Church Together 2017
Sunday May 28th

Princes Wharf (PW1) 

2:00pm  Church Together Festival
4:30pm  Church Together Kids (Age 1 to grade 6)

Featuring the combined churches music team, special guest speaker Dr. Karl Faase and Church Together Kids: a special program for kids age 1 to grade 6.

To see the Christian Churches of Southern Tasmania come together under the Name above all names – Jesus Christ; celebrating our hope and bright future in Him, through worship, praying for our city and the presenting of the unchanging and ever relevant Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Sunday May 28 | 4.30pm at PRINCES WHARF
With special guest Karl Faase

Sunday May 28 | 2pm – 4pm
Princes Wharf

The Church Together Festival is all about showcasing the Church in action through Christian-based welfare organisations who serve to bring a hope and future to the disadvantaged within our local and global community.
Through the Festival the community will have the opportunity to connect with these organisations, as they communicate the different services and support they are able to provide and demonstrate how to get involved.
With information sessions, free activities for the children, food vans and much more there will be something for the whole family.

Sunday May 28 | 4.30pm
Brooke Street Pier

Chillin’ Out With God!
Hey there, it’s time again for Church Together Kids.  It’s time to get together and chill out with God. There will be games, food, a movie, and a bucket load of fun as we discover that God wants us to enjoy His presence and His creation.
So come and ‘chillax’ with us at Church Together Kids 2017!

Junior Kids –1-5 year olds can be signed in at Brooke Street Pier from 3.30pm.  A small snack will be provided. Pick up from Brooke Street Pier after the Rally.

Senior Kids – Prep to Grade 6 can be signed in at Princes Wharf from 4pm. They will be seated with the Church Together Kids Team for the first part of the Rally, and then head off with the Kids Team to Brooke Street Pier. A small snack will be provided. Pick up from Brooke Street Pier after the Rally.

Make sure you register online for EXPRESS sign in.

Free parking at the Regatta Grounds and shuttle buses running from 1.45pm and after the event.
Click here for bus time table.
Around Salamanca, free parking is available in Salamanca Square Park House, Montpelier, Gladston and Kirksway Place. Salamanca area is unmetered after 4pm on Sundays too.

We invite you to join us as the Christian Churches of Southern Tasmania to come together under the name above all names – Jesus Christ.


Karl Faase is a well known Australian Christian communicator, media presenter, leader and social commentator. He is the CEO of Olive Tree Media, the organisation through which he produces programs of excellence for Christian media and local church use internationally.

Karl is in demand across Australia as a speaker, with a special interest in encouragement & motivation, leadership, ministry development and communicating to those exploring faith. He is passionate about reclaiming the Christian Gospel as word as well as deed.

With over 20 years of involvement in media, Karl is one of Australia’s most experienced Christian radio and television presenters, with his programs broadcast and distributed in the USA, UK, Canada, France, Germany and New Zealand. In 2016 Olive Tree Media released their latest series Jesus the Game Changer which Karl hosts. This series looks at how the life and teaching of Jesus changed the world and why it matters. The series has the same high production values as Towards Belief and was filmed in USA, UK, Singapore, India and Australia. In 2013 Karl & Olive Tree Media, released the award winning series, Towards Belief, a 10 part documentary-style DVD/TV series where Karl interviews over 30 international speakers and academics on the belief blockers to faith in western countries.

Karl’s Daily Nudge are one of Australia’s best-known and most widely used God spots on Christian radio. Karl is also regularly called upon as a Christian spokesman and commentator on a variety of social issues.