Welcome to Aura Church

Join us this Sunday at 9:30am at Baringa Primary School!

We are now meeting both in person and online for church!

Due to COVID-19, we are currently offering two ways for you to join with us. You can either join us in real time and space at 9:30 on Sunday mornings at the Baringa Primary School, or you can join us each Sunday for a live broadcast at 9:30am.

Jesus doesn’t leave us the same
Jesus changes lives!

Our church exists to bring God glory by obeying Jesus' command to make disciples of all nations. We are convinced that a disciple is not just a believer in Jesus, but a follower of Jesus, whose life is gradually changing to reflect Jesus, with the support and encouragement of Christian brothers and sisters. Jesus doesn’t leave us the same, Jesus changes lives!

Rick Zylstra

Campus Pastor, Aura Church

As campus pastor, Rick looks after the ministry at Aura Church. Married to Rachel, and with 5 boys and a new baby girl, he’s a busy guy. With a background in the building industry, over ten years in ministry, and a heart for the people of Aura, we’re delighted to have Rick on the team.

The Launch of Aura Church

Join us as we Launch a new Church on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. 

Our Stories

Stories and articles about what God is doing in Aura, the Sunshine Coast and beyond.

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Faces of Aura – Kathryn

KATHRYN HOOPER Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family? Hi! I’m Kathryn (on the left) and I’m 23 years old. I have a science degree and currently work as a receptionist and private tutor, and volunteer with an on campus Christian group at USC. I live with my parents and my sister […]

Faces of Aura – JENNY

JENNY ZYLSTRA 1) Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family My husband, Fred and I retired to the Sunshine Coast from Wollongong 2 years ago. We have 3 grown-up children and 8 grandchildren who bring us much joy. 2) What do you enjoy doing for recreation? We enjoy travelling with our caravan, […]

Why Plant a Church in Aura?

Haven’t we got enough churches on the Sunshine Coast already? Isn’t it a waste of time, energy and money to plant another one? Aren’t churches a thing of the past anyway? Kind of like LP’s. They worked well for the previous generation – but now – they are SO outdated that half of you reading […]