As a church, we have a number of missions that we support connected to our church, and connected to the Christian reformed Churches of Australia.

Our Missions

Rivers of Life Mission is based in Kisumu, Kenya, which runs a school providing education for poor children & food relief for their families, as well as bringing the message of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

The Zest mission operates in the Vinakondu region of India. It provides education and food ministry to children, and also supports evangelist and church planters in the surrounding districts. New Life holds regular collections each year to support Zest.

COBIS is a mission to schools in Blacktown. It has a number of workers serving a number of schools in the area. New Life Christian Church employs Bernie Coleman as our COBIS Worker. Bernie runs a breakfast club, lunchtime groups and quarterly Scripture seminars to encourage the students to consider the claims of Christ.

Crossroads Prison Ministries’ mission is to equip the church to disciple people in prison with the Word of God, free of charge, wherever they are incarcerated. It is a personal, in-depth and long-term program that is uniquely designed to help prisoners to grow dramatically in a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ, preparing them for and assisting them in successful re-entry upon release.

Denominational Missions

World Transform is a denominational committee of the CRCA that administers offerings from our churches to provide for the physical needs of those in distress through poverty and disaster. New Life Christian Church holds regular collections and at times special appeals to collect funds for distribution by World Transform.

Gospel is a denominational committee that supports church planting in and around Gujerat, in India. They provide training of church planters, Bibles and materials for and funding for the church planting effort. New Life Christian Church supports this work through a Collection.

New Life Christian Church, through the CRCA, supports a mission to the Solomon Islands which provides support and training to pastors of local churches, as well as practical aid through construction and relief projects (i.e. schools, hospitals, disability services).