Jesus commissioned his followers to "go and make disciples of all nations" (Matthew 28:19; NIV). Telling the world about the Good News of Jesus Christ is of primary importance at Granite Community Church. We are involved in and support many missionaries and ministries who aim to reflect God's Kingdom and share about the Good News of Jesus.
ESA Country Ministries
ESA Country Ministries is an interdenominational christian organisation which has been working in partnership with communities, families and Churches since 1883. ESA stands for Equiping, Serving and Assisting. ESA COuntry Ministries has Regional Workers around Victoria. ESA also runs a number of Christian Camps at various locations around Victoria throughout the year. For the last 20 years, ESA has held an annual fundrasing Auction in Donald (see the Events Calendar for details on the next ESA Auction in Donald). You can find out more about ESA by visiting their website.
Mobile Missionary Maintenance
MMM is an international mission organisation which supports Christian ministries by providing building, maintenance and other practical services. They operate in some 30 countries including Australia, the South Pacific, South-East Asia and parts of Africa, helping a whole range of people, involved in a wide variety of ministries. These include health, education, outreach, evangelism and church planting ministries, local church work and other faith missions. You will find more information about MMM at their website.
ACCESS Ministries - Religious Education (RE) & Chaplaincy
We have a number of our Church involved in RE in the local schools in Nullawil, Wycheproof and Donald.
Global Interaction is an Australian cross-cultural mission agency affiliated with the Baptist Churches of Australia. Global Interaction's aim is to empower communities to develop their own distinctive ways of following Jesus. Click here to visit their website
Baptist World Aid Australia
Baptist World Aid Australia works with local Christian partners overseas to serve those living in poverty. Baptist World Aid's focus is to work through community development initiatives to help families access the skills and resources they need to improve their own situation. Through a variety of activities suited to each region, Baptist World Aid partners seek to help children, women and men lift themselves out of poverty and become self-reliant. Over 16,000 Australians support their work, in over 17 countries across Asia, Africa and the Pacific. Find out how you can get involved by visiting their website.