Moree is large town in Northern NSW, about an hour from the QLD/NSW border. It is famous for its artesian hot springs and its vibrant farming history, especially in cotton production. Moree gained attention in 1965 when the ‘Freedom Bus ride’ came to town, increasing awareness to urban Australians about racial segregation in rural towns: Indigenous people at this time, were refused entry to the public swimming pool as well as the pubs and theatres. These days, Moree is a great place: warm weather, beautiful pools, lovely people, in great need of the gospel.

Paul & Erin Strahan
Field Workers

Paul & Erin have an open home to anybody who needs to drop by or seek support;
they are on call for visitation to the prison or the hospital;
they continue an ongoing ministry to the local kids through Sunday School and food distribution;
they travel to Walgett during school term for outreach and ministry support;
and they have an evening church ministry that is seeing an increase in Aboriginal people attending.

Paul & Erin continue to work on a vision to open a ministry outreach centre for families.
Erin undertakes homeschooling for their kids: Grace, Reuben, Maleah, Seth & Shauneisha.

Please Pray
For stamina and energy. Pray that we will continue to have soft hearts as we serve the local community.


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