Our Staff

Michael Robinson Michael Robinson – Senior Minister
Michael is married to Ann, and together they have four fantastic grown up kids, and an ever-increasing number of adorable grandchildren. Before coming to Blacktown in September 2005, Michael served in several Sydney parishes and was director of Anglican Television. He loves teaching people from the Bible and seeing them grow in their relationship with Jesus. He also enjoys being part of the music team with his guitar and singing.
Graeme Marks Graeme Marks – Senior Assistant Minister
Graeme is married to Merrin, they have two adult children, Lyn and Phil. Prior to joining the staff in 2009, Graeme ran his own training and consulting business while holding a number of voluntary lay positions in various churches and organisations around the diocese of Sydney. His focus in on our 8am and 10am services, our midweek and seniors’ ministry, and small bible study ministries. He loves to share the bible and help people know Jesus more and more.
Luke Thomson Luke Thomson – Families, Youth & Young Adults Minister
Luke is married to Jennifer, and father to Emily & Kaitlyn. He oversees all our ministries to children, youth and their families, and co-ordinates our evening service and young adults ministry. He loves helping young people understand how good it is to know and follow Jesus. Luke also enjoys supporting the Sydney Swans, playing sport, board games & his guitar.
Eliya Basha Eliya Basha – Sudanese Pastor
Before Eiliya came to Australia in March 2003 he served in the Evangelical churches in the Sudan. He also served in the Sudanese community Church in Cairo, Egypt. He always wanted everybody to know Christ and have eternal security. Eiliya is married to Wahiba, and father of six children. The oldest is in the higher secondary school.
Jean Marlow Jean Marlow – Office Administrator
Jean provides support so the ministry staff can concentrate on ministry. When not working, Jean and her husband Robert love being with their extended family, concerts (blues/rock/country/folk/jazz), old movies and AFL football (go the mighty dogs!)