We are a group of Christians, (affiliated with the Churches of Christ SA/NT Inc.), who meet in Mount Barker at 54 Wellington Road, knowing that living as Jesus wants is best done alongside others. We are passionate in our belief that Jesus is our Lord and Saviour and our worship time together reflects this belief.

Our worship service is at 10.00 a.m Sunday mornings and we'd like to see you there. We like to continue our time together after the service chatting over a cuppa and a biscuit or two.
Please feel free to get in touch for further details. We're a supportive group of people and love to meet new people.

We offer quality used clothing from our Op-Shop which is managed by volunteer church members.
The shop is open at present from Wednesday-Friday during the hours 10 am-2 pm. (Currently under review January 2024, due to lack of volunteers) If you read this and are willing to help, contact Bob on 0412 587 361.

There are people in our community who are in need of company and this is met by our 54 Friends group which meets on Mondays from 10:30-2 pm. providing a safe environment for people to interact and share in a lunchtime meal. This group meets each week except on public holidays. Anyone is welcome.
We also offer F.I.S.H groups (Fellowship in Someone's Home)  held fortnightly, and a ladies bible study group which meets on Wednesday mornings between 10-11:15am.

On the first Sunday of each month we have a BYO lunch after our worship service. One month is designated to Mission projects and the other is an extended time of fellowship.

Come and check us out, you'll be very welcome.

email - mtbarkercofc@gmail.com

Phone   Bob (elder) 0412 587 361 or Daryll 0408 149 918. 
Liaison officer   Ruth Telfer 0403 974 946 or (08) 8391 5166  (Church office phone number)


All employees and volunteers of Churches of Christ in South Australia and Northern Territory (CCSANT) are responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of children and young people by:
 Adhering to the CCSANT Child Safety Policy at all times and taking all reasonable steps to ensure the safety and protection of children and young people
 Working with children or young people only while the relevant screening is current
 Undertaking child safety training as directed by the relevant Church body
 Treating everyone with respect and honesty (this includes staff, volunteers, children, young people and parents)
 Remembering to be a positive role model to children and young people in all conduct with and around them
 Setting clear boundaries around appropriate behaviour between themselves and the children and young people
 Listening and responding appropriately to the views and concerns of children and young people
 Ensuring another adult is always present or in sight when conducting one to one coaching, instruction or other activities
 Being alert to children and young people who are, or may be at risk, and reporting this to the Child Abuse Report Line (13 14 78) or 000 if it’s an emergency
 Responding quickly, fairly and transparently to any serious complaints made by a child, young person or their parent/caregiver
 Encouraging children and young people to ‘have a say’ on issues that are important to them.
 Providing feedback to both children and parents or caregivers.
Ministers, Employees, and volunteers must not:
 Engage in rough physical games with children or young people
 Develop any ‘special’ relationships with children and young people that could be seen as favouritism such as the offering of gifts or special treatment
 Engage in any activity which could be perceived as sexualised, eg touch, language, or, without a second adult present, toileting, bathing or changing clothes
 Discriminate against any child or young person because of age, gender, cultural background, religion, vulnerability, or sexuality.