Set on 600 acres, New Dunesk is PIM’s new homestead. It includes a great spot for a camping ground, a four wheel drive track, and a range of sheds that will be put to good use as we roll out new programmes.
We are busy developing new programmes to be run from New Dunesk, and we look forward to launching these once the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. These programmes will include:
- Nomads Network – a great way for Grey, and not so grey, Nomads to get involved in making disciples as they travel around the country. The Network will include several days of interactive onsite training each year at New Dunesk.
- Rural Gap Year – a brand new programme for 18-20 years olds to grow as disciples of Christ and gain useful vocational and ministry skills as they enjoy living and working onsite at New Dunesk from February to November.
- Training in a range of skills for elders, pastors and others serving in remote and rural locations.
Opportunities also exist for churches to arrange a tailor made onsite experience for their own members. Such events could include camping and four wheel driving experiences for small groups, day trips, evangelistic mens ministries events or ladies retreats. If you have got an idea, we’d love to chat about it with you and see if we can work together to develop something new, exciting and useful for you.
You will New Dunesk in NSW, just five minutes south of the little town of Ardlethan, along the Newell Highway. It is easy to find and easy to get to. And crucially, it is ideally located to connect churches in the most populated parts of our nation with frontline mission activities in the least populated areas – places where there is very little gospel witness.
Lord willing, New Dunesk will become a place where God’s people are inspired, equipped and sent out to proclaim Christ to those living in remote and rural places of our country. Places where there is little, or no, Christian witness.
Call Manager Sam Smith on 0427 782 506 for more information, or to arrange a visit.