Who are we?


The Loddon-Mallee Presbytery is situated in central and northern Victoria, from Castlemaine in the south, extending right up north in a wedge past Mildura.

On this webpage you should find all our current Executive and contact numbers.

However, we also have a webpage https://victas.uca.org.au/churches-faith/presbyteries/loddon-mallee/; which will be developed further in 2020/21.

Our region is made up of distinct communities. We seek to understand the special needs of small rural communities and larger provincial towns. Our congregations are diverse, mostly linked together in local Clusters. We recognise God’s creative hand at work and the presbytery is committed to encouraging each expression of God’s activity in the gathered community.

Our Presbytery Standing Committee works towards assisting and enhancing the priorities of presbytery and developing the mission of the church in each congregation. In our Presbytery the "the Standing Committee fulfils the functions of Mission, Education, Pastoral Care, oversight and administration, aided by a Pastoral Relations Committee."

The Presbytery Ministers and Secretary offer gifts of pastoral care, administration, mission development and oversight, thereby assisting and supporting our mission.

 
Contact Us
Staff and current officers of the presbytery:
Presbytery Staff and Officers
Chairperson: Mrs Judy Causon
Deputy Chairperson: Rev Siotami Paletu'a
The Secretary: Mrs Joyce Bartlett
Treasurer: Mrs Kaye Penny
 
Postal Address
Loddon-Mallee Presbytery
PO Box 2088
Bendigo Delivery Centre
3554 VIC
email: lmpresbytery@lm.victas.uca.org.au
 
Tel: (03) 5442 1341

Presbytery Ministers

Presbytery Minister Southern Region ( and eLM): Rev. Rose Broadstock (EFT .6)

Presbytery Minister Northern Region: Rev. Siotame Paletu'a (EFT 1.0) 

Presbytery Minister Administration (Supply)  Judy Berridge

judy.berridge@lm.victas.uca.org.au and her mobile number is 0409 258 230.

 

Bendigo Hospital Chaplain: Rev. Gordon Wild

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