Mobilise Your Church

There is a growing movement of churches that are sending and supporting church planters and church planting teams across Australia. It is a vital role in urgently taking the gospel to the places where it is needed. The New Testament model for starting new churches is simple: churches plant churches (Acts 13).

Sending Church

A Sending Church takes responsibility for a new church plant until the plant is self-sustaining, self-governing and self-propagating. Click here to let us know you’d like to think through becoming a Sending Church.

Supporting Church

A Supporting Church partners with a church plant by praying with and for the church, participating in ministry through short-term teams and/or helping provide for the physical needs of the church. Click here to let us know you’d like to think through becoming a Supporting Church.

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