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Belonging to a Home Group ’is one of the best things you can do for your spiritual wellbeing.

Our Home Groups meet weekly during school term, usually in someone’s home. The final meeting for each term is a social event, where all the Home Groups in a local area get together for some fun.

Our Home Groups are…

  • Relational – we listen to each other’s stories & get to know one another as friends
  • Intergenerational - for all ages
  • Missional – we invite others into the life God has for us
  • Nurturing – we grow and learn together
  • Caring - we love & serve others
  • Prayerful – we pray together & encourage a life of prayer

We encourage everyone to connect to a Home Group in their local area. If there isn’t one, talk to pastor about starting one. 

Our pastor meets regularly with Home Group ’leaders to encourage and support them.  


We currently have four faith communities, scattered throughout South Western Qld. You are very welcome to join us.

Downfall Creek

St John’s

St John’s Downfall Creek, has been a centre of Christian faith and life in the area for over 100 years. They operated a Christian school for twenty-two years (1940 – 62).

This faith community is a warm-hearted bunch, who love to share their hospitality with the district. They enjoy many a pot luck dinner and host ‘Easter Dawn Service & Breakfast’, ‘Christmas Eve’ & ‘Advent Tea’’ and ‘Games Nights’ for the community.

Home Groups are an important part of life in the Downfall. Discussion and exploration of the faith are encouraged.

Religious Education at the nearby Guluguba Primary School is provided by St John’s.

Downfall Creek



Redeemer Miles, is a dedicated group who know the love of Christ and are keen to share it. They meet regularly in various homes throughout the district for intergenerational worship and home groups.  

Religious Education at nearby Drillham State Primary School is provided by Redeemer.



The Charleville faith community meet for worship once a month, then go out for a fellowship meal together. A Home Group is planned to begin soon.

They host the annual ‘Western Muster’, an ecumenical Bible teaching gathering, held on the first weekend after Easter.


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