Learn about Tom Jewett
For many years, Tom and Anne Jewett travelled in Australia and internationally in the course of ministry, teaching the principles "Wholeness according to the Scriptures" in para-church ministries, conferences and in almost every Christian denomination.
Tom was an ordained Minister in the Anglican Church having served in the Parish Ministry but moving to a wider field. For over three years he was Director of Teen Challenge in the Drug scene at Kings Cross, Sydney and then worked for four years as Director of the London Healing Mission which was within the Anglican Tradition.
Since 1983 Tom and Anne had been in a fully itinerant Ministry, which is known as Isaiah 61 Ministries, a registered Charitable Trust.
The name Isaiah 61 aptly describes the character of their work, "healing the broken hearted and setting the captive "free".
Tom and Anne's long experience in the field has been the means used by God to enable many Christians to be healed and set free from 'bondage'. Others, by applying simple Biblical principles can also do the same for themselves and also for those in need.
Tom Jewett died in March 2013, but during the previous 12 months he and Anne had appointed three new Directors of Isaiah 61 Ministries to ensure continuity of the work and teaching . The new Directors are:
1. The Rev Michael Birch, currently Anglican Rector of the Parish of Tea Gardens, NSW, near Nelson’s Bay (Newcastle Diocese). Michael and his wife Elizabeth (Libby) have knownTom and Anne Jewett for about 40 years and are the spiritual covering for the Team. They have been involved in Healing Seminars and ministry to their parishioners for a long time.
2. Mr Lewis (Lew) Hitchick and his wife Sylvia who live at Bathurst NSW are experienced in prayer counselling and both are very active in Church life and growth in the Anglican Church as well as having busy professions. Lew is editor of two monthly newspapers for the regional Anglican Church.
3. Mr Michael (Mike) Seccombe and his wife Elizabeth (Liz) who live in Orange NSW, and over the last year have been conducting interdenominational home Group workshops based on Tom’s 7 CD set of Teaching, with remarkable testimonies of God’s healing and His faithfulness in the lives of those they have ministered to.
The new Directors are committed to promoting the teaching and ministry of Isaiah 61 through small group seminars, weekend conferences and distribution of teaching resources.
If you are interested in running a small group based on Tom Jewett’s teaching CDs, Mike and Liz have compiled a draft set of Small Group Guidelines to help facilitate effective use of the resources. These guidelines can be supplied via email on request.
If you are interested in booking a weekend seminar with Isaiah 61 Ministries please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
Isaiah 61 Ministries
PO Box 1632, Bathurst NSW 2795.