Cherbourg is a declared Aboriginal settlement by the Australian Government. It is about 3 hours drive from Brisbane, and located in the South Burnett region of Queensland. Its population is about 2000 people and the settlement boasts its own shire council; a state hospital; a state school; a ration shed (museum); police office; women shelter; aged care home; child care; children’s hostel; radio station; PCYC hall; welfare hall; and still new homes are being built. The AIM church at the entrance to the community has been there for more than 100 years.

Cherbourg Church

The church in Cherbourg has recently had the Moses family move on from working alongside the Christians there for about 8 years. The life of the church continues on with regular meetings and ministry.

Please Pray
Please pray that God will be glorified and lives changed through the ministry and work of the Cherbourg Church.