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This site is an initiative of the Christian Leaders’ Network, with the aim of encouraging unity of the churches in Toowoomba and promoting the well-being of our community.

The Christian Leaders’ Network (CLN) is made up of pastors and Christian leaders who come together every Thursday morning for prayer. On average about 40 pastors and Christian leaders from all denominations and affiliations come together for mutual encouragement and intercession.

Among many mainline churches, charismatics, pentecostals, Presbyterians, Wesleyan Methodists, Salvation Army, Baptists and numerous others there is the strong Biblical understanding that all Christians are the children of God and therefore family. Jesus prayed for us to be one and therefore we need to be what we are: one for our city.

CLN also engages with the support of Toowoomba Ministers Association (representing all Toowoomba churches) and the Toowoomba Churches Together (representing Roman Catholic, Uniting, Lutheran & Anglican).

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Families flock to popular Queen’s Park Carols

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Stories and testimonies are shared at City Women’s 10th Anniversary celebration

City Women celebrates 10 years of impacting girls and women

City Women celebrated their 10th anniversary last month with a night of sharing a decade of… Read More
The monument to victims of violence along with its creator, Daniel Gill

New monument to the victims of violence an Australian first

The first stand-alone dedicated monument to the victims of violence anywhere in Australia was… Read More
Catholic Archbishop of Hobart, Julian Porteous

Justice for children and freedom of speech hang in the balance

COMMENT: Managing Director of the Australian Christian Lobby Lyle Shelton believes social… Read More

How to cope with Christmas

COMMENT: Trevor and Don Burstow, directors of Burstows Funerals share how to grow through… Read More
The tents in which asylum seeker families live in on Nauru

Seeking asylum . . . and finding Jesus

Toowoomba’s Jack and Annie Kamst share two stories of working with asylum seekers on Christmas… Read More

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