Rev. Bruce SpencerWelcome to Jervis Bay Baptist Church.

It is our hope that this website will help you discover more about who we are and what we do. If you are looking for a place to worship God in the Bay & Basin area, maybe we are the place for you. We are a friendly lot and range from small children to great-grandparents enjoying a relaxed, blended style of worship.

As a church, we are seeking to live out what it means to be a follower of Jesus as we explore God’s word together. This desire to allow God to shape us into the people He wants us to be, impacts how we care for each other and how we relate to the community that we are a part of.

So please check out the website and we pray God continues to draw you to himself.


inside JBBCPrayer: 8:45 am
Family Service: 9:30am (except during big Huskisson Triathlon)

Children: A program is usually run in the second half of the service. A creche room with sound, window, toys and seats is available.

Sermons: Recordings are avaiable in the Media section of this website. Please feel free to check out our current series.

Morning Tea: Please join us after the service for morning tea and a chat.

Most Sundays a Bookstall is also available for purchase of christian books, cards and bibles.

Sunday Services: 9:30am 

Easter Friday and Christmas Day services are also at 9:30am. During the Big Husky triathlon in March, we hold the Sunday service late in the afternoon due to traffic closures and conjestion in the morning.

Cnr The Wool Road & St, Georges Avenue, Vincentia



To CONNECT with our Community


To use our God-given abilities in MINISTRY

To be a place of BELONGING


Core Five

The Essence of the Baptist Movement

Christ Centered, Mission Shaped, Relationally Committed, People Empowering, Partnership Orientated


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Bruce SpencerPastor

Rev Bruce Spencer has been pastor at Jervis Bay Baptist church since May 2011. He believes in the ministry of all believers and sees his role as supporting, enabling and encouraging people in the ministry we all do together. 


Vision Team

The Vision Team is to be a mature, reflective and consultative body of people who guide and encourage the Church by developing and supporting the Guiding Principles of the Church. These include:

  • Direction Principles - tell us where we are going, and include a concise mission statement [why we exist] and a handful of key components which have measurable goals.
  • Boundary Principles – provide the limitations the Pastoral Team Leader must work within to achieve the Direction Principles.

The Vision Team shall ensure that the governance of the Church is healthy.


Administration Team 

Manages things including

  • legal,
  • financial,
  • property,
  • union and
  • general administration.


Care Team

Cares for people

  • the hospitalised and sick,
  • those in crisis or in acute or chronic need,
  • those in disunity  with the fellowship,
  • those in spiritual danger and
  • people new to the church


Mission and Ministry Team

Creates and resources ministry. Focused on :

  • Assess, encourage, resource and grow existing ministries
  • Develop new ministry initiatives
  • Maintain the mission focus of the church in the local community
  • Community relations and promotion
  • Connecting new Christians into the life of the church.
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