Single Minded Conference

15 June 2019

Encouraging single Christians in their gospel maturity, contentment and service.

Equipping married Christians to better love and pastor the single members of their Christian family.

Doing it all by teaching what the Bible really has to say about singleness.

We’re partnering with our friends at single-minded for this conference. You might like to find out more about them here:



Ben at his heart would love people to know and follow Jesus. One of seven children, Ben became a Christian aged 19 whilst studying engineering and has desired that his fellow Australians meet King Jesus ever since. Married to Emma with four children, he relocated with his family from Melbourne to take the role of director of MTS – such is his passion to raise up future gospel workers. When Ben’s not racing for the train and praying for his street, his neighbourhood and the nation – he enjoys time with his family, SAS novels and physical training…

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You can use the Concession rate if you would appreciate some financial assistance in registering, for example if you are a full time student, a single parent, a veteran, a senior (over 65), or you live on the pension, disability income or other low income.


SINGLE MINDED aims to help facilitate and resource an ongoing discussion about the place, purpose and identity of single Christians within the broader believing community.
SINGLE MINDED is a conference about singleness FOR EVERYONE.
You have friends who would benefit from this day. You will benefit from having friends alongside you for the day.

Will you be the friend who says, “I’m going to Single-Minded – will you come to?”


Saturday 15 June

10:00 am

Arrive and settle in

10:30 am

Session 1

11:30 am

Morning tea

12:00 pm

Session 2

1:00 pm


2:00 pm


3:00 pm

Panel with time for Q and A

4:00 pm



Single-Minded Conference 2019 will be held at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Forrest. The church has a car park, which can be entered from either direction on State Circuit, with about one hundred spots in it.

Single Minded Conference