Introducing the Candidates for Church Council

Published on May 11, 2022

Our next Annual General Meeting for NewHope Baptist Church will be held on Monday, June 6th 2022 at 7:30pm to 9:30pm.

Four positions are up for nominations, being the Chair, the Church Secretary and two other members.

Endorsements for Executive Roles (Two Positions):

  • Chris Meyers (Chair of Church Council)
  • Amanda Carruthers (Church Secretary)

Candidates for Ordinary Member Roles (Two Positions):

  • Darryn Hockley (re-nominated)
  • Murray Baird (re-nominated)
  • Paula Raabe (newly nominated)
  • Thomas Coppock (newly nominated)

You can read more about the nominees by visiting our Leadership page HERE (please click on the images to enlarge each profile).

Join us for our next Annual General Members Meeting where we will gather as a church family to appoint our Church Council members and also have an opportunity to hear an update following our Vision Night.

There are two ways you can attend the AGM in 2022.

Online via Live-Stream
Please CLICK HERE to register to attend online. You will receive the link and further information about how to vote following registration. PLEASE NOTE, registrations for online attendance are requested at least 1 day prior to the event and each member will need their own unique email address to enable voting.

In-Person at 3 Springfield Road
Please CLICK HERE to register to attend in person. We look forward to seeing you on the night.

If you need help registering or have any questions, please contact the church office on 9890 7999.

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