The Lynwood Branch began life as an independent group in 1992 having evolved from the former “Ladies Fellowship”.
The group meets each Tuesday at 10amin the church hall and has a program of activities including guest speakers.
ABM's Auxiliary is a great way to meet people whilst also helping the church to further its work in mission.
If you would like to become a member, please contact the parish office on 9458 8648 leaving your name, number and a message indicating you are enquiring about ABM. Alternatively you may like to use this Contact Form.
More about the AnglicanBoard of Mission…
ABM wants to see people everywhere experience the wholeness of life God offers in Jesus Christ, and to this end support its Partners as they participate in God’s mission.
ABM is the national mission agency of the Anglican Church of Australia.
ABM seeks to bring love, hope and justice into the lives of others who are in need, in Australia and around the world. Many relief and development projects make this possible, in places from New Guinea and the Solomon Islands to the Philippines and East Africa.
The national Auxiliary of ABM celebrated its centenary in 2010.
It began in Sydney in July 1910, starting off as the Women's Auxiliary of ABM for the purpose of keeping church women informed about ABM, its aims and plans, and also to enlist their support. The first meeting was presided over by the wife of the then Governor, Lady Chelmsford.
The ABM Auxiliary prays for, promotes and supports the work of ABM. Membership of the Auxiliary is open to all members of the Anglican Church.
In 1965 the Central Council established “Special Projects”, where a project would be the focus of prayer and fundraising for the following year. Over the years the Auxiliary has raised over one million dollars! Today this tradition continues to be the Auxiliary’s major activity in supporting ABM.