The Mark Drama

Every incident in the whole of Mark's gospel in 90 minutes.

Scrape away the dross of easter and come and see the true events of Jesus' life enacted in a fast-paced, theatre-in-the-round drama.

The mark drama is based on Mark's biography of Jesus - the most pointed and succinct historical source, and is a unique opportunity to find out about Jesus in a way you've never experienced.


"The thought of drama in church normally makes me cringe, so the Mark Drama came as an astonishing and powerful surprise. In a form that is accessible and clear to all, yet utterly faithful to the text of Mark's Gospel, it offers nothing less than a brilliant, vivid encounter with the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ."

Dr William J U Philip, Minister, St George's-Tron Church, Glasgow

Wednesday 12th April - 7:30 pm
Thursday 13th April - 7:30 pm


The drama is not recommended for children under 8


$5 - Available now from Mittagong Anglican Church
Ph: 02 4871 1947


Wednesday 12th April - 7:30 pm
Thursday 13th April - 7:30 pm


The drama is not recommended for children under 8.


$5 - Available now from Mittagong Anglican Church
Ph: 02 4871 1947

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Carols by the Lake



Lake Alexandra, Mittagong - Saturday 10th December, 2016 - 7pm to 9pm.


- Delicious food stalls from 5.30pm

- Christmas Carols, brought to you by the Mittagong Anglican choir and band

- Light Show

- A visit from Santa

- Kids' craft and face painting

- Nativity skits

- Dress up parade and prizes


Brought to you by Mittagong Anglican Church.



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Mission Is Possible: MU High Tea

Come and enjoy High Tea and beautiful music whilst supporting Bible Teaching in Myanmar (Bev Ovens) and Mission Support in the Philippines (Eight members of St. Stephen's Mittagong).


Mittagong Anglican Church Auditorium.


Saturday 19th November, from 4pm to 6pm.


Tickets $20 available from Jan Livingstone.


Enjoy singing and live music played on harp, cello, piano and bagpipes to name a few.

There will also be tables with goods for sale to support the mission work. 

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Music Cafe - Philippines Mission Fundraiser

Saturday, 19th November 2016 - 6pm to 8pm at Mittagong Anglican Church


Come and enjoy an evening of music, food, entertainment and fun, while also hearing about our church's upcoming mission trip to the Philippines.
Entry is a gold coin donation (tickets will be available this Sunday at church or on the door). Food will also be available for purchase, as well as a table of goods for sale.


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Philippines Mission Trip 2017

30th December 2016 - 22nd January 2017




Why go?

As God’s saved people, we are called to “make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19), and our church’s mission statement involves “showing Christ to the world”.
This includes making disciples in Mittagong, but the global church is much bigger than that. That’s why we as a church support missionaries all over the world.
This trip is an opportunity for us to encourage and support our fellow brothers and sisters in the Philippines—including missionaries serving with OMF and local church leaders. It will also be an opportunity for us to see what God is doing in another country, and get a taste of cross-cultural mission.


Why the Philippines?

Our church already has connections with ministry in the Philippines, through Dina Roki and through sending teams in the past. Many people in the Philippines are in need—physically, but also spiritually. The gospel is being shared by missionaries and locals, and we are excited about supporting them for three weeks and seeing God at work.


Meet the team




  • Ben Hanna works as an architectural draftsmen. He also serves on Parish Council and plays bass at our 5pm service. This will be his first time to the Philippines.
  • Kathy Crawshaw works as a dressmaker, serves at 5pm church and is also involved with Mothers’ Union. She previously went to the Philippines in 2014, and is keen to continue to serve there on this trip.
  • Lucy Mills is in year 12 at Wollondilly Anglican College, and serves at church through leading at Kids @ Mac and being part of the 5pm music team. She is passionate about children’s ministry.
  • Sam Mills studies at UOW, works part-time in public relations and co-ordinates the music ministry at 5pm church. This will be his third trip to the Philippines, and he’s excited to continue to serve the missionaries there.
  • Kathryn McIntosh is currently studying through Mary Andrews College while working part-time for church and part-time for a local café. She runs our church’s drop-in centre, leads at Follow: Youth and leads singing at 5pm church. She previously travelled to the Philippines with a church team in 2011.
  • Dina Roki is our Young Families’ Minister, and previously taught highschool English at Faith Academy in Manila. She loves taking teams over to experience and serve in the Philippines.
  • Jono Mills studies Creative Writing / English Literature at UOW. He coordinates and leads Kids @ MAC, and serves at 5pm as part of the music team and leads services. This will be his third time to Manila.
  • Marge Mills lectures in ministry, church history and the bible at Mary Andrews College. She also serves at church by leading services and bible studies, and helps lead Kids @ MAC. Marge will be leading the team with Dina.


What we will be doing

We will be running the children and youth program for a OMF Missionaries Conference, from 3rd to 6th January, 2017. This will be an excellent opportunity for us to serve the missionaries and their children.
While the rest of our itinerary is yet to be finalised, the plan is to serve with the church leaders in urban poor areas of Manila and Calapan (a town on the island of Mindoro). This may include prayer walks, children and youth ministry, assisting with livelihood projects and building projects, music ministry and training.




Prayer points

  • For safe travel as we catch planes, jeepneys, buses and trikes.
  • For good partnerships with missionaries and local Christians.
  • For us as we lead the children and youth program at the OMF Missionaries’ Conference—for wisdom, patience and flexibility.
  • That we can be helpful and encouraging to missionaries and local Christians in Manila and Calapan in whatever ways we end up
  • serving there.
  • That we will grow closer to God as a mission team, and in grow in using our gifts to serve God.

For more prayer points and updates from the trip, we’ll try and blog regularly throughout our time in the Philippines at this website.





Please consider attending our fundraising events on 19th November.
Or you may like to give towards the cost of our team travelling and staying in the Philippines in one of the following ways:

  • Through the offertory bags at church, in an envelope marked “Philippines Mission Team”
  • Or in person to one of the mission team members.


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