In Jesus’ life, death and resurrection he brings us back into relationship with God our Father and by his Spirit we live as his people. We are a group of people who stand on that Biblical conviction.
We love to welcome visitors & newcomers. Like our community we are a diverse group of people. We come from all walks of life and many different cultures and ethnicity but Jesus provides our common ground.
We get together in a variety of ways throughout the week, but our main gathering is on Sunday. On Sunday we gather to read God’s word (the Bible), to hear it faithfully and powerfully taught, to pray for ourselves, the church and our world and to sing God’s praises.
If you’re thinking of visiting then we’d love to have you come along.
Our church is evangelical, that is centred on the Gospel of Jesus.
We believe the Bible to be the living Word of God for his people.
We have a firm belief that salvation is only available from God by Grace alone, through Faith alone, in Christ alone.
Les Gaulton was our senior minister. He’s married to Jenny (for over 40 years!) and they have four adult children. Les and Jenny served churches in North West Australia for over twenty five years and was with KACC from 2002 – 2018. Les enjoyed the fresh air, open spaces and the friendly people of Karratha. Now in retirement, Les continues to tell people about Jesus and teach the Bible because he knows that while Iron Ore, Natural Gas and Salt are useful, Jesus is the most precious resource.
The Diocese and Bush Church Aid Society are currently seeking the future pastor/teacher for Karratha Anglican Community Church. Please pray with us that God will reveal His will and locate the appropriate Bible believing minister to lead the Church into the next phase of its life and continue to grow the Kingdom of God in the Pilbara.
Please feel free to contact us at any time, but if your looking for information about our main activities that’s just below.
Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/KarrathaChurch
Morning Church 9am – A service which has the best aspects of Biblical Anglicanism combined with faithful, powerful preaching and mostly contemporary Christian music, along with a separate childrens program.
Parking? There is plenty of space for parking on the church property.
Where exactly? The Karratha Anglican Church Building is on the corner of Lockyer St and 2 Samson Way in Bulgarra.