Baptist World Aid has been the heart and hands of Australian Baptists since 1959.
Together we form the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:12) and that’s why the local church in Australia has been, and continues to be, a crucial partner for Baptist World Aid. Today, we work with 38 local Christian Partners through 73 projects in 18 countries to end poverty so that all people can enjoy the fullness of life God intends.
Local churches like yours share stories of transformation from the field, take up offerings for our global neighbours and consistently bring the plight of the marginalized before God in prayer.
We want to walk alongside your church family as you respond to God’s call to love our global neighbours. We’ll work with you to create a partnership that aligns with your mission strategy and enables your church to grow in their vision, love, and generosity for the vulnerable and marginalized in our world. When your church partners with Baptist World Aid Australia, you’re supporting best-practice local Christian organisations in countries including Bangladesh, Cambodia, Lebanon, Nepal and Uganda, as they provide resources and skills to support communities emerging from poverty. Here’s how your church can get involved:
and commit to partnering with the community for three years
and provide them with stories and updates we’ll send you on what’s happening in the world.
and specifically for our brothers and sisters in your partnership country
and give generously so families and communities emerge together from poverty
Our team has heaps of experience in pastoral ministry and a passion for God’s heart toward ending poverty. We’d love to meet with you to learn about your church and how we can partner together in God’s work in a way that supports your church vision.
Please send one of our Church Relationship Managers a message and we’ll look forward to setting up a meeting or coffee chat with you, to dream about how we can end poverty together so all people enjoy God’s fullness of life.
See what our partners—both Local Christian Partners overseas and churches in Australia—have to say about what partnership means to them.