At Kingborough Family Church we’re passionate about fulfilling the Great Commission that Jesus gave the Church in Matthew 28:19-20. It is our heart to see people brought into relationship with Christ on a local, national and global level, and so it is our aim to be involved in spreading the gospel in as many ways as we can.
At Kingborough Family Church, we want to be able to see people reached with the gospel at a local, national and even international level. It’s because of this desire to see the kingdom of God grow that we engage in supporting various national and global missions projects. After all, in the end it’s all about seeing people equipped and communities transformed.
Below are some of the areas that we support financially through our M28 Missions budget.
Thank You Morning Teas
Church Together Tasmania
Operation Christmas Child
Every Thursday at Kingborough Family Church, we provide a food bank and community support service. This includes providing food for those in need, as well as ‘The Shed’ – our opportunity shop to purchase donated goods. During this time, we also have a number of support workers on hand who are available for conversation, referrals for other assistance, prayer and other personal support.
To be eligible for this service you need to have a current Centrelink concession card or be in a position requiring urgent assistance.
Community Care starts at 11am every Thursday morning, except public holidays and a short closure over the Christmas/New Year period.
Can You Help?
Community Care is a volunteer-based organisation, and a registered ‘not for profit’, supporting southern Tasmanian families each week. If you would like to donate financially to the ongoing support of our local community, or if you have the ability to volunteer your time on a Thursday, then please contact the church office.
As a part of this, we are currently looking to fund an extension on our existing facilities that will allow us to grow and provide greater assistance to those in need in our community, please see our building fund page to read more about the current extension plans.