Presbyterian Care Australia is a nation-wide alliance committed to providing excellent care and accommodation to older people. Members representing their respective states are (click logo for more details):


 Western Australia                   South Australia                    New South Wales                   Queensland                Australian Capital Territory              Victoria




Presbyterian Aged Care NSW & ACT

Our Mission & Values

Our Mission Statement says why we exist – what our key purpose is.

Our Values Statement says what we believe in – how we will behave.



The Presbyterian Aged Care Mission Statement (our reason to exist) is:


To provide care and accommodation for older people, with a commitment to excellence inspired by the life and teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ.




The Values Statement (what we believe in) is:


Presbyterian Aged Care values:

  • The dignity and worth of every person created in God’s image,
  • Showing compassion and love by caring for and nurturing the whole person – physical, social, emotional and spiritual,
  • Supporting community life, where people can live together in harmony, safety and security,
  • Acting justly and fairly, ensuring equity of access to care and accommodation, including for those in poverty or need,
  • Honesty and ethical behaviour,
  • Good stewardship of the resources that are our responsibility, and
  • Our staff and volunteers, supporting them to develop their skills and achieve satisfaction in serving others.

For the full version of our mission in consideration of a biblical basis for aged care ministry, click here.


Organisational Structure

Our organisational structure can be viewed by clicking here.


Presbyterian Aged Care NSW & ACT (PAC) is operated by a Committee of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Australia (New South Wales). It is responsible for the Residential Aged Care facilities, Home Care and Seniors Housing operated by the Presbyterian Church in NSW and the ACT.

The PAC Committee annually reports to the General Assembly and provides the Trustees with regular reports.

To view the Code Part III Section A8, click here.

Administration of congregational local Aged Care programs shall remain with the management committee established for such purpose by the congregation. Some of our Independent Living Units are managed in this way.


Presbyterian Aged Care Committee:

  • Bruce Christian (Convener)
  • Justin Ang
  • Ken Bosward
  • Ian Dunbar
  • Peter Dunstan
  • Peter Graham
  • Doug Lennie
  • Ann Logan
  • Lindsay Paterson
  • Fiona Perry
  • Peter Rothnie
  • Margaret Mackenzie

Executive Leadership Team:

  • Paul Sadler (Chief Executive Officer)
  • Andrew Nightingale (Chief Financial Officer)
  • David Fleming (Director Consumer Experience & Growth)
  • Olivia Wood (Director Care & Quality)
  • Peter Newing (Chief Information Officer)
  • Julie Shearman (Director People, Culture, & Engagement)
  • Phil Paul (Senior Chaplain)