Our Volunteers

Here's some of our entertainers, who take timeoff from other gigs
to especially bless the outback (and have a lot of fun doing it).
Some of the pictures below are also links to the teams websites.
Very arty Gwen ...
Jack & Gwen Cowel at work.
Julian catches their attention.
Travellin' the world
Natallie Miller with the Sally Squad
Charge !
Goodnews the legendary Clown telling the story
Jazz it up ...
This is Jungle Jam band outback.
As I was saying...
Quizworx makes puppets live.
Ta da
Mr Magic... Now you see it; now you don't
Let's have fun
Ron & Pam Adventure Zone Fun

Patrol Teams and Directors
Christmas Dinner - Dec. 23rd

Air ministry meets in train


The Patrol Directors invited some of the volunteer evangelists for a pre-Christmas Dinner at Station One at Greenfield Station at the Bankstown Sports Club.  

First Class Dining

1st Class fellowship

It was to express gratitude to the teams who've spent a great deal of their time in 2010 on patrols outback.  These people have brought the Gospel of Jesus Christ to remote townships and hundreds of family, as you will see in the following pictures.

Illusionist - Mr Magic

source of entertainment

They enjoyed hearing from Gary (Mr. Magic) Jackel and Garry Reynolds (Goodnews the Christian Clown).  They represented many other teams who were unable to attend, or fit into the limited space.  See the work of the teams in other pages here ....

SINCE 1961

Inspiring the team

On and upward

Hosts Martha and Les Nixon told of some of the teams exploits and of the victories.

they shall rise up

It was a wonderful time of fellowship and encouragement.  Each of the Evangelists have volunteered to return to outback towns during 2011 to carry on the work of the Gospel in difficult places to people who will not know of Christ's love if some of us do not go to them.
The Christmas Love Boxes is a service of Outback Patrol to families who live in remote towns in Australia too small for a church but too big to overlook.