In light of the Prime Minister’s announcement this morning, banning enclosed gatherings in excess of 100 people, and in conjunction with advice from NSW Health and the World Health Organisation, we have made the decision to postpone all upcoming There is Hope events.

The safety and well-being of all attending is our priority. The There is Hope team is committed to doing our part to stop the spread and therefore have made the informed decision that this is the best course of action.

We are thankful for the leadership of our local and national government, and particularly the advice and guidance we have received from our Archbishop Glenn Davies. 

We appreciate that this will be disappointing for those who were looking forward to attending one of our many events, but rest assured that our team is planning hard to bring There is Hope to 2021 and will confirm dates as we are able to. 

Would you join us in praying for those in government making daily and hourly decisions, for the health workers at the front line, and that the spread of this disease may slow. We encourage you to look to God in this time and reflect on his words of comfort in Psalm 46, “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble”.

Who are we?

The combined Anglican Churches of the Northwest.

Cherrybrook Anglican Church  |  Dural District Anglican Churches  |  Emmanuel Church Glenhaven  |  Holy Trinity Baulkham Hills  |  Kellyville Anglican Church  |  Life Anglican Church  |  Norwest Anglican Church  |  Rouse Hill Anglican Church   |  Stanhope Anglican Church  |  St James Chapel, Anglicare Village, Castle Hill  |  St Matthew’s Anglican Church West Pennant Hills  |  St Paul’s Castle Hill

“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade.”

1 Peter 1:3-4