walk This Way’, event taking a leisurely walk around Heritage Park. The guided family-friendly short walks are hosted by Pastor Dan Hutchison of Newstead Baptist, in partnership with Scripture Union bushwalking club, Boots ‘N All.

    It was lovely to see all generations represented, the kids specially enjoying the playground, as these walks are aimed to help connect, grow and inspire one another.

    Newstead have eight Walk this Way events planned this year around Launceston with the next at Trevallyn Dam, Sunday March 5th 2pm-4pm. If you are interested in going on this walk, please phone Dan Hutchison on 0457 765 907 for more details.

    Office Secretary at Newstead


    Newstead Baptist is currently looking for an Office Secretary to work in the Church office for up to 10 hours per week. The position is to give support to the Pastor, Church Secretary and Church Treasurer in regard to clerical and administrative support.

    They are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe tools; can maintain digital and physical church records; produce the weekly church publication; manage permanent and casual church property hires; and maintain publish and update website and social media posts. The person hired will be in agreement with the values, vision and mission of the Newstead Baptist Church.

    Position Description: Please contact Church office 03 6331 6891; email, or church secretary; or phone 0419 536 159.

    To apply: Contact the Pastor via email or Newstead Baptist Church, 14 Wentworth Street, Newstead Tas 7250

    Newstead Baptist Church

    Türkiye and Syria Crisis


    Our hearts are heavy as we witness the devastation in Türkiye and Syria. On 6th February, two powerful earthquakes (measuring 7.8 and 7.5 respectively), and subsequent aftershocks destroyed large parts of southern Türkiye and northern Syria.  

    Baptist World Aid are responding to this disaster, alongside their Christian Partners in Türkiye and Syria. The situation is unfolding rapidly and the BWA team are in regular contact with our Partners—including Baptist organisations—assessing the damage and how to best respond.

    They have produced resources that will help interested churches support this appeal that are available to download here.  

    What we know so far

    • Both earthquakes created over 100 large aftershocks that collapsed over 5,000 buildings and destroyed entire sections of cities while people slept.  
    • The death toll has reached over 41,000 but is rising rapidly. 
    • A harsh winter has brought extreme cold, and snowstorms increasing the difficulty faced by rescue teams.  
    • Many impacted are among families who fled civil war in Syria, including millions of displaced people living in overcrowded conditions, and makeshift—already dependent on humanitarian assistance.  
    • Ongoing conflict in the region is making it difficult for organisations to access accurate information or provide immediate aid to those who are in need.  
    • Medical facilities are overwhelmed, with reports of hospitals forced to triage people according to who will and won’t survive.  



    Celebrating Capacity Workshop

    The Bridges Out of Poverty trainer, Nairn Walker presents Celebrating Capacity. A powerful training experience for those working with vulnerable people.

    The two-day workshop will help you see economic inequity differently. It will assist you to understand and identify the capacity people have developed to negotiate life’s challenges. You will explore ways to harness this capacity to co-create with them a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.

    • When: 8.30am – 4.30pm, Mon 27th to Tues 28th March, 2023
    • Where: C3 Church Hobart – 64 Anglesea Street Hobart, TAS 7004
    • Cost: $345 (includes morning tea and lunch on both days)
    • More Info: Download Flyer >
    • Bookings: Limited places so get in quick! Register here >
    Celebrating Capacity

    Fostering Hope
    Northern Mentoring Officer

    Tasmanian Baptists and Fostering Hope work together to encourage churches to support and care for foster children and their families.

    Fostering Hope has a one-day/week position available in Launceston.

    The primary tasks include: Recruitment of new mentors in Northern Tasmania; Overseeing the screening process for all northern mentors; Facilitating logistics of training days, training will be delivered by the Mentoring Coordinator and the Executive Officer.

    Applications close on 24th February 2023.

    Find out more >

    Northern Mentoring Office, Fostering Hope Tasmania

    Aboriginal Sunday 2023

    In 1938 Aboriginal leader, William Cooper, asked Australian Christian churches to set aside the Sunday before January 26th every year as Aboriginal Sunday. 

    While many would see the controversy around Australia Day as a comparatively new thing, William Cooper and a number of other Aboriginals first met for a day of mourning on January 26th 1938, and it was this event that prompted his call to the churches. 

    This year, on Sunday 22nd January, the three Citywide congregations gathered at the Domain Amphitheatre for an Aboriginal Sunday service led by proud Lia Pootah man, Paul Dare.

    Paul says, “If churches want to take the teaching of Jesus seriously, then they can’t ignore the pain and injustice that Aboriginal people continue to experience, which gets focused at this time of year.

    “Here in Tasmania, in particular, we need to face our past in order that our future can be different.”

    Paul Dare speaking; Citywide gathered at the Domain amphitheater.

    Spiritual Care Coordinator

    Baptcare Hiring!

    (NB: Applications closed Sunday 5th February, 2023)

    Baptcare are looking for a Spiritual Care Coordinator (AKA Chaplain) for Family, Disability and Health.

    The position is part-time (0.8 FTE), and is based in Hobart.

    DOWNLOAD position description >

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    Marrawah Thanksgiving Service

    Sunday 5th February 2023

    For several years now, the small fellowship who gather at Marrawah Baptist Church have been operating on Sundays on an irregular basis. More recently, most of the congregation have shifted to Smithton, and are now attending the Baptist church there. Now, the membership has decided it is time to permanently close their doors.

    A Thanksgiving Service will be held at Marrawah Baptist to say farewell, and celebrate 65 years of Christian work and mission that has taken place through this fellowship. 

    10 – 10:45am Pre-service cuppa
    11am Service begins
    A light lunch will follow in the Marrawah Memorial Hall

    All welcome to share food, stories and memories

    MAP: Marrawah Baptist Church, 826 Comeback Rd, Marrawah TAS 7330

    Rodney Marshall and Michael Henderson (behind camera) recently met with the Marrawah leadership team to plan the best way forward.
    Rodney Marshall and Michael Henderson (behind camera) recently met with the Marrawah leadership team to plan the best way forward.

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    ABOVE: Assembly October 2022, L to R – Paul Manning (BWA); Sherry and Geoff Maddock (BMA); Stephen Baxter and Ben Cochrane; Worship time; Those Gathered!

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      Faith and the Arts Summer School

      Returning to the Hive of Inspired Creativity

      POATINA: Sunday 8th to Friday 13th January 2023

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      FATA 2023 promo

      This year’s theme: Hive.

      After two years online, the annual faith and the arts school in Poatina will be held in-person!

      Whether discovering FATA for the first time or returning – you can explore how to infuse faith with art, and art with faith.

      The FATA team are praying for God’s grace on the time of encouraging, up-skilling and living in community.

      Get ready to continue your creative journey …

      The Gatherings Team are planning a spiritual and creative journey that will have attendees chewing on how, why and what we communicate, with our diverse creative languages.

      Keynote Speaker: Lucinda Coleman

      TOM and PAT

      A new book by Ivan Jordan (Yolla Baptist)

      Forward by Rev. Tim Costello AO

      Front Cover

      Tom Fleming is one of my heroes; a man who suffered under the Japanese in WW2 but turned his suffering into service of the Warlpiri people at Yuendumu. I am proud to be a Baptist Minister because of the character and witness of this spiritual giant. Ivan Jordan has given us a jewel in providing understanding of one of the most significant chapters of Christian mission in this nation’s history

      Tim Costello


      Back Cover

      RRP is $35 less 40% for trade, plus freight.
       If Church groups order five or more copies, they will qualify for the 40% trade discount. Order here >


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      News from Crossover

      Helping Australian Baptists Share Jesus

      News from Crossover - Streams of Living Water Spring Appeal 2022

      Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them

      John 7:38 (NIV)

      The recent Crossover Spring Appeal, Streams of Living Water, is a huge success! A big thank you to those who signed up to give to Crossover on an ongoing basis.

      Ask questions about supporting:

      Director of Crossover Andrew Turner (who conducted Tas Baptists’ recent leadership review) explains what the appeal is all about in this video.
      OR you could read Andrew’s letter to churches.

      The generosity of supporters gives Crossover the ability to:

      • Create new resources (like the new Christmas resource, Missing Peace?)
      • Run events (such as hosting the recent online Australian Baptist Prayer Gathering)
      • Provide encouragement to Aussie Baptists (it’s time to read the new article about young adults exploring church!)
      • And offer invaluable training (more and more churches are using the Plan A resource).

      Every dollar given is a blessing. Each donation comes closer to Crossover’s goal:

      To see our Baptist movement baptising twice as many new believers each year by the end of the decade.

      Streaming GOOD. Television

      Find out about GOOD. TV

      Australian Christian Channel have a free streaming service to provide positive entertainment options.

      In an ever-changing world it’s great to know some things do not need to change. There is so much good to look forward to, which is why the people at GOOD. are committed to providing positive entertainment options so people can always watch something they can trust and rely on.

      This is more than just a wide variety of programs. It includes a standard of viewing bringing more goodness into your life, with content to provide you with peace of mind. And will make you feel good at the same time.

      GOOD. provide quality movies, TV series, documentaries and much more. You have the choice you want, without the stress of the not-so-good stuff that you do not want for your family.

      As well, GOOD. is FREE, without any hidden costs or monthly bills.

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      World Women’s Day of Prayer

      Day of Prayer event at Claremont Baptist Church
      Women gathered to pray at Day of Prayer events around Tasmania

      On Saturday 22nd October, women gathered at Claremont and Ulverstone Baptist churches to pray for women around the world. They also gave funds to assist with Baptist projects in our Pacific region.

      In each location, small groups prayed for international regions about specific prayer requests. These included prayers such as:

      • Nations recovering from COVID (Carribean and Asia)
      • Domestic abuse (Pacific and Caribbean)
      • Unexpected pregnancy support programs (Latin America and Canada)
      • Shelter for victims of human trafficking (Asia/Azerbaijan)
      • Reconciliation for indigenous people (Australia and NZ)
      • Peaceful elections (Africa)

      Baptist women are doing astounding work across the globe!

      Tasmanian funds raised 2021: $560
      Tasmanian funds raised 2022: $869

      Day of Prayer events in Tasmania were re-started in 2021 after an underwhelming Australian response to raising funds in 2020 of only $365.

      It’s not too late to participate!
      You can pray or donate any time until the week of 13th November 2022.

      Australia’s Aid Increases

      From Micah Australia

      In the recent budget, the Government announced $1.4 billion of additional aid to our region over the next four years!

      Micah Australia welcomes these increases while continuing to call strongly for further urgent aid to help fight famine in the Horn of Africa, Afghanistan, Yemen and Syria.

      WATCH: Micah Australia’s Tim Costello (Exec. Director) and Matt Darvas (National Director) respond to the Budget from Canberra

      READ how Baptist Word Aid are helping in the fight against famine in the Horn of Africa >

      Fostering Hope

      Fostering Hope’s vision is to find a family for every child who needs one.

      Fostering Hope recruiting now!

      Tasmanian Baptists work with Fostering Hope to encourage churches and families to both provide, and support, foster carers.

      Along with recruiting new carers, Fostering Hope supports people on the journey with connection, training, pastoral care, and mentors for children. As well, they offer trauma-awareness training for churches so they can be safe places for all children and adults. 

      Currently, Fostering Hope are looking for more fostering families to offer homes for children who need them.

      There is also a need for respite carers to offer extended family and community around full-time foster and kinship families and we just don’t have the families to ask.

      Children without the protection of their parents are the most vulnerable in any community. These children need families and communities to offer them hope, healing, and a childhood free of adult stresses and full of fun. 

      If you would like to know more about Fostering Hope’s work, or have someone from the team talk at your church or run a trauma-awareness training, please get in touch. 

      Mary Dickins

      Mary Dickins
      Fostering Hope

      Christian Book of the Year Award

      The Forest Underground: Hope for a Planet in Crisis

      SparkLit winner, Christian book of the year award, 2022

      The winner of the Christian Book of the Year Award 2022 is The Forest Underground: Hope for a Planet in Crisis, by Tony Rinaudo.

      The book tells the story of a revolution in reforestation that is transforming the lives of subsistence farmers around the world. An inspiring and irresistible story of one man’s obedience and God’s faithfulness.

      The awards are presented every year by, who aim to advance God’s Kingdom by empowering Christian writers, publishers and distributors.


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      October/November 2022

      CHRISTMAS IDEAS For Baptists from Crossover
      AROUND THE CHURCHES October/November 2022
      ANNUAL ASSEMBLY Report by Anthea Maynard
      FAMINE In the Horn of Africa Melissa Lipsett, CEO Baptist World Aid
      PRISON MINISTRY By Cameron Brett of Prison Fellowship Tasmania
      DEEP THOUGHT The Sound of Silence By Denise Stephenson
      FROM THE MISSION DIRECTOR: Does God Really Care? By Stephen Baxter
      SCHOOLS MINISTRY: Mustard Lives Transformed by Jesus
      CHURCH PROFILE: Newstead Baptist

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      Stand Sunday 2022

      Stand Sunday 2022. Fostering Hope

      During September

      Stand Sunday 2022

      Fostering Hope is Tasmanian Baptists’ official foster care agency

      Stand Sunday is a way for us to all rediscover the importance that Jesus puts on caring for vulnerable children in our community.

      Individual Christians have fostered, offered kinship, and informal care for decades, but overall the church in Australia is not responding to this local need. Fostering Hope believes if the church in Australia takes seriously the call to open our homes and churches to vulnerable children, there would be more than enough homes for all the children who need one.

      Stand Sunday 2022

      Stand with Carers

      The early Church was known for its sacrificial care for widows and orphans. Can you imagine the ripple effect in our community if Christians took this seriously today and we became known as the place that offered families and communities of respect, healing, and kindness to everyone in the system?

      We all hear the negative media about child protection systems, workers, and children growing up in care, As Christians, we can step into this space to offer light and hope and point to our Heavenly Father.

      Stand Sunday is an opportunity to stand with the carers in your church or community, and to celebrate them! It is also a time to talk about the needs in Australia and ask people to consider responding.

      When is Stand Sunday?

      Stand Sunday 2022
      Fostering Hope recognises not everyone is able to be a foster carer. But we can all do something.

      Stand Sunday is an international movement. In Australia, we celebrate it on the second Sunday in September (the 11th in 2022) as it is National Child Protection Week and National Foster Carer’s Week in the first two weeks of September. So it is a great time for churches to STAND with children and their carers. However, your church is welcome to participate any Sunday in September.

      Fostering Hope recognises not everyone is able to be a foster carer. But we can all do something. You could be a mentor – Fostering Hope runs a mentoring program for children growing up in care, and connects volunteer babysitters and tutors. As well, we facilitate meals for fostering families, and run trauma-awareness training so churches can have greater understanding of children with extra needs. You may also know some carers in your local community who you could reach out to.

      What to do Next

      VISIT our YouTube channel for this year’s Stand Sunday video
      If the 2022 video isn’t there yet, it will be soon!

      CHECK OUT our website for more information:

      Mary Dickins

      EMAIL your questions to Mary Dickins of Fostering Hope:

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      August/September 2022

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      Around the Churches News and events statewide
      Ministry Profile Ben Cochrane, Somerset
      Deep Thought 21st Century Mission by Laurie Rowston
      From Andrew Turner of Crossover Census Overview
      Church Profile Claremont Baptist
      From the MLT Achieving Lasting Social Change
      Love Beyond our Backyard Three generations of generosity in Wynyard

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      Supporting Foster Carers

      Caring for Foster Carers

      Your church can care too

      Churches are a huge support network for foster parents, suggests Mary Dickins of Fostering Hope.

      Over the last couple of years, Tasmanian Baptists have partnered with Fostering Hope to encourage churches to care for foster children. It is no secret Fostering Hope believes the local church is ideally placed to wrap around foster, kinship, and other informal carer families in support.

      Foster carers open their homes to children who have been removed from their families of birth, and enter a new world. It is a world of childhood trauma, broken attachments, liaising with the Department, and working with birth families. All while trying to do the most important thing, offering security, belonging, and love to the children in their home!

      Caring for foster carers

      What Christian foster carers need are both other people on the journey who ‘get it’, and their church family.

      The other people who get it are other foster and kinship carers. This is the role of Fostering Hope’s community of Christian foster, kinship, and grandparent carers.

      Church community is also needed to support the carers, the new children in the home, and biological children in foster care families.

      Caring for foster carers

      Stories from carers

      Churches make a HUGE difference for carers. Below are some quotes from our foster carers. Sometimes, church support can be the factor which enables a family to step into fostering in the first place:

      “There are many ways our church has shown they are with us and for us as we foster. We received so much encouragement and prayer as we started the process. One church member looked after our birth children every week so we could attend the training.

      It really makes a big difference to know people are standing with us.

      We asked our small group to be our ‘official’ support network. They have provided meals, babysitting, sourcing a cot – as well as emotional support for us. It really makes a big difference to know people are standing with us, who understand what we are doing and why!” 

      Having people respond when things are exceptionally challenging, can make impossible things possible:

      Foster Carers - just me

Caring for Foster Carers

      “Our two little girls entered our home at 18 months and three years old. Although we’ll never know the full extent of all they experienced in early life, one thing we knew for sure was that food caused them extreme anxiety. It’s likely they hadn’t always been given food regularly, so when mealtimes approached or at shared meal events, like church morning teas, they saw food and ate.

      We had older biological children in our home, so managing the four children after church was extremely challenging. Our church stepped in to help. Each of our foster daughters had someone with them during morning tea. The aim was not to discipline them, but help get a plate of food and sit down. This reduced anxiety for me after church so much. It meant I could enjoy a cuppa and fellowship, and my biological children could hang out with their friends.

      This was simple and practical, but showed acceptance of our children

      This was simple and practical, but showed acceptance of our children, not judgement, and a willingness to see what we needed. I don’t know if I’d be going to church if this hadn’t happened.

      It is amazing to find a church who are willing to learn about trauma. To learn why children come into care, and goes the extra step to ensure structures and processes work for carers’ children too. Fostering Hope has trauma-awareness training to meet this need for churches.

      Foster Care - Just Me
Caring for Foster Carers

      “Sadly, we had to leave our last church. It broke our heart to do it, but we had to put our foster child first. The church they just didn’t understand our concerns when they started using Facebook to broadcast services live.

      We explained the risks of him being on social media. But their solution was that we should just keep him to the side – meaning he would never be able to engage in services with the other children. 

      They learnt about trauma, understood the complexities of being a carer

      “Our new church now is completely different. They learnt about trauma, understood the complexities of being a carer. Through this learning, they can offer a more child safe program not just for our son, but all children.

      Caring for Foster Carers

      Sal Alas Photography; Mary Dickins

      To find out about Fostering Hope‘s trauma-awareness training for your church, please contact Mary Dickins:

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      You Could be a Respite Foster Carer!

      Fostering Hope

      Respite Carers Needed

      Fostering Hope Seeks Assistance from Tasmanian Baptists

      Tasmanian Baptists have a strong relationship with Fostering Hope, who are intentional about supporting foster carers. Together, we look toward a better future for Tasmania by recruiting suitably trained foster carers, placed in supportive church communities.

      Fostering Hope partners with radio stations ultra106five and Way FM with a state-wide awareness and recruitment campaign for respite foster carers.

      Respite carers are the fun people in a kids life

      There is a huge shortage of respite carers in Tasmania and Fostering Hope believes this is a need the Christian community can rise up to meet. Respite care gives full time carers a break AND offers extended family and community for foster children.

      The best respite care situations are where the respite carers are on the team around the child, and the children don’t even realise they are going to respite, but look forward to hanging out with their friends, ‘foster grandparents’, ‘cousins’ etc.

      Respite carers can be any age or stage of life, and get to be the fun people in the kid’s life! 

      Full Training Offered

      To ensure safety for foster children, respite carers receive the same formal training as full-time carers. Fostering Hope is there to support people through the training and next steps.

      Each term a ‘Preparation for Fostering’ course is offered. As well, new carers are buddied-up with existing carers. Of course, all carers join Fostering Hope’s awesome group of existing carers. Carers agree that one of the best parts about the carer journey is getting to hang out with other carers!

      Training will be provided by BaptCare on Saturdays 7th and 14th May at Wellspring Anglican, Sandy Bay. Attendance by Zoom is also available.

      How Tasmanian Baptists can help

      Fostering Hope ask that Baptist churches download one or more of the images below. Please use them in your bulletin, on your website, or in your social media posts.

      As well, one of the Fostering Hope team members can visit on a Sunday, mid-week event, or anything else!

      How to pray …

      The Prayer: By 2023, all foster children will have respite care, and there are plenty of carers in Tasmania. 

      Mary Dickins, Fostering Hope

      Mary Dickins and the Fostering Hope team

      If you have any questions please contact Mary. She is happy to help you!

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