Our heart as Elevation Church is to meet real needs in our cities, across the nation and the world. In partnership, we position ourselves to do bigger and better things to serve the world around us. We partner with various organisations at local, national and international levels to meet specific needs during hardship and disaster.
An insight into some of the areas we have been able to serve and impact in the name of Jesus.
Red Frogs – Red Frogs exists to engage the next generation through various programs to educate and support young people to combat a culture in Australia largely dominated by alcohol and other substances.
Crisis Accomodation & Benevolence – Our heart is to support church and community members who may need assistance due to unforeseen circumstances – this can include meals, clothing, crisis accommodation and emergency financial relief in a time of need.
Disaster Relief – We want to be the first to respond when a crisis hits our nation. We are committed towards providing relief and aid towards those affected by natural disasters through financial aid and sending teams to help families and communities rebuild in partnership with non-profit organisations.
Global Care – Global Care is the disaster relief and social assistance arm of International Network of Churches (INC) that has 76 operations in Australia and 17 operations overseas. The focus of each operation is meeting the specific needs of their community during times of disaster and every day hardship.
Solomon Islands Bible College – We provide ongoing support towards the INC Leadership College in Balasuna, from building projects and programs, that enable pastors and leaders to be trained and equipped to serve and influence their local communities.
INC Churches – Over the past few years, we have partnered with organisations and churches in Afghanistan, India, Fiji, Israel and Ukraine as they respond and serve their communities facing hardship due to natural disasters, the Covid-19 pandemic, persecution and war.
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