For Church members, click the link below to see News, Prayers, and Updates from our various missionaries.
Missionaries Supported by our Church
Richmond Anglican Church supports a number of missionaries around the world. The main missionaries supported by our church are:
Ron and Michelle Jennings with New Tribes Mission doing Bible Translation into local languages in the Southern Philippines. See their video introduction: Ron and Michelle Jennings Introduction
Frank and Robyn Hawkes with Pioneers. Previously in Fiji, now supporting and coordinating Fijian Missionaries working in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Jason Hazel with SIM International as the Child Safety Coordinator. He is responsible for creating and implementing a Child Safety program throughout the whole SIM world.
Kirsten (surname withheld) who serves in a medical field in an Asian Country with the Church Missionary Society.
If you wish to contribute financially to any of the missionaries that we support at Richmond Anglican please see our page on Giving at Richmond Anglican.
As well as this, Richmond Anglican also partakes in a number of annual missions each year. Some of these are:
Yr13 Youthworks Gap Year Program – our Senior Minister Wayne Tildsley organises and co-leads the program’s month long Fiji Mission each year. We continually have a number of school leavers from our Church completing this 10 month course.
TRAKK (The Richmond Anglican Kids Club) – A holiday kids club for K-6 kids presented by dedicated children’s group leaders from Richmond Anglican providing children with fun activities to do during the July school holidays and introducing them to Jesus Christ as we meet him in the bible.
Corowa Mission – In the September/October school holidays a team from our Church go to Corowa on the NSW/Victorian border to run a school holiday children’s program.
Hawkesbury Youth Mission – on the June Long weekend each year our Youth Group (Rest-Awe) join with other youth groups from Anglican Churches in the Hawkesbury. A wide variety of activities occur in each church and the surrounding communities during the weekend.