Lyn Borthistle is starting a new church.
Lyn Borthistle is starting a new church. John Gass

New Tweed church a self-confessed no name

A CHURCH being established in Tweed Heads aims to bring disenfranchised people back to the fold.

Pastor Lyn Borthistle founded God's No Name Church as a non-denominational place of worship.

"There are a lot of people that are just out of the church," Pastor Borthistle said.

"Words are cheap but we need to show the love."

Pastor Borthistle said this church was needed in Tweed Heads right now.

"There is a need for respect and love in the church," she said.

"We are a fellowship and not revolving around programs.

"The love of god is so real and it really blows me away."

Pastor Borthistle said the church's big vision was to reach the lost, hurting, broken and/or downtrodden members of the community and give them hope.

Before setting up on the Tweed, Pastor Borthistle spent years in Western Australia helping aboriginal communities.

God's No Name Church's first meeting on Sunday, October 28, is in The Ultima Room at the Ultima Resort, 20 Stuart St, Tweed Heads.

The meeting starts at 9.30am.



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