South West Queensland comes together again as one big family of Christ in…
What is south West queensland christian convention?
Now going in to its second year SWQCC was started to give churches across regional areas the encouragement and benefit of gathering together as a big group. With a focus on gospel centered preaching, seminars built for rural areas and stories of Christian life from our region this is a convention for the South West and by the South West.
6pm Rego opens
730pm Keynote Session One – Richard Gibson
830pm – Close
930am Keynote Session Two (Kids & Creche Program Provided)
1130am Keynote Session Three (Kids & Creche Program Provided)
2pm Free (Citizens for Youth)
4pm Seminar Slot 1 (Kids & Creche Program Provided)
630pm Keynote Session Citizens (Kids & Creche Program Provided)
9am Seminar Slot 2 (Kids Program & Creche Provided)
10am Keynote Session Five/Communion (Kids & Creche Program Provided)
put together with regional queensland in mind
You’ll have the opportunity to do two seminars over the weekend. Seminar signup will happen when you register at the convention.
a testimony of a Christian breakdown
John Teunis is relational and engaging and really understands the mess of life. He is experienced in Christian teaching and his foundation is the grace of God.
Women gripped by the Gospel
Jodie Schiller loves talking about the Gospel and especially seeing Jesus in the Old Testament. She sees the Gospel as central to dealing with the issues we face in life.
Sally Hemming lives on a farm and is passionate about her relationship with God. She loves to care for people and worship God through her hospitality.
Evangelism in a rural context
Derek Schiller is a pastor from St George who loves preaching Christ crucified especially to non-believers. He feels a strong call to rural ministry.
Reading the Bible with someone else
Sam Hemming has worked in university ministry at QUT and now studies at QTC in Brisbane. He loves sharing his faith and talking about the Bible – especially with non-Christians.
Work and vocation from a Christian farmer
Rob Hemming feels a strong call to be a Christian farmer. He sees his vocation as full time ministry.
Reaching my Neighbours
Louise iCampbell s married to Phil and together they have been in ministry for around 30 years. Louise is passionate about building good relationships with her neighbours and friends in the hope of sharing her love of Jesus with them.
putting together a Bible talk
When he was a ministry trainee, Phil Campbell’s wife Louise was devastatingly honest whenever he was boring. 30 years later, she still is. That’s why he has to work hard at figuring out the main point of the passage and teaching it in a way that makes sense… then stopping before it’s too late. He’s co-author of the preaching primer ‘Saving Eutychus’ and senior pastor at Mitchelton Presbyterian Church.
Jesus and your life in 100 words or less
Mitch Smart works at Dalby Presbyterian loves helping people have simple ways to be ready to share their faith. This practical seminar will see you walk out with a short and memorable way to share your testimony.
What about kids?
A Kids & Creche program will be offered during the Saturday & Sunday morning and Saturday evening sessions and also during the seminar slots. Friday night there is no program and sunday morning the kids will be welcome to join the main session.
What about high schoolers?
In 2018 we’re introducing CITIZENS for youth – a special Saturday afternoon event for highscoolers. Go here for the full Citizens detail.
What about food?
Registration includes soup and rolls on Friday night, morning tea on Saturday and Sunday, and lunch and dinner on Saturday. If you have special dietary requirements leave a message in the registration process.
Richard Gibson on Romans
Richard’s the Principal of Brisbane School of Theology. Gibbo, as he’s known, has more than 20 years’ experience teaching at Bible Colleges, and his love of preaching led him to serve on Sydney Diocese’s College of Preachers.
Richard and his wife Kim attend St Andrew’s Anglican Church in South Brisbane. Richard often guest speaks at various churches and conferences in South East Queensland as well as New South Wales. He’ll be showing us how Romans gives us a Jesus shaped way to live in our Christian communities.
SWQCC in 2018 is starting citizerns for youth
Early Bird – before May 20th
Citizens (High School) $15
Primary School $10
Below school age Free
Regular (May 20-Jul 15)
Citizens (High School) $20
Primary School $15
Below school age Free
In order to make the convention sustainable to organise, everyone who attends has to arrange their own accomodation.
A number of local Dalby motels and parks are offering a 10% discount when you mention the convention.
HOW TO GET THERE
Dalby Christian College
Registration and the main part of convention is held in the Auditorium at Dalby Christian College. The kids, creche and Citizens programs are held at various locations throughout the school.
The street address is 2A Mary street.
The SWQCC committee would like to thank the college for their generous support of the convention.