Sid Eavis


Sid Eavis was born in England at the outset of the Second World War, growing up during a period of fear and insecurity. However, because he knew nothing else, this was “normal” and a safe roof over one’s head or regular meals were never taken for granted. Even after the end of the war food and clothes rationing existed well into the 1950’s and there was no such thing as inflation or global warming!

After Sid's wife Jenny was healed from cancer through the association with Canon Jim Glennon to the Glory of God the couple studied theology at Moore College in Sydney, Australia and became leaders in the Healing Ministry team, with a special ministry to cancer sufferers and their carers.
After 20 years in ministry and friendship with Canon Jim, Sid took over the remnant of Jim's congregation and the fellowship group still meet every Friday to celebrate Holy Communion and the laying on of hands for healing, Body, Mind and Spirit. Sid presents a three-minute sermon each week and encourages the group to interact with comment, questions and a discussion time. This is very edifying for everyone and its a great pity the church are not more open to have honest discussion about things we can all misunderstand from time to time.
As Sid presented these weekly studies, the group asked for some written notes to re-visit some of the issues and it was because of this request that the book was written. We can all re-visit our belief in the Word as well as the way in which we conduct our daily lives, either in Christian love or within the secular world structure.
Sid and Jenny live in Balgowlah, Sydney Australia, and have four children and five grandchildren and one great grand child.


This member has not published any books.