A family and community Church in the heart of Dayboro
OUR PASTORS, OUR VALUES, WORSHIP SERVICES
Gary and Judy Levens are Dayboro residents, having pastored churches in Auckland, New Zealand, Vina del Mar, Chile and Brisbane’s Northside. They have grown significant churches that reach not only locally but also around the globe. Gary and Judy are committed to seeing Christians mature in their faith, discovering their life purpose and transforming the society in which they live.
Gary and Judy have three adult daughters, all married and six grandchildren, all living in the North Brisbane area.
We don’t just sing songs. Rather we provide music and singing as a vehicle to bring to God our praises and heart-felt worship. Sometimes it can be exuberant and at other times quiet and reflective. Praise and worship brings the tangible presence of God which refreshes and strengthens the heart and brings revelation and understanding of God.
Jesus commissioned His own disciples to go and make other disciples (not just followers). Making anything requires a plan and a strategy. We have a strong emphasis on preaching and teaching, so that when folk come to church they can expect to hear the truth of God’s Word and to built-up and instructed.
Becoming a Family
We believe strongly in creating an environment that is safe, welcoming and friendship-building. People say that they feel like they’ve come home when they arrive at Dayboro Church. Watch some videos of some of the family here.
Mission is in our DNA. Jesus told us to “go into all the world.” We believe that means both “across the road” and “to other countries.” Dayboro Church supports four missions projects financially, pastorally and prayerfully.
Michael Henzell – Casa Segura Children’s Home, Bolivia
The Hope House – Chennai, India. A home for girls started by our own Dayboro Couple, Steve and Julie Elliott. Watch the video of Steve and Julie here
Angela Stephens – Kenya. Angela ministers in Nairobi to the poor and imprisoned.
Church Services are every Sunday at 9am at the Dayboro School Hall, McKenzie St, Dayboro.
The church is governed by a Board with Elders chosen from among the congregation and with a Constitution established under the Australian Christian Churches.
There are weekly day time and fortnightly Bible studies. Dayboro Church ladies also host an annual high tea fundraiser for missions outreach.
Dayboro Church men's Bible study group meet weekly. From time to time, the men have working bee's to assist those who need help with property maintenance.
Our youth have a hunger and desire to learn the ways of God. They aspire to have a good influence on the Dayboro community and their contemporaries.
Kid’s church is a big part of who Dayboro Church is. We have a vision to reach the kids of Dayboro District with the gospel of Jesus Christ and to make disciples of young people. Evidence of this value is the amount of effort that we put into establishing our kid’s ministry on Sundays, running concurrently with our main service.
Rod and Kate Campbell have huge hearts for this aspect of our church and the kids have a lot of fun and games amidst all of the learning. Watch the video of Kid’s Church and Rod and Kate here
Mission is in our DNA. Jesus told us to “go into all the world.”
Small groups that meet together in homes or cafes form a vital part in disciple-making. Our small groups meet together for fun, fellowship, study and prayer, usually for a season at a time and for a specific set of studies. The men’s bible study meets in a café Tuesdays.
The opportunity to give online is made available through the Dayboro Church account:
BSB # 124 031
Account # 22027694