Missional Engagement

Missional Engagement

In our Neighbourhood, City and World

Lambrick and the Mission of God

As Christians, we are all called to participate in God's redemptive work in the world.  This call leads us to engage our prayers and lives, personally and together, in everyday evangelism, compassion, social action, and justice.  As John Stott, the late bible teacher and champion of God's heart for justice, once said, 

“We must be global Christians with a global vision because our God is a global God.” 

‘As we go’ in His world (Matt 28), we act together locally and partner with others globally.

In Our Neighbourhood and City

We believe that where we are matters.  It was God’s deliberate plan to place us in Gordon Head and Victoria.  Our task then is to discern what it is to be His ambassadors and servants right here today.

Wiseways Preschool and Daycare loves and serves local families in our neighborhood every weekday. Our Youth ministry builds relationships with local teens through mid-week groups, school ministry and camps at Imadene. The English Language Learners (ELL) groups seek to impact the lives of visitors and first-generation immigrants with the love and message of Jesus. We also support the work of Victoria Pregnancy Centre, and were part of a local collective bringing in a Syrian Refugee family.

Since 2007, our major local partnership has been with the Mustard Seed. Each month we get to show love and respect to those on the fringe, by cooking and serving the Agape Meal - sign up below. Every year we participate in events and fundraisers throughout the year, such as Pie-Offs, Project Connect and the Coldest Night of the Year.

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In Our World

We deliberately focus our resources on two partnerships - sustainable development in Ethiopia and freeing and restoring women and girls trapped in the sex trade in India.  

Ethiopia (since 2005) - We are partnered with Food for the Hungry (FH) in a development project in the Sasiga area of Ethiopia.  FH workd with churches, leaders and families to better health, supply clean water, create agricultural and economic options, provide education for all, empower women, care for a fragile environment and aim for sustainability after a decade. Between 110 sponsored children and direct giving, we provide $70,000 of support per year. In 2017 the region ‘graduates’ and we will be there to celebrate with them – join us!  Excitingly we are continuing support as the team relocates 30km and starts to bring hope to a further 25,000 people in the 'Highlands' area.

India (since 2010) - This partnerships with International Justice Mission, Mahima Homes (Partners International) and freedom businesses in Kolkata has rescued trafficked and enslaved women and children, cared for and re-skilled them, brought perpetrators to justice and fought for systemic change.

Family on mission - In addition we support our church family members wherever God takes them, especially if there is financial implications to their calling:

  • Brent & Shelley Weeks (Reach Beyond, Australia)
  • Sue Priestley (Operation Mobilization, Canada)
  • Kelly Johnson (International Teams, Rwanda)
  • Aimee Admana (IVCF, Asia) – started September 2016

These people and projects, alongside many others that have connected with Lambrick over the years are faithfully prayed for weekly at Prayerwerks.

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If you want to know how you can get involved with any of the projects, prayer or partnerships listed above, then let us know.  


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Agape Meal - Saturday, February 25

Please join us and sign up to serve at this month's Agape meal at the Mustard Seed Sign up here: http://signup.com/go/s6yX4Z Read More