Mission & Justice
Catalyst is a network of people at our church, and in churches across Australia, who are committed to the cause of the poor and marginalised. The PBC Catalyst group meets monthly to discuss and learn about issues of justice, pray for our leaders and those in need. The group also plans activities throughout the year that raise awareness and call for action amongst our church, the community and community leaders.
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SRE & Chaplaincy
We currently have a great team of volunteers who help teach Scripture in our local Primary and High Schools.
Together with the local Anglican Church and individual sponsors we also financially support Christian workers in both Northmead and Model Farms High Schools.
We also are involved in a monthly service at the Constitution Hill Retirement Village alongside the local Anglican, Uniting, Baptist and Catholic churches.
We believe that every one of us is called to be on mission everyday right where God has placed us. We also recognise there are those who are called vocationally into missionary work, and support missionaries in a variety of roles and places around our world.
As a church we partner with our missionaries through financially, prayerfully and relationally supporting them and the missionary work they feel called to. Regular updates from our missionaries are available in the foyer.
Edge Uganda is a not-for-profit organisation serving orphans and vulnerable children in the Kisoro District in the south-western corner of Uganda. Our vision is for children to be enabled to reach their potential, living in the safety, dignity and sufficiency that God intends for all people.
What we do as an organisation is:
Providing access to schooling and to gain further skills and qualifications, enabling them to earn a living and contribute to the well-being of their family and society.
Working with the children’s families to improve their standard of living, such as clean water supply (tanks); sanitation (safe and more hygienic latrines); solar power for lights in their homes; and helping to replace unliveable houses.
Beyond the confines of poverty into a full, dignified and independent life; widening the scope of what is possiblel creating opportunities and providin psycho-social support to them to take them up.
Working collaboratively with the children and their families to help them achieve their goals; e.g. a Small Loans Scheme, enabling participants to build on the skills and resources they already have, to create small business start-ups and growth.
8:45am, 10:45am & 5:30pm
84-94 Kleins Road, Northmead NSW 2152 Australia
02 9630 3515