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Creative Activities

Tuesdays throughout the year, with community classes in Computing, Crocheting, Knitting, Card-making, sewing, painting, freestyle craft, guitar playing, Scrapbooking, beading and Vegetarian Cooking. Cost is just $3 per class. Tuesdays from 9:45am-12noon. Currently there are between 120 and 160 enrolled.


Fellowship Lunches

On the third Sabbath of each month the church hosts a visitor's lunch following the worship service. You are invited to come and enjoy some great food and friendship.


Personal Ministries

Community initiatives covering training sponsorships, welfare/ Care, health projects, a Signs Magazine distribution programme, and a DVD resource library for free loan. Plans for the coming year includeCHIP (Coronary Health Improvement Programme), and a QUIT smoking programme. A food bank has been set up to assist needy families in the community.


Women's Ministries

Women's Ministries hosts inspiring speakers and events that minister especially to women.

Men's Shed

Men's Shed runs weekly Men's Shed (Tuesdays), and monthly events and/or get-togethers for men.



CABSDA Cycling Group

Most Sundays the group leaves North Lakes at 6am and heads out for a 40-70km ride. The rides include free speed sections to cater for a range of abilities. To join the group contact our pastoral team.


Mission Project - Mongolia

2014 saw the completion of 6 new community centres across Mongolia. Various teams coordinated and participated in an international team of construction workers, followed by a mission by a team sent to strengthen relationships between the new centres and their communities. An additional 6 trips are planned for 2015. Pictured is the nearly completed (August 2014) community centre in Chiggis, Khentii.



Mission Project - Cambodia

In 2011 the construction of a church building for the people in Thom Pong was completed, as well as providing much-needed food and bicycles. Pictured above is the church nearing completion of the second floor in September 2010. The centre, managed by SeeChange International (founded by CABSDA members) is now (2014) used as a training and development centre for the community and continues to host student missionaries from South Queensland.