Ephraim House Moree seeks to acknowledge the cultural perspectives and values of the indigenous people, and the family groups represented in our community.
Paul and Erin believe that God has called them to serve and work alongside Indigenous people, helping to equip and resource them to be relevant Christian witnesses in the community to their own people through various contexts and areas of community support including disability, education and community welfare. Ephraim House Moree is the formal name given to the ministry work that is carried out by an amazing team of workers headed up by Paul & Erin Strahan and their family! In the community EHM is more commonly known as “Paul n Erin”, “church” and “strahans” or “them fullas over there in Amaroo”.
The culture and environment that Ephraim House Moree strives to create through the ministry work, is one that has a commitment to being approachable, relevant and deeply invested with Australia’s First Nation people.
We acknowledge the One True God who created all lands, and those He has given the authority to be the custodians of this land on which we live and conduct business.
We pay our respects to those elders God has in place, and has had in place and has yet to put in place