The Churches of Christ Property Trust – or Property Trust– works with the Conference Executive of Churches of Christ in New South Wales to support the
good governance and stewardship of Fresh Hope property resources.
The Property Trust is the owner of church property and acts as trustee for affiliated churches under the terms of Churches of Christ in New South Wales
Incorporation Act 1947 (the 1947 Act).
The Property Trust holds church property on trust and for the benefit of individual churches and Churches of Christ agencies.
Property trust services
Property Trust provides investments, loans and other services to our affiliated churches.
It is important that you contact the Property Trust as the first step for any property related project you are undertaking.
The Property Trust supports churches with:
Who is the property trust?
The Trust (ABN 73 068 989 953) is a perpetual, “legal person” constituted and incorporated under the 1947 Act. Amongst other things, the 1947 Act sets out the purpose and powers of the Trust;
its relationship to Conference; and other matters – for example – the process for churches passing special resolutions.
The Trust (board) consists of up to nine members each elected by Conference for nine-year terms.
Since local churches and the Conference are seen to be a collection of individuals, it is necessary to have a trustee or trustees to hold property and to enter into contracts.
Contact the Trust for information about the board meeting schedule and agenda submission requirements (including agenda, “cut-off” dates).
Fund interest rates – Contact Mr James Cartwright, Corporate Secretary, (02) 8573 6000 or by email: email@example.com
Fund loan application – Contact Mr James Cartwright, Corporate Secretary, (02) 8573 6000, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org