We want to see people from all nations giving glory to God through Jesus by belonging to God’s family; being transformed in the image of Christ and engaging outwardly with the gospel.

Practically this looks like meeting together each Sunday to sing, pray and hear from God’s word, sharing food together, meeting in small bible study groups, community meals, new migrant assistant, youth and children's activities and much more!



Everyone is welcome at every service – we’d love to meet you!



Join us for a more traditional service with liturgy and hymns accompanied by the pipe organ. We share in Holy Communion together the last Sunday of every month.


An excellent kids program runs alongside this more contemporary service. People of all nations and ages have found a home and are
welcome at our 10:30 community.

We offer translation of the sermon in Arabic and Chinese each week.

We’d love you to stay and share a meal together after every meeting.





In a previous life Paul worked as a sales manager and Beth as a nurse. He was a boy who grew up in the jungle of PNG and she was a girl from the shire in Sydney. They met in Newcastle and four months later were engaged! During their ten years of marriage they have had the privilege of studying at Moore Theological College together, working in ministry and having three kids join them along the way. They are excited to see what God has planned for the future as they lead the team at Chester Hill Anglican Church.

Nathan loves sport, exploring the outdoors and statistics. Jen is learning to love watching sport and statistics - her passions are catching up with friends and learning to cook different cuisines. They have two boys with plenty of energy and personality. They are very thankful that God has brought people from all the nations to Chester Hill and are looking forward to sharing the good news of Jesus with anyone who'll hear




Our vision is to see people from all nations giving glory to God through Jesus.

Giving glory to God through Jesus is a big and broad aim. So how do we want to go about seeing this happen at Chester Hill Anglican? We have three bible-based, key areas that we want to focus on to achieve this.


1. Belonging to God's family.

2. Being transformed into the image of Christ and

3. Engaging outwardly with the gospel.

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