About Wesley Mission
It takes love, faith, and commitment to engage actively in the lives of those around us.
Real people, real needs
Wesley Mission has a real mission – to minister to a community with real needs.
Our community includes the vulnerable and marginalised. It includes the lonely, hurt and fragile, the homeless, mentally ill, aged, disabled, unemployed. It includes the spiritually lost.
We believe it takes love, faith, and commitment to engage actively in the lives of those around us. Our ministry is as diverse as the needs we face, so we shape our programs, church services, activities and people to support those in need effectively – wherever they are.
Through witness, work and the help of supporters we can turn lives around for good.
"Ministry on the edge is where it should be."
A city church that goes to the edges
The Rev Dr Keith V Garner, Superintendent/CEO of Wesley Mission, is an inspiring and gifted preacher who believes in combining 'an enthusiasm for the Gospel with a compassion for those who are hurting, endure poverty and suffer injustice.'
'Ministry on the edge is where it should be and that is why Wesley Mission always goes to the edges of society – those edges where you encounter strangers, rub shoulders with people outside the church – and find ways to cross the edges with the Good News.'
We follow the example of Jesus
- Jesus chose to spend his time ministering to the poor, the sick and mentally ill, social outcasts, the disabled, prostitutes and lepers
- He had an overwhelming love for all people regardless of their race, social class, background, beliefs or lifestyle
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