Outreach AT KAC

““Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation.

Mark 16:15

At KAC we believe in the vital importance of the gospel of Jesus Christ for the salvation of all people, in Kellyville and beyond. To that end, our Mission Action Group meets regularly to discuss, plan and sponsor initiatives within our local area and around the world.

LOCALLY

Annual Food Drive in partnership with Anglicare

Each September, KAC partners with Coles, Kellyville, to invite our community to donate non-perishable goods from their grocery order to those in need.  These goods are transferred to Anglicare for distribution. For more information, or to assist, contact Kathy Chase at katti1@live.com.au

Serve Kellyville & Beyond

Each year, our KAC small groups are encouraged to undertake a service project, to show the love of Jesus in Kellyville and beyond. These projects range from local to international projects, from fundraising to acts of service.

English as a second language (ESL) classes

On Friday mornings, KAC hosts English classes for people from a variety of backgrounds. Join us for language learning, morning tea and a short Bible study. For more information, contact our church office.

Scripture in Schools

Each school term, KAC oversees the provision of Special Religious Education by volunteers from various local churches in four of our local public primary schools.  We also provide financial and prayer support for KARHCEE, who employ teachers to teach Scripture in our local public high schools.

Mission Awareness and Development

From time to time, KAC runs short term missional field trips, in order to visit, encourage and support our overseas mission partners or sponsored children.  KAC also hosts occasional courses in understanding world missions, such as the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement course.

AROUND THE WORLD

KAC partners with individuals, families and organisations to bring the good news of Jesus to parts of the world that haven’t already heard of Jesus, as well as to places that lack material resources.

Broome, WA.

Chris and Karen Webb, and their children Ezra, Daniel and Emily serve with CMS at Broome Peoples Church. Chris is the church’s minister, while Karen reads the Bible and builds relationships with Indigenous women. KAC provide the Webb family with prayer and financial support. For more information, see cms.org.au

Open Doors Australia

Mike Gore with Open Doors, seeks to bring the message of Jesus to places that are particularly hostile to Christianity. Their work is of a highly sensitive nature. For more information, see opendoors.org

Pete McCutchen, Oceania Region

Pete serves with Evangelism Explosion as a field worker for the Oceania region. Pete is involved in local evangelism and training local leaders in Christian ministry. KAC provide Pete with financial and prayer support. For more information, see evangelismexplosion.org

Alan and Helen Wood, Jakarta, Indonesia

Alan is currently the rector of All Saints Jakarta and Helen assists with administration and relationships with local people and refugees. KAC provides prayer support to Alan and Helen.

The Neal family in India

Brian and Jen Neal, and their children Adelaide and Matilda, are serving with SIM in underdeveloped areas in northern India. They work with locals to develop all aspects of their community, including health care, literacy, sanitation, and income generation. KAC provide the Neal family with prayer and financial support.

Vernon Wilkins, SIM MECO

Vernon currently lives in Hampshire in the UK. He serves God faithfully by providing Bible training in a church in England and runs Bible handling courses in a sensitive location overseas.