Broome

Bringing the good news to Broome

We opened our doors on April 13, 1903 to the frontier pearling town of Broome. With hard conditions on the luggers, stifling wet seasons, the ‘big blows’ claiming many lives, and even bombing raids during World War 2, life in here can be tough. The congregation has always been keen to let the town people know ‘Jesus loves Broome’. So, for over a century, Broome Anglican Church has played its part in bringing the good news of salvation in Jesus to the western Kimberley.

Our family congregation is a diverse group. As a church, we are committed to the Bible and so our times of meeting together have teaching the Bible at the centre.

Services

SUNDAYS
We have two congregations meeting each week and have a Sunday School for children.

9:00am: As well as a regular service, we have the Lord’s Supper (or Holy Communion) on the first Sunday of each month. After the service, we meet in the church grounds for fellowship and morning tea.

6:00pm: Our People’s Church congregation is especially designed for Aboriginal folk, but everyone is welcome to join with us. Most of our members live in Broome, but come from communities in the Kimberley. After the service, there is supper providing a time to continue in fellowship together.

MINISTERS

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Rev Michael Baines: Minister-in-charge

Michael is married to Karen with three daughters: Miriam, Abigail and Bethany. Michael served as an Assistant Minister in Sydney for five years before coming to Broome in 2016 and usually preaches at our 9:00am morning service. His family is enjoying life in the Kimberley.


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Rev Steve Combe: Assistant Minister

Steve is married to Tamara and they have three children: Hannah, Sarah and nathanael. Steve was a tradie and then an officer in the Royal Australian Navy before he entered Sydney Missionary and Bible College. He’s been serving in this diocese since 2015.


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Chris Webb: CMS worker

Chris is married to Karen and they have three children: Ezra, Daniel and Emily.  Chris works with the Broome People’s Church to to encourage Aboriginal Christians and equip them for leadership. He is supported by the Church Missionary Society.


CONTACT US

Post: PO Box 158, Broome, WA 6725

Call: 9193 5164

Send: office@broomeanglican.org.au

 
 
 

Visit: We’re located at the corner of Hamerlsey and Haas Streets in Broome, and are privileged to meet in a Heritage listed building. Parking is available around the church grounds.