• Farewell to the Crouches

      Farewell to the Crouches This December will mark the conclusion of Rev. Alastair Crouch’s time as Assistant Minister in Burnie. It was recently announced that he has been appointed  the next minister of the Parish of Wynyard. While there is sadness to say goodbye to the Crouches, there is great consolation in what this move signals in the plans of God for the Northwest of Tassie. Wynyard have been without a Full-Time minister for some time, and so it is exciting for them to receive Alastair, Kristy and the boys. We are thankful to God for bringing the Crouches to Burnie and for the way He has used them…

  • Elementor #460

    Farewell Crouches This December will mark the conclusion of Rev. Alastair Crouch’s time as Assistant Minister in Burnie. It was recently announced that he has been appointed  the next minister of the Parish of Wynyard. While there is sadness to say goodbye to the Crouches, there is great consolation in what this move signals in the plans of God for the Northwest of Tassie. Wynyard have been without a Full-Time minister for some time, and so it is exciting for them to receive Alastair, Kristy and the boys. We are thankful to God for bringing the Crouches to Burnie and for the way He has used them in this place. …

  • My Brother’s Gift

    I have an older brother. For arguments sake, let’s call him Tim (though more for truth’s sake as that really is his name). One Christmas, Tim organised a present for me. He wrapped it and  put it under the tree a few weeks out from Christmas. Each day he would draw my attention to it and encourage me to feel its weight and behold its size. The anticipation almost killed me. Finally the 25th of December arrived. The day was finally here. The anticipation would reach it’s satisfying end. Now, i should explain something about our family. We had a rule for Christmas day. We were allowed to open 1 present…