About

Our Leadership

About Us

 

We are a bible believing church located in the beautiful town of Glen Innes. We are a member of the Armidale Diocese which spreads over the New England.

We have 3 weekly services along with Kids Club, Elevate Youth Group and many home groups. We are a vibrant growing congregation and would love for you to come by and check us out some time to learn more about Jesus and what He means in your life.

OUR VISION:

 

Glen Innes Holy Trinty Church exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus and helping them home to heaven.

Anglican Church Glen Innes

Our Beliefs

 

We believe that Jesus is who he claimed to be –

• the unique Son of God,

• who died and rose again to life,

• who alone has the right to rule the universe, and

• who alone has the power to rescue and restore a lost world.

We seek to encourage people to explore these claims of Jesus for themselves and to build their lives upon Him as their Ruler and Rescuer.

We believe that the Bible is the word of God. We believe that what the Bible says, God says. We seek to listen to God through relevant and practical Bible teaching and to trust Him in obedience to it.

We believe God’s spirit unites us as God’s family. We seek to develop caring relationships with one another flowing out of our relationship with God as our Father.

We retain and approve the teaching and principles of the Church of England embodied in the Book of Common Prayer, the historic Creeds , and the 39 Articles of Religion.

Anglican Church Glen Innes

Our Ministers

 

Rev. David Robinson is our senior minister. David is married to Jenna and they have 4 children; Tom, Jacob, Naomi and Sam. In his spare time David enjoys watching sport (especially the mighty Penrith Panthers!), running and reading.

David grew up in Western Sydney, living there until a move to the gold fields of WA sparked a passion for God’s Church in rural Australia. It was this passion which led the family to pack up and return to Sydney in 2010 where David completed his studies at Moore Theological College. Following a stint in Moree, David arrived in Glen Innes in 2016 where he loves being able to help people know Jesus.