We are not your typical church. We are certainly not your typical Anglican church.
We don’t just have one type of person. Men and women from over 70 different cultures attend our services. We are a church is made up of people descended from all over–from the Pacific Islands, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Asia, the Subcontinent, the Americas and we are proud to have Indigenous Australian brothers and sisters as well.
Mal is Lead Pastor at Multicultural Bible Ministry. He is married to Tamara and they have three teenage children: Annabelle, Adam and Zara. As the son of a policeman, Mal grew up in living in Lithgow, Lake Macquarie and New Zealand
Mal has served in a number of different Churches in Australia as well as overseas. He also taught preaching at Sydney Missionary and Bible College for 15 years.
Mal enjoys spending time with people from other cultures, particularly if food is involved.
Warden - Treasurer
Lead Pastor + Campus Pastor
Ministry + Youth Pastor
Assistant Youth Minister
Women's Pastoral Minister
Parramatta Campus Pastor
Village Campus Pastor
Central Support Team
Administration and Safe Ministry
Growth Group Integrator
Kids Resource Creation
Founding Pastor / Ray Galea
Ray Galea, along with his wife Sandy, began the Multicultural Bible Ministry in 1991. Ray transitioned to become the Lead Pastor of Fellowship Dubai in May 2022.
We are committed to being a Safe Community
We believe that all people are to be respected and valued as they are made in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). MBM is committed to the safety, protection and wellbeing of all children and vulnerable people and actively seeks to prevent all form of abuse. We make every effort to provide an environment of safety and support for all.
Our Safe Ministry Policy has been developed to help us live out our Biblical mandate and our legal responsibilities under Australian legislation. This encompasses training and education of staff, volunteers, church members on dealing with all forms of abuse, and risk minimisation strategies to prevent abuse from occurring within the ministries of the church.