Brad and Colleen Coath

Broadmeadows, Melbourne, Australia

Coath

Brad and Colleen Coath, together with their two sons Samuel and Hudson, live and serve in Broadmeadows in Melbourne’s north-west. Broadmeadows is one of Melbourne’s most culturally diverse areas. They seek to build Christ-centered community on the margins, by being a Christian presence in the neighbourhood and partnering with local organisations and people to bring empowerment, discipleship and community growth. Some of the activities which contribute to these goals are:

  • teaching English
  • visiting immigration detention (MITA, Broadmeadows)
  • facilitating refugee cooking projects
  • involvement in local school and neighbourhood initiatives
  • open home hospitality.

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