Evangelist and Trainer, Sarah Seabrook


Sarah Seabrook

Sarah Seabrook is an itinerant resource person for your church working as a trainer, consultant and speaker. She is passionate about working with Sydney Anglican churches to make the most of the spheres of influence and connection that parishioners have with their community.

To this end, after consultation with you, Sarah can run whole church or small group sessions in: sharing the gospel conversationally, being equipped in testimony giving and implementing the 'next steps' required to give confidence and competence in gospel outreach. She is also available to give talks and to consult with leaders about how to raise the evangelistic efforts of their churches.


Sarah has been engaged in a variety of ways to enthuse and encourage evangelism in local Sydney churches. She was the topical speaker alongside Archdeacon Kara Hartley at the inaugural Women in Ministry Regional Conferences last year on the topic of 'Mission in our backyard' utilising the NCLS data to help explain the gaps in our approach to outreach and how to fill them. She held outreach training sessions in churches like Minchinbury, Dundas and Pymble and at the ENC evangelism conference, gave talks in Sans Souci, Minchinbury, Glenhaven, Marsden Park and Lindfield and has been able to share her insights at Moore College among students training for ministry.