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The NSW Council of Churches comprises representatives of seven evangelical Christian denominations – the Anglican, Baptist, Reformed, Churches of Christ, Congregational, Presbyterian and Salvation Army churches.

For more than 80 years we have proclaimed the good news of Jesus Christ and advanced a Christian perspective on public issues. The Council’s main objectives are to:

(a) promote unity and united action among evangelical churches in NSW;

(b) encourage fellowship and discussion between member churches;

(c) support strategies for evangelical outreach, mission and ministry;

(d) apply biblical and theological principles to contemporary issues;

(e) engage local, state and federal governments on public policy issues.

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