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The donations, contributions and offerings we receive from church members, associate members, donors and supporters are greatly appreciated. Your partnership in the work we seek to do for our Great God is valued.
Growing and developing the church involves investing in people – especially in the future leadership to ensure our mission of bringing the light and love of Christ into communities is ongoing and sustainable.
Training and development with an emphasis on missional living is vital as we aim to provide new leaders with the opportunity to undertake studies in: (ACCM – Ambassador College of Christian Ministry;
GCS – Grace Communion Seminary;
Emerging Leaders training;
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Our congregations are bound together in one denominational and organisational entity, governed by a National Board and administered by the Superintendent Australasia. Additional donations for direct support to the national office are appreciated
Through the years, many people have left a lasting legacy to the Church’s work by including the Church in their Will. The impact that this can have by providing ongoing support cannot be overstated, and weare grateful to all those who include the Church as a beneficiary of their estate. There are several different kinds of bequests. Whichever you decide is best for you will be a great help in continuing the work of the Grace Communion International.
ACCM educates and equips GCI pastors and ministry leaders in 35 countries around the world, including in some of the poorest parts of the earth. Our work is essential for the important development of healthy church leadership and healthy congregations. Your support enables us to fulfill this vital mission.
The ACCM Sponsorship fund helps the church provide training opportunities for individuals in cohorts in places like the Caribbean, Africa, and the Philippines. Help us fulfil our goal by helping others to share in the journey, and in our communion in Christ.
GCI Australia’s mission to bring the light of Christ into our communities requires growing and developing our leaders and ensuring that our work is ongoing and sustainable. It is vital to provide training and development with an emphasis on missional living to new leaders around our country with the youth development opportunities to continue to live out our mission.
If you would like to know about the possible tax incentives of supporting our youth program through your business, please contact us for more information.
National Equipment Fund
The national equipment fund aims to strategically invest in equipment and training for local congregations enabling enhanced online connections. This will improve streaming quality and professionalism in providing hybrid services for them. The items needed would include HD streaming cameras, laptops, streaming devices (encoders) and broadband mobile devices
Papua New Guinea
Our mission to bring the light of Christ into communities in Papua New Guinea (PNG), through equipping the local pastors and emerging leaders, including annual pastoral visits and ongoing communications with development of facilities to support the Mt Wilhelm PNG community
Members of GCI Australia have a long legacy of assisting GCI communities around the world – whether it be sending much needed funds to regions hit hard by a natural disaster, helping with construction of new buildings, or subsidising registration costs (among many others!). Donations to the Solomon Islands Fund will go to where it is most needed to support the church in this country.
We collect funds which are used for humanitarian purposes and helping those in need, especially in times of disaster.
GCI African Pastors' Basket
Pastors' Basket is an initiative developed between GCI Australia and Africa with a vision to provide a means for uplifting the lives of individuals, families and churches, through training and skills development. The start-up funds provide seed capital for income generating projects, a portion of which is used to help support the local pastor. Projects are based on Asset Based Community Development which aim to be sustainable and capacity building for all involved.
A current project is in place in Kenya for Refugees, where families will be enabled to work on their own, feed, clothe and support their families without the need to seek handouts. This recognizes and builds on their capabilities – with the aim of providing sustainable employment, raised living standards and a brighter future for the children.