Our vision is to see lives transformed through Jesus to God’s glory.
We do this by making disciples of all nations, by going and growing.
We seek to go and make new followers of Jesus from every tribe, language and background by praying for opportunities to share the good news of Jesus, connecting with people who have not heard the good news of Jesus, and proclaiming the good news of Jesus that He is Lord and Saviour of all.
We seek to grow into Jesus’ likeness, by listening to God’s Word in joyful obedience, sharing our lives together as God’s people, and persevering by the Spirit until Jesus returns.
We believe in the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. Check out what that means in plain English here.
Our pastors would be glad to answer any questions you have about our church.
We trace our roots back to 1915, when the rector of Smithfield Parish Rev. Fred Mullens borrowed a carpenter’s workshop to serve as a meeting place for Christians in Cabramatta. Our current Cumberland Street site was built by the owner of that workshop, a man named James Wylie. Named Cabramatta Soldier’s Memorial Church of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, we officially became Cabramatta Anglican Church in 2003, when our new church hall was constructed to cater for our burgeoning English and Chinese congregations. Over the years, we’ve attracted all sorts of refugees, university students and young adults. If you live in Cabramatta, we hope that you’ll make CAC your home.