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© Silver Street Baptist Mission.

May 2017









SILVER STREET BAPTIST MISSION grew out of Marrickville Baptist Church (established 1887) as an effort to keep outreach and service in clear focus, particularly once Peter Green moved to non-stipendiary status.

We have a clear interest in marginalised people, and aim to love God, love people and preach the gospel.

We could be described as an unconventional evangelical church.

Peter Green…

Pastor at Silver Street since 1984, initially while still studying at Morning Theological College. He is widowed, has four adult children, and was a Town Planner in Local Government before training for ministry.

Peter also edited The Australian Baptist between 1989 and 1991, and worked in market research, mainly on databases, between 1999 and 2014

Jay Bautista…

Secretary at Silver Street since 2010, is married to Mouy, and has two children. He works in the insurance industry.

Jay grew up in the church, but moved interstate before returning and eventually becoming a deacon and the secretary.

Neph Bautista…

Treasurer at Silver Street since 1988, is married with three children: Jay is one. He began attending the church in 1982, and is a retired computer programmer.

Others leaders

Mouy Bautista looks after liturgical matters, is married to Jay and from a Cambodian background. She grew up in the Fairfield area and works in the communications industry.

Divina Bautista is married to Neph, and has retired from the travel industry. Divina manages church meals.

John Brown, a retired electrician, looks after maintenance and has particular ministries in the area of prayer, especially prayer for healing.

Jan Short is a semi-retired factory supervisor and has ministries in the area of community activities and social events.