Storehouse is a ministry run by Northridge Vineyard Church Thornleigh. This ministry provides new clothes for families with children up to 12 years of age, who find themselves in financial crisis. Referrals are taken through community agencies and the families are able to make 3 visits in a year.
Northridge volunteers can be trained to serve families, help with working bees, give new clothing during the year and at gathering times.
Contact: Jenny Ryan & Jane Radcliff [email protected]
This is an opportunity for families from our wider community to gather to enjoy an event that includes a fun afternoon of games, jumping castle and BBQ and more.
Northridge Vineyard Church Thornleigh hosts these events once a year on site. Volunteers from our church community join together to organize the activities and to serve on the day of the events.
Contact: Matt Dalziel [email protected]
Northridge’s Meals Ministry provides nutritious meals and welcoming hospitality to those in times of need. A focus is placed on nurturing a sense of community as we live out the Northridge Vineyard Church vision, to grow disciples of Jesus Christ who are passionate for Him and His purposes.
Contact: Anita Cox or Lauren Hilton
Helping Hands is a group of people who are willing to help others in practical ways. We seek to bless those who need a helping hand – whether through mowing a lawn, fixing a jammed door, or replacing a leaking washer!
Men and women from our Thornleigh Morning service are welcome to volunteer their helping hands to help those who have been referred.
Contact: Darryl Semmler
The Play Cafe
For mums, dads, carers and children from 0-5 years.
We get together every week to create a space where people can meet others, hang out together and be blessed!
We welcome volunteers from both the morning and evening service communities to volunteer to help serving morning tea, helping with craft and child care.
Contact: Caroline Dalziel [email protected]
Blankets for Tingha
Each year Northridge collects and sends blankets and winter clothes to the indigenous community in Tingha. Volunteers are involved in driving these goods up and presenting them as a gift to the community.
Contact: Kirsty Woodward