Wesley Mission and COVID-19
Wesley Mission is uniquely placed to serve the vulnerable and the marginalised during a challenging time like the one we are now facing with Covid-19. We are also uniquely positioned to serve those, who as a result of the pandemic, are experiencing isolation and hardship that they may never have known before.
We are a ‘Word and deed’ ministry, and the words we share about the gospel hope we have in Jesus, and the gospel-inspired deeds we undertake to serve our communities will be a great blessing to many. Our lived values of Christlike Servanthood, Unfailing Integrity, Courageous Commitment will continue to guide us as we navigate the challenging days ahead.
Please bookmark this page for further information about our services, and we encourage you to have a read of the statement from Wesley Mission CEO, the Rev Dr Keith V Garner AM.
Wesley Mission is committed to keeping our essential services open. While we are continuing to deliver our services, these changing times have meant we have had to make some temporary new ways of delivering services by following government guidelines. The wellbeing of our Wesley Mission community remains the top of our priority, and we continue to provide the best possible care and support to those we serve.
Our congregations whilst not meeting in person will stream their services live each Sunday in English, Indonesian, Mandarin and Samoan.
To connect with the livestream across New South Wales and Australia visit: https://www.wesleymission.org.au/congregations online