WCOC is committed to Christ’s command to make disciples of all nations so works in partnership with a number of Christian ministries and individuals to help fulfill this goal. Through our partners we are able to increase our impact in our local community and worldwide (Acts 1:8). To find out more about our various mission partners, click their names below.

African Inland Mission (AIM)
lenrobbynLen and Robbyn Lesleighter, have served with Africa Inland Mission since mid 2006. Len is the Australian/Asia-Pacific Mobilising Region Director and Robbyn is the Finance Officer. Their role is to oversee the mobilising of people, prayer and resources for the ministry of AIM in Africa, where AIM’s focus is to reach Africa’s unreached people groups.

Their mobilisation role is particularly focussed on Australia and New Zealand. They also work with the AIM committee in Hong Kong and helped establish an AIM Director and Council in Korea.
They lived in Africa for 6 months in 2006/07, and have regular trips back to the continent. Prior to joining AIM, Len and Robbyn served for more than 6 years in the administration and leadership of Mobile Mission Maintenance
based in Victoria.

safinaSafina Street Network is an holistic outreach to vulnerable children and young people in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Many come from broken families and decide to live on the streets. They face crime, drug abuse, hardship and repeated rejection.Safina aims to help these children to know God and come into a relationship with him through Jesus Christ as well as assisting them with shelter, food, medical treatment, education and life skills. Pray for all those involved with this project.

For more information, please visit the AIM website.

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Insight Ministries

insightInsight Ministry (which was previously known as Gosford High Schools Christian Ministries) employs young Christian adults to be counsellors and Christian educators in local high schools.

At the moment they have Christian workers in Henry Kendall High, Lisarow High and Narara Valley High. This is an incredibly valuable and effective outreach ministry to our local young people with support from WCOC helping to cover the costs of School ministry workers and resources.

Churches of Christ Overseas Aid (COCOA)

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Churches of Christ Overseas Aid (COCOA) provides development aid, education and medical services for the poor, emergency relief, caring homes for vulnerable children and assists people to move from dependence to independence. Wyoming supports this cause by giving our Christmas Day offering as well as distributing COCOA’s “Great Gift” booklets.

For more information, please visit the COCOA website.

Operation Christmas Child
christmasThe Operation Christmas Child project is run by Samaritan’s Purse and involves church members filling shoe-box sized boxes with stationary, toiletry items, small toys and other non-perishable goodies. These boxes are collected in October and sent overseas as Christmas presents to needy children.

For more information, please visit the Samaritans Purse website.

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Special Religious Education
Every week during the school year, dedicated volunteers are teaching literally thousands of local public school children about God, the Bible and important Christian truths. WCOC helps provide teaching materials, teachers, and dedicated prayer support for this work. To find out how you could be involved in this ministry, speak to Mary Sponberg- Macready.

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The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible and Its ministry is motivated by love for God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in His name without discrimination. WCOC supports local Salvos welfare work through a food drive with all donated food given to the Salvos at Christmas time.

For more information, please visit the Salvation Army website.