Missions & Partnering
Missions & Partnering
Global Care is the social justice arm of INC and as a church we head up mission work into the nation of Vanuatu. We believe that God’s heart is for the nations, and we are committed to partnering with the church globally in their mission. Vanuatu is a beautiful nation with a big heart and its our joy to work there!
Since 2015 our church has been very involved in community building work in Vanuatu including disaster relief after Cyclone Pam, building projects, supporting churches, helping a community get sustainable fresh water, medical clinics, eye testing, glasses distribution and sanitation education. We regularly send teams to Vanuatu and recently sent our first youth team, made up of high school students. It’s our joy to partner with the churches of Vanuatu to see the Kingdom of God come in their nation!
If you would like to contribute to our work in Vanuatu, please click the button below and be sure to add Global Care in the notes section.
As a church, we are passionate about supporting the persecuted church through partnering with Open Doors. Open Doors works in over 70 countries supporting those who are persecuted for their faith in Jesus. They focus on Bible distribution, training for church leaders and practical support for those who are in need due to persecution. They also work to inspire the church globally to pray for our brothers and sisters in chains. Once a month we spend time in our service praying for the persecuted church and we host Open Doors events to raise prayer and awareness surrounding their cause.
For more information see the Open Doors website at: opendoors.org.au
Dominion Youth is passionate about social justice issues in our world. We don’t just want to talk about it, we want to do something about it, so we support A21, an organisation with a mission to end slavery, everywhere, forever.
A21 is a nonprofit organization fueled by radical hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. Our youth ministry has been raising money and awareness to support their work through our youth canteen, through bake sales and through the annual A21 Walk for Freedom.
Dominion Youth would love you to be part so stay posted for details about upcoming fundraisers and events. For more information on the incredible work of A21 check out their website at a21.org.
Our ladies connect groups have been committed to supporting Destiny Rescue for many years. Destiny Rescue is an internationally-recognized Christian non-profit organisation dedicated to rescuing children trapped in the sex trade. Their vision is to rescue the sexually exploited and enslaved, restore the abused, protect the vulnerable, empower the poor and be a voice for those who can’t speak up for themselves. Destiny Rescue workers go into very dangerous places to physically rescue children who are enslaved and sexually exploited and then work to rehabilitate and restore these children.
We are passionate about the work of Destiny Rescue and it’s our joy to support them in their incredibly important work. For more information, please see their website at: destinyrescue.org.au
Each month our church supports Bruce Hills, International Director of World Outreach. World Outreach International (WOI) exists to impact least reached people groups with the Good News of Jesus Christ. A “least-reached people” is a culturally unique ethnic group who require outside assistance because they do not have sufficient resources or communities of believing Christians to effectively evangelise their own people. There are still 2.9 billion people in the world living in a least-reached people group who have never heard the name of Jesus Christ. WOI are currently ministering in 91 least reached people groups across the world. Their ministry is diverse. They focus on raising leaders, evangelism, church planting, mobilising missionaries from all nations, children’s ministry and humanitarian aid.
As the International Director of this organisation, Bruce Hills’ ministry is having a major impact around the world. We may not be able to go where he goes, or do what he does, but we get to impact the nations through partnering with him in his work.
For more information on World Outreach International please see their website at: world-outreach.com.