Nexus is an evangelical ministry conference, based in Sydney but available further afield through a live webcast. Our vision is to draw together pastors, trainees, theology students, and other gospel workers to:
refresh and stretch one another theologically,
apply that theology to Christian life and ministry,
build a partnership of fellow-workers in the Lord, and
do so in high-value, convenient, one-day conference.
WHERE DID NEXUS COME FROM?
Nexus started its life several years ago as an in-house day conference for graduates, trainees and friends of St Paul’s Anglican Church in Carlingford, Sydney. It has since grown by invitation and word of mouth to a much larger group, and in 2014 was launched publicly for the first time.
WHO runs NEXUS?
Nexus is run by a group of ministry friends who want to see the gospel of Jesus Christ grow in Sydney (and everywhere) through flourishing reformed-evangelical ministries. We’re a bunch of Sydney Anglicans, and many of those who come to Nexus work in Anglican ministries. But we’re evangelical Christians first, Anglicans second—we love to fellowship with evangelical ministry workers in other denominations (in Sydney and around Australia).
Our organizing committee is chaired by Tony Payne, and consists of Chris Braga, Sarah Kanagaratnam, Adrian Russell, Carl Matthei, Mike Leite, and Dominic Steele.