A group of Year 11 girls from Carramar and Duncraig spent their school holidays making a difference at Bethany Home in Malaysia. Students helped the children with their aerobics, motor skills, physical education and arts and crafts, while also taking the time to create a beautiful Peter Pan mural. The Tour no doubt forged close friendships and created memories the girls will never forget.

Bethany Home Fundraising Dinner

12 March 2019

Dear Bethany Family

During the month of March, Pastor Eliezer Peter, seven staff members and two children will be joining St Stephen’s for some Professional Development and a brief holiday from Bethany Home. Whilst here, Pastor Eliezer and his staff would like to hold their annual fundraising dinner and, at the same time catch up with past and present ‘tour’ students and their parents.

Dinner will be prepared by the Bethany staff and a variety of presentations will be delivered.

Bookings and payment can be made using the Trybooking link below, at this time you will be able to purchase your tickets and advise of any dietary requirements you may have.


On behalf of St Stephen’s School and Bethany Home, we look forward to seeing you there.

Mr Brett Roberts

Head of Carramar Campus

Bethany Home 2018 Fundraiser

On Friday, 23 March the Bethany Home 2018 Tour Team participated in a sausage sizzle fundraiser at Bunnings, Joondalup. The money raised will support the work at Bethany Home for disabled children in Malaysia. The lovely Bethany Home teachers & staff, who are visiting Australia for professional development, came to sample the Aussie hot dogs.

Nicola Kirby

Science & Human Biology Teacher

“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” – Second Corinthians 9:7


Tour of Service – Bethany Home

Ms Ntoumenopoulos and Mr Lance Owen accompanied eight Year 11 students from across our campuses on the St Stephen’s Global Programs visit to Bethany Home in Malaysia. The life-changing trip saw the group live and work at Bethany Home – a school for students with various disabilities – helping with daily tasks and leaving their mark with a beautiful mural on the buildings.

“It’s a privilege to leave a part of ourselves at such a beautiful place, although the etchings Bethany Home has left on us cut far deeper and will no doubt last much longer,” Duncraig English and Drama Teacher Ms Stefani Ntoumenopoulos reflected.

See more about their adventure at Bethany October 2017 Tour

“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” – Galatians 6:2