Our Mission Partners

Our Mission Partners

The Wrights

Tony is involved in teaching the Bible and training university students through Pacific Students for Christ. Susie is involved in ministry at Suva Women’s Prison, including teaching programs and one to one discipleship. Update on the Wrights.

The Starrs

Stuart is the lead Pastor at New Life Anglican Church situated in a new suburb full of opportunity, new friends and new challenges. Stuart and Carolyn have a great desire to see new life in Jesus come to every home in Oran Park. Update on the Starrs.

Ministry in Wickham

Richard & Tracy Goscombe together with Matt & Naomi Warth live in the mining town of Wickham in the Pilbara region of WA. They proclaim Jesus while providing practical care, positive relationships and assistance to disadvantaged people (especially those who are Aboriginal) to create a suitable environment for discipleship to take place. Update on ministry in Wickham.

Barnabas Fund

Barnabas Fund sends financial support to projects that help Christians where they suffer discrimination, oppression and persecution as a consequence of their faith. The projects aim to strengthen Christian individuals, churches and their communities by providing material and spiritual support in response to their needs. Update on Barnabas Fund.

Moore and Youthworks College

Moore College and Youthworks College prepare men and women for a lifetime of ministry and mission through in-depth theological training. We partner with these colleges as they shape the next generation of those who will proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to adults, youth and children in Sydney and beyond.

African Enterprise

As an Australian supporting church, we help to finance and equip the work of African Enterprise (AE). AE is involved in sharing the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in the cities of Africa – in word and deed – and in partnership with local churches. Update on African Enterprise.

Anglican Aid

Anglican Aid advances the work of the Anglican Church of Australia within the Diocese of Sydney by proclaiming the love of God as shown in Christ through social welfare, pastoral care and charitable and humanitarian work for the relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune and helplessness. We partner with them particularly in the context of their Australian projects. Update on Anglican Aid.