Our People

Ministry opportunties

Ministry opportunites

Peregian Pastor

We exist to glorify God by making disciples as we love and serve Noosa.

In accord with that vision, we are praying that the Lord will send us someone who loves Jesus, loves people, is a great Bible teacher, and has a heart to see those who don’t yet know Jesus, come into relationship with him.

We have a wonderful congregation of people at Peregian Springs which meets at St Andrew’s Anglican College. We average around 30 people + children and young people, but honestly believe that with inspiring leadership and a gospel focus, this could easily be 130!

The Peregian pastor would work closely with our Senior minister Chris Johnson, along with the chaplain and principal of the college. They would share some responsibility across the whole Anglican church of Noosa which has two other congregations – one at Tewantin and one at Sunshine Beach.

Whilst ordination as an Anglican priest would be an advantage, we may also be able to appoint someone as an authorised lay minister.

See our church vision here.

Initial enquiries ought to be made to the office: office@anglicanchurchnoosa.org

Youth and Children’s Pastor

We exist to glorify God by making disciples as we love and serve Noosa.

In accord with that vision, we are praying that the Lord will send us someone who loves Jesus, loves young people and children, is a great Bible teacher, and has a heart to see those who don’t yet know Jesus, come into relationship with him.

We have had a fortnightly youth group of between 30-45 kids for the last two years meeting on a Friday night at St Andrew’s Anglican College at Peregian Springs. While the kids love the games and letting their hair down at the end of the week, they have also revelled in the small-group discussion which has followed a Bible talk.

On Sunday mornings, we have around 10-12 young people who join us for church and head out for their own Bible teaching and discussion.

We are looking for someone with theological and practical training in youth and/or children’s ministry to take up this role, working in conjunction with the college.

We know children’s ministry requires different skills, but we would love to find someone who could also help oversee our children’s teams at both Peregian Springs and Tewantin – recruiting, inspiring and training leaders and coordinating opportunities such as holiday kids’ club and other connecting activities.

This is a full-time role – or for a married couple – could be two part time roles.

See our church vision here.

Initial enquiries ought to be made to the office: office@anglicanchurchnoosa.org

Honorary Minister

Caretaker minister

Chris serves as the Principal of St Andrew’s Anglican College Peregian Springs, is a member of the congregation that meets at the college, and occasionally involved in leading worship services across our three locations.

His email is civey@saac.qld.edu.au 

The Rev’d Gary McClellan

Community Chaplain, St Andrew's College

It is such a privilege to live and work in this beautiful part of God’s world. My passion is to help people discover Jesus Christ and grow in their knowledge and love of Him. In January 2017 my family relocated from Melbourne, where I worked as an Anglican Minister in a large church in the south-eastern suburbs for 13 years. Prior to Melbourne we lived in Sydney, where I worked in the construction industry before retraining and working in full time Christian ministry, specifically with youth. My beautiful wife, Bek, is a physiotherapist and together we have two terrific, school-age daughters: Jazlyn and Indi. I love camping and 4-wheel driving, the beach, good food, meeting new people, and spending time with family and friends. I am excited be the Community Chaplain at St Andrew’s Anglican College, working in partnership with the Anglican Church of Noosa, and look forward to meeting you soon. Email Gary: GMcClellan@saac.qld.edu.au

Our former minister

Former minister
E-mail Our former minister

The Rev’d Mark Calder served as our minister (rector) from November 2009 to November 2019.

On September 1 2019, it was announced the Mark had accepted an invitation to become the Bishop of the Diocese of Bathurst, NSW.

His final Sunday with us was on 10 Nov. He was consecratedBbishop in St Andrew’s Cathedral Sydney on Thursday 21 November and installed as the 11th Bishop of Bathurst on Saturday 23rd November.

He asks for ongoing prayer in his new role.