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Our annual World Missions Conference is a week where we focus on gospel mission outside our city and be a part of 'Planting Hope'. The purpose of the conference is to build Our biblical understanding of mission; challenge us to be active in mission and to raise prayer and support for our key Mission Partners we will support over the next 12 months.
For more information about the World Missions Conference please contact Langdon Stewart or call the office on 4272 1322.
In 2020 our key Mission Partners are:
Our 2nd and 3rd Tier Mission partners include: Roger & Noriko Dethlefs in Japan; Anglican Aid, Watoto, Compassion, Bush Church Aid Society, African Enterprise, Forever Projects, MAF, the Irene Gleeson Foundation, Angaza and others.
For more information about our 2020 Mission Partners download the 2020 WMC PDF booklet
As well as praying and supporting mission work, ministry trips give members a chance to take part in mission work around the world. These are great opportunities for serving other places, being discipled, and even being challenged about the opportunities for serving in mission around the world. Each year we have had Field Trips to see the work of Compassion in Thailand, equipping churches with an EE tool in July, and we are seeking future opportunities in the NT.
For more information about ministry trips or to get involved please contact Langdon Stewart or call the office on 4272 1322.
Angaza Beyond is a partnership between Figtree Anglican and Nairobi Chapel in Kenya, to provide primary school ‘shipping container’ libraries for children from the slums. The libraries we send are a shipping container, outfitted (including books) to become the library building on-site at a school.
Books in good condition for primary children are suitable for donation - fiction & non-fiction without themes of violence, magic or materialism.
For more information about Angaza Beyond or to get involved please email email@example.com or call the church office on 4272 1322.
Days for Girls is a compassionate ministry about supporting girls in developing countries to stay in school and continue with their education. Even today, there are still places around the world where girls do not have access to sanitary products … Days for Girls is about sewing sanitary hygiene kits for these girls so they can continue to go to school when menstruating.
A faithful team meet monthly on a Saturday (not Dec or Jan) from 10am-4pm at Figtree Anglican, to make ‘kits’. Even if you can’t sew or have limited sewing experience there are tasks you can do to assist.