At All Nations Presbyterian Church (ANPC), we believe that world mission is important. We use 10% of church income to support local and international missions. We receive regular updates from these mission organisations and we invite representatives to speak to the church about their work. ANPC currently supports 11 missions both financially and in prayer.
Andrew and Sharon Beel
Andrew and Sharon are city missionaries in Perth ministering to the homosexual and prostitute communities.
This organisation works in many parts of the world to put Bibles and Bible study resources to people who can’t either afford or access these materials, including areas where the church is persecuted by authorities.
Sam B in Nepal
Sam is involved in Diaspora work in Nepal, seeking to assist Nepali people returning to Nepal and encourage Nepali churches.
This interdenominational ministry aims to raise awareness about social and political issues amongst Christians and non-Christians. They publish materials to help people think through the issues from a Christian perspective.
Mustard Seed Orphanage
This orphanage cares for those affected by the difficult conditions in Burma, particularly women and children. The organisation has also been involved with training local pastors to work in their own communities.
Overseas Missionary Fellowship
David and Wendy Marshall and their three sons have been ministering in Japan providing support to other missionaries. David teaches at an international school for the children of missionary workers. Wendy is the editor of Japan Harvest, and reaches out to non-Christian Japanese women.
Pregnancy Problem House
This organisation does an incredible job in supporting women who are pregnant in crisis situations, such as domestic violence and unplanned pregnancies.
Shalom Science Institute
SSI is a Christian school in the Philippines providing quality education to children of Christian, non-Christian and Muslim background. It has been effective at bringing peace between Muslims and Christians.
Tanna Island Mission
Tom and Margaret Richards with their four young children are ministering in Tanna, Vanuatu. Tom is teaching at a Theological College and supporting local missionaries in different villages.
Trinity Theological College
Trinity Theological College is a non-denominational college in Perth. The College prepares people for Christian service in churches and other Christian ministries, as well as trains students to become pastors.
Middle East Reformed Fellowship (MERF)
MERF is an evangelical Christian missionary organization which serves in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. MERF aims to strengthen national churches with ministries of evangelism, church extension, biblical training, and diaconal aid.