Brooklyn Park Church of Christ was planted in 1924 and has long had a passion for being a spiritual family who impact the Western suburbs of Adelaide.  We don't take ourselves too seriously, but we do want to live purposeful lives that have an impact that outlasts us.

You'll find our services (10 am Sundays) are pretty laid back, with some music, prayer and time spent unpacking different themes from the Bible and how these apply to our lives.  

We have a kids program (God's Gang) that happens during the service throughout school terms and kids packs for the kids to do in the services during school holidays.  


The Upper Room youth group meets on Wednesday nights from 7-8:30 pm for students in years 6-12, where we hang out, play games and talk about things that matter.  


We also get together in small groups called "Connect Groups"during the week to further unpack the teaching from our services and talk about how we can live those things out in our lives and our neighbourhoods.   

As you'll see on our "What we do" page, we have a number of other opportunities to connect throughout the week and you'd be very welcome to come along to any of them any time.

If you have any questions at all, shoot us an email using our contact form and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Nate Vawser

Nate is married to Ali and is proud dad to Josh and Rachel.  Nate joined Brooklyn Park in Feb 2017, having lived in Canada for the previous 7 years and served in different churches around Adelaide before that.


He's passionate about helping people discover and fulfil their potential and creating healthy environments for growth.

Phil Webber

Phil is married to Maureen and is a Dad and Grandpa.  Phil re-joined the staff team of Brooklyn Park in Sep 2021 with the joining together of BPCC and Western Communities Church of Christ, having served in a number of different pastoral and teaching roles, including Pastor at BPCC over 30 years ago.

Phil is passionate about helping people grow through digging into Scripture and providing pastoral care for those who are struggling and isolated.