“Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” – 2 Corinthians 9:6-7
St Peter’s continues to seek to raise up the next generation of church leaders.Through Year 13, Cross Cultural Ministry and MTS traineeships, alongside the ongoing training of curates.
Make a one-off donation to help us to continue, and even grow the St Peter’s Ministry Training programme.
Sharing the good news of Jesus in our local community has been, and always will be, on our hearts as Christians at St Peter’s.
Local ministry opportunities with Coledale Front Yard Church, Toddler Group and work with young mums, along with the need to continue training scripture and kid’s club teachers, all reflect that priority.
Having installed our new solar panels as the result of generous donations from last years commitment weekend, we have already seen the financial benefits.
A one-off donation to this project will allow us to wrap up the final costs for this project, eliminating any unnecessary debt.
Archdeacon Peter Smart and his wife, Elizabeth, served at All Saints Anglican Church in Damascus, Syria, in 2009-10. Their service was just prior to the country’s eruption into civil war. Through Peter, also a former minister here at St Peter’s Tamworth, Anglican Aid has access within Syria.
Despite the havoc, fear and disruption to daily life, somehow these contacts have continued to minister God’s word and reach out with practical aid to their people and to hundreds of internally displaced refugees. The Smarts have been able to send funds which have provided valued resources in equipping and training Christians, and practical help such as emergency food and gas for cooking food.
We partner with Katherine & Kimsoeun Seat, serving in Siem Reap, Cambodia. K&K’s ‘heart’ is to see Cambodian Christians nurtured in their faith with a firm Biblical foundation. Kimsoeun assists with the training of church leaders in a local Bible school, leads services, preaches in church and assists with youth work. They are ‘faith’ missionaries, relying entirely on supporters.
They are experiencing financial pressures due to a growing family and a drop in the value of the A$. Your support will enable their vital work to continue.