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Vision for Outback Outreach - April 2017 audio.mp3

Please click on this box below to listen to Vision Radio’s 20 Twenty program from Friday 28th April regarding Tenterfield Presbyterian’s Vision for reaching Outback Australia via live-streaming.

‘A message of hope -

same sex marriage debate’

Pastor Jim Seymour

17th September 2017


1.  “Do Christians….. or Australians in general hate homosexuals”?

2. Absolutely not!  In fact every true Christian is charged by God to love their neighbours…. and this has become the Australian way!

3. Today I want to make a comprehensive case for the No vote in the plebiscite on same sex marriage.  My presentation is not only Christian based… but commonsense based.


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The_case_for_a_no_vote_17_09_2017_edited.mp3

Is same sex marriage unconstitutional?

Pastor Jim Seymour believes

“Yes, it is!”

$100,000 for Tenterfield Church Revitalisation

Member for Lismore, Thomas George announced that $100,000 will be provided to St Stephen's Presbyterian Church at Tenterfield to revitalise the historic site.  This funding has been made available through the NSW Government's Heritage Near Me Program and includes on the job training for local Year 11 students.

Mr George said the Local Heritage Strategic Project grant would assist the community of Tenterfield in several ways.

"This grant will be used on a visionary project led by John Bradford (see photo insert)  in collaboration with Tenterfield Presbyterian Church, Tenterfield Shire Council, Tenterfield High School and local builder Tom Murphy.

The project involves the repair of the church to allow it to be re-opened and provides onsite educational opportunities for Year 11 Carpentry and Joinery students at Tenterfield High School.  "Tenterfield Council will also offer practical workshops to owners and managers of local heritage items, using the repair of the church as a case study."

The funding is from the Heritage Near Me program's Local Heritage Strategic Project grants, which aim to support local communities to enhance and protect their local heritage assets.

The grants are awarded to owners and managers of local heritage items and community groups.

For more information on the Heritage Near Me Program, including available grants, visit www.environment.nsw.gov.au/heritage-near-me


INSERT - PHOTO OF MR JOHN BRADFORD