New Projects & Charities


  • Events And Functions for 2019 
  • February 22nd – Grow River Retreat – Mannum Caravan Park – 2 night’s stay
  • March 31st – Lunch Day 
  • April 21st – palm Sunday 
  • April 26th – Good Friday 
  • April 28th – Easter Sunday 
  • May Saturday 25th – Mother’s Day Function- At our function Centre 17 Herbert Rd West Croydon
  • June 30th – Family Lunch Day  
  • July Sunday 21st – St Elias Day Lunch – 17 Herbert Rd West Croydon
  • August 25th – Family lunch Day
  • September 29th – Family lunch Day
  • October 26th – St Elias Annual Function – The Druze Function Centre- 126 Belair Rd Hawthorn 
  • November 24th – Family Lunch Day
  • December 22nd – Christmas Party


Kid’s Carnival 2018

Our Kid’s Carnival was an absolute success. We raised Over 15K  (After expenses )  . We have  presented a cheque of $11590.10 to the Enzo Cornejo trust account .  This will help the family with travelling expenses to and from Boston USA for treatment for Enzo. We will be supporting the Enzo Cornejo fund throughout the year.

Sunday School –  Teachers 

  • Josiane Rabbah                                 
  • Christine Madi
  • Joyce Haddad
  • Terese Kartabani    

We encourage you to send your children to Sunday School classes since it is our responsibility to work together as educators and parents to equip our children with a strong foundation of Orthodox Faith and help them build a spiritual life.

  Grow Health Program

Grow Mental Health program supported by Grants SA.

Every Tuesday at 7 PM – 17 Herbert Road West Croydon

Grow – Health Program – Supported by the Multicultural Infrastructure fund upgrade of community facilities. A proven program for mental wellbeing. – The more we share, the more we talk, the more chance we can break down the stigma within our community about this Illness. One in four under the age of 25 has a mental illness of some sort. If we are able to talk about it and support those that are isolated we can maybe save a life.
We will set up this program with the help of Grow. This program is not just directed to our youth. It is open to all ages. Our experience has leaded us to believe that this is a growing issue and receiving professional help is more difficult than we think. Also some professional agencies are no longer accepting new patience. Other agencies are booked up 4 to 6 weeks. Not many people can afford the charges of some of these professionals. This alone is a serious issue that each organisation like ours must take seriously.
We have created a more comfortable and welcoming venue for the South Australian Community.

Mobile Community Assistance Program – Commenced 2018

This program is proudly supported by : Foodbank, CMI Toyota and Grants SA

This enables us to deliver our existing services to the wider community. It will benefit those that are most vulnerable and especially new migrants .

With this service we have noticed that there is a growing demand for new migrants needing the appropriate services that suit their needs. The demand has been much greater than what we can handle and by opening an office we are able to cater to a much wider target group and reach so much more people.

• Settlement services program: We assist new migrants with all their settlement needs.
• Support our youth community with all types of life challenges.
• Connect with other communities to enable us to provide a wide range of support to our community.
• Deliver food hampers to those that are not so fortunate, especially around Christmas.
• Support other communities with their own projects.
• Funeral Services – We supply a wide range of support for families that have lost a loved one. We assist people with planning of their funeral .We can also help financially.
• We support the elderly with connecting them with other people their age. Isolation is a serious issue with the elderly so we try to keep them busy with many projects that involve them in connecting with other people.
• We also donate to some local charities and communities that are doing good work to benefit our south Australian community.