Archive for September, 2013

Snapshot of Frontier Services’ history preserved

Snapshot of Frontier Services’ history preserved

One of the most iconic photos of Rev John Flynn, who founded the work of Frontier Services, will be safely preserved for future generations after the original negative was donated to the National Library of Australia. The famous photo, taken of John Flynn sitting on a fence and speaking to a bushman, was in the …

Gift Cards and Christmas Gift Cards

Christmas Gift Cards – the Gift of Hope Each year Australians waste millions of dollars at Christmas on unwanted gifts. In2015, your gift of a Frontier Services Christmas gift card will make an enormousdifference to isolated families and communities across remote Australia. Frontier Services Gift Cards are life-changing gifts that go towards FrontierServices work, directly …

Great Outback BBQ heats up

Great Outback BBQ heats up

The Great Outback BBQ is well and truly heating up across the country with events taking place every week in September. On Saturday, the Frontier Services National Team championed the outback spirit at the NSW Launch of the Great Outback BBQ held at Bunnings in Ashfield. It was a sizzling success with the team working …

Welcome to the Midlands, Rev Dennis Cousens

Welcome to the Midlands, Rev Dennis Cousens

Rev Dennis Cousens was given a warm welcome to the Midlands Patrol last week at his induction service in Oatlands. A stirring worship service was held at the historic Oatlands Uniting Church to mark the beginning of Dennis’ ministry in the region. Led by Presbytery Minister Rev Brian Cole, the service included a message shared …

Great Outback BBQ fun in Roebourne

Great Outback BBQ fun in Roebourne

Roebourne Community Wellness Centre opened its doors to the community for its Great Outback BBQ last week. The Wellness Centre combined its Great Outback BBQ fundraiser with an Open Day to invite the wider community to take a look at the centre and to learn more about the respite support provided to carers in the region. In …

Flying Patrol Minister joins outback kids in the city

Centralian Patrol Minister Colin Gordon was on hand to offer advice for first time fliers when he accompanied the Alice Springs School of the Air on their annual trip to Sydney and Canberra. As a flying patrol minister, Colin visits families on isolated properties across the red centre in his plane. This time, he left …