Outreach to Kowanyama


Now you may wonder just where Kowanyama is – well, wonder no more.

Kowanyama is a town on the Gulf of Carpentaria side of Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland, Australia. At the 2006 census, Kowanyama had a population of 1,017. The Aboriginal people who live in this community include Kokominjena, Kokoberra and Kunjen groups, amongst others. In their overarching Yir-Yoront language, Kowanyama means “The place of many waters.”

Ally Waria (Brisbane) and a few others have been invited to visit Kowanyama and bring their testimonies and a concert over the weekend 1-2nd Oct 2011. One person has already been baptised in Cairns as they travel by 4WD from Cairns to Kowanyama.


Concert in Kowanyama was a great success, with many visitors attending. More news shortly.


Today saw many folk attend a fellowship meeting in Kowanyama where Pastor Brendon brought a talk from the Bible where he spoke about the wonderful works of God.

Today, they have seen 8 people get baptised, bringing the total to 9.

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The Brisbane Assembly has been around since the early 1970s.

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  1. It’s great to hear your outreach news, may it continue. praise the Lord.

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