Goondiwindi Outreach

Goondiwindi Outreach

HISTORY: Goondiwindi /ɡʌndəˈwɪndi/ (Queensland, Australia) is a town of approximately 5,629 people. The town has an annual population growth of 1.4 percent. The name Goondiwindi derives from an Aboriginal word meaning “the resting place of the birds” (Wikipedia).

It was the weekend of 6 and 7 February when saints from the Dubbo, Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sunshine Coast assemblies traveled to Goondiwindi for a weekend of outreaching and fellowship.

It was great to show support for Mick and Olivia who have been living in this beautiful town for 18 months. The locals now know that God is truly alive and working in our lives and can be a part of their life too.

Saturday was spent handing out an information leaflet and running games and a sausage sizzle for the locals. We held a great impromptu meeting on Saturday night, swapping testimonies and hearing some great thoughts from some of the brothers.

On Sunday we started fellowship with a bbq breakfast followed by a full gospel meeting. We are all looking forward to the next chance of spending a weekend fellowshipping and spreading the Word of God in western Queensland.

Sunday communion
Sunday communion


The Harris’s from Dubbo


Nick, still with a smile on his face after receiving the Holy Spirit

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  1. Simon Longfield : February 11, 2016 at 8:06 am

    Great to see the young people taking the Gospel to the streets!
    Congratulations Nick!

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