St Margaret's Anglican Church Nerang
St Margaret’s Anglican Church has a history that goes back as far as the early settlers of Nerang and remains the oldest Anglican church on the Gold Coast. The original church was nestled on the banks of Nerang river and remained the place of worship until 1992. Today St Margaret's has moved from the water’s edge and now is situated amongst trees and gardens in a little piece of God’s creation. We have grown in numbers since the move – however we still share the same image of God in humanity as the early Church Fathers: “the Glory of God is the human person fully alive”. As a faith community we are working towards a fully flourishing humanity, alive to beauty, dignity and love. Join us as we continue our journey growing as a vibrant and committed congregation, reaching out to our community in a number of exciting ways.
Tonight, 20,000 Queenslanders are homeless. Nearly half are women. Over 40% are aged 25 or under. More than 3,500 of those are kids 12 or under.
Rosies reaches out to those most in need, those people who are abandoned, marginalised, socially isolated within our communities.
Whilst many organisations are increasingly providing awareness, support, and referral, the greater human need is the need for friendship and unconditional acceptance during difficult times. Our wonderful Rosies volunteers aim to do just that, providing a community of belonging that is always there.