Your generosity is changing lives

Once you click the Give Now button below you can make a one-time gift or schedule recurring giving using the options on the form. If you have any questions, please email Sharon.

In 2024 our goal as Kingsway Churches is to raise $50,000 beyond our regular giving to empower and support our local and global partnerships and churches. 

Our focus for missions giving in 2024 are:

We are currently supporting 75 children in the Mount Moriah Community, Zambia (Africa), providing food, shelter, health care and education to the poorest of the poor in this region. These children depend on our support, our prayers, and our giving. Contact: Sharon Naylor

We support the ministry of our Kingsway campus in Phnom Penh, and their pastors Srey Pich and Phanet, as they serve, minister and reach out to their local community through a variety of outreach programs, worship gatherings, English classes for young people and critical services to the poor and marginalised.
Contact: Brett White

We support our local mission, serving, empowering and supporting the homeless and marginalized in a variety of incredible ways. Providing hope, connection, support, and housing to those impacted by homelessness, domestic violence, abuse, isolation, loneliness, and adversity in our own backyard. Contact: Brook Stewart



ONLINE and select “Missions Giving”

Acc name: Kingsway Community Church
BSB#: 082-184 |
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select the give button in the app

place an envelope marked with “Beyond” in our offerings box at the back of church

How we're making a difference

We directly support 75 children in the village of Mount Moriah in Zambia. The children of this village in incredibly vulnerable with limited access to healthcare, education and support. Our giving helps support care workers, provide practrical assistance for the runinng of their care centre and help meet the needs of the 75 children we support through their programs.  

Regina's Story

Three years ago Regina’s* life changed forever when she lost both of her parents. Suddenly, at just seven years old, she was alone in the world, and she felt like she had no one to care for her. 

Care Workers heard of Regina’s story and visited the family to learn more. As they spent time getting to know Regina it was evident that the deep layers of trauma she had faced in her life were causing her outbursts and unsettling behaviour. In response, Care Workers invited Regina to attend the Care Point, where she would receive the love and care she so desperately needed.

Today, 10-year-old Regina is described by Care Worker Rosemary as having her challenges but also as a sweet young girl who likes spending time with her friends at the Care Point.