Explore services offered by the

Seventh-day Adventist Church in South New South Wales

for local churches and the broader community


Brokenness is a fact of life, we can’t escape it. Whether through circumstance or neglect people, and often whole communities, find themselves in physical or emotional trauma. This is where Christians have the opportunity to help relieve their pain.


Children, Family and Youth

We recognise that families are the building blocks of community, church and society. God created families to nurture warm, meaningful and loving relationships. In families, children develop beliefs, values and attitudes. The greatest investment parents make is not in their mortgage but in their children. 

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The Singles ministry provides a safe environment for singles to meet and enjoy fellowship and spiritual renewal. Meetings take place at various locations and provide the opportunity to form friendships while enjoying presentations from guest speakers and participating in a variety of activities.  


Adventist Alpine Village is a peaceful, safe haven, set in natural bushland.
Summer & snow holiday accommodation in Jindabyne, near Thredbo, Perisher & Lake Jindabyne. Ideal for groups, conference events and families.


It is our aim to provide students with a well rounded education- spiritually, academically, physically and socially. Education is founded on a secure and nurturing school environment based on care, community and safety


Trust Services

Trust Services operates within Australia and New Zealand in order to enable the members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to have a Will prepared for them. The service has operated for over thirty years and is under the supervision of practicing lawyers.

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According to census records NSW has the largest population of Indigenous people in Australia. Several Seventh-day Adventist churches around the South NSW Conference have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members. Some of our western towns have significant Indigenous population numbers. 



Good health is probably the most precious commodity for every person on the planet. The South New South Wales Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church promotes that each person should live life to their maximum, God-given, potential. This includes physical, emotional, social and spiritual health.



Women’s Ministries aims to help women realise their potential and use their spiritual gifts. The spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of women are nurtured and women are empowered and given tools for reaching out to others in the community