The ministry team at Rosemeadow-Appin Anglican Churches have responsibility for leading the congregations. This starts with their own commitment to following Jesus Christ, and the example of their lives. But it also extends to preaching, praying, and overseeing the ministry activities of our churches. Our ministers are often the first point of contact that people have with our church – if you see them around Rosemeadow or Appin, feel free to say, “G’day!”.

Rev. Brett Hall – Senior Minister

Brett started as the Minister of Rosemeadow-Appin Anglican Churches in January 2014 after graduating from Moore Theological College. He returned to Moore in 2019 to continue studying part-time.
He has been married to Von since 2017.
Brett didn’t grow up in a Christian family but in 2004 started exploring the meaning of life, universe & everything. It didn’t take long before realising that atheism was pretty unsatisfying, and that Jesus makes much more sense of everything.

Brett’s day off is Friday, and Tuesday is his study day.

Rev. Michael Kinsey – Senior Assistant Minister

Michael started as an Assistant Minister at Rosemeadow-Appin Anglican Churches in January 2016 after graduating from Moore Theological College. Michael is married to Helen, and they’ve got three pre-school children, Phinehas, Felicity, and Janora.
Michael first heard about Jesus in a scripture class in primary school, and since then has been captivated by him. Jesus’ teaching, miracles and especially his death and resurrection have completely changed Michael’s life, and he’d love to tell you about it!
Michael’s works for Campbelltown Area High School Ministry on Thursday, and his days off are Friday & Saturday.

Tara Fryar – Ministry Apprentice

Tara started her Ministry Apprenticeship at Rosemeadow-Appin Anglican Churches in January 2019 in partnership with the Ministry Training Strategy (MTS) & Vocational Bible College (VBC). Tara has been married to Adam since 2012.
Tara grew up in a Roman Catholic family, mostly going to church at just Easter & Christmas. She was invited to another church by a school friend one Easter where she heard clearly that it’s not what we do but what Jesus has done that makes us acceptable to God. She’s kept growing as a follower of Jesus since then, and is looking forward to doing more ministry during her apprenticeship.
Tara’s day off is Tuesday, and she studies with VBC on Wednesday.