WaYout Fellowship Church was established by Stuart Woods in 2012 to help meet the need for both men and women who find church daunting.
For all who want to “check out” who God is, so that an informed choice about Jesus can be considered.
And for all those who want to leave their past behind and make a permanent change.
When you “follow the Creator’s directions” by reading his word – (the Bible): the sinner finds Forgiveness, the hopeless find Hope and the lost become Found – all because of the saving work of Jesus.
Stu Woods has a great heart for Community Chaplaincy and has been pioneering in this field since 2012
“gave me faith and hope again” and “to understand relationships heaps better”
“Getting my good attitude back, the want to help others again… opened my eyes to recognise that I’ve still got good qualities”
“It has certainly helped me… it has empowered me… I feel much calmer and confident” – Wendy
“I’d recommend Sorted! Stuart to anybody that is dealing with life’s problems, to give it ago it really does help as it has for me. Very big thanks to Stuart, keep up the good work.”
“Support… sharing… women enjoying each other… getting to know ourselves better… greatful.. positive”
“My client has been reporting to me that he has been attending [Sorted! course for men] and really enjoying the program- Many thanks and Kind regards”, Psychologist | Adult Drug Court Program
“I think different now…and apply different things from Sorted course to my everyday life, including sharing this info with my kids”
Sharon: “I feel stronger…It’s worth the effort… you’ll change, I’m happier” (September 2017)
“Stuart made my life easy. Now I am now talking to my family. Now I am seeing my son.
I am not doing drugs. Not F***ing around with my life”
“It has helped me so much in my thinking and I use Sorted! and Stuart’s words in my everyday tasks, it also helps me to stay open minded towards other peoples feelings”
“This course (Sorted!) has changed my life and I will tell anyone who needs help”
“I hope to eventually no longer need welfare assistance…and become financially independent”
“It really helped me in my life… helped me control my anger… I really like it… “
“This group has not only helped to strengthen my spirituality bit has also helped me make some new postive friendships”
“The Court and Community Corrections make regular referrals to Break the Cycle Glenquarie, and their holistic range of services has become such an important service for us.
Their facilitated groups for both men and women (Sorted! and Empower) have helped many of our clients make enormous progress in understanding their emotions and motivations.
An aspect of best practise in therapeutic court is to facilitate and introduce participants to partner agencies who can provide positive and constructive experiences. Break the Cycle have a proven track record of understanding our clients and helping them become ordinary normal human beings – so often the simple and fundamental desire of a recovering drug addicted person.”
“The Drug Court NSW is delighted to work closely with Break the Cycle at Glenquarie…”
Community Chaplain Rev. Stuart Woods receives regular referrals from the Drug Court program