Australian Christian Churches International
The history of Missions in Australia is a rich one. From a single mission field in Papua New Guinea, to now where we are operating in over 35 countries, tremendous impact has been made.
Throughout decades gone by, ACC Missionaries have taken the Gospel beyond Australian soil with great faith and courage, and continue to do so to this present day. ACCIM missionaries are now achieving things in the space of a year that in the past would have been the results of five or ten years of work. We are truly seeing some great things happen on the missions field.Visit Website
Chaplaincy Australia is a National Department of the Australian Christian Churches (ACC) who is committed to communicating the Christian faith in a hands-on, compassionate and meaningful way.
Chaplaincy Australia is a part of the National ACC Chaplaincy Network linking Chaplains together with common objectives, practice, training and support.Visit Website
ACC Kids Australia is the National Department for Kids Ministry within the ACC. ACC Kids exists to support Kids Pastors and leaders in our churches. In Victoria, ACC Kids runs training events around the State, holds the Victorian leg of the Kidshaper National Tour, and help facilitate kids events across both Metro and regional areas of Victoria. This ministry is led Nationally by Ps Andy & Christie Kirk and led in Victoria by Ps Barry Newton.
Youth Alive is a Christian organisation that operates in every state in Australia. Youth Alive exists to REACH young people, RAISE youth leaders, RESOURCE youth ministries and REVIVE a generation.
In Victoria, Youth Alive runs a number of events throughout the year including leadership training days, outreach events & large scale youth events. Youth Alive is run Nationally by Ps Cameron & Renee Bennett and in Victoria is run by Ps Dave Edgar.Visit Website
The heartbeat of Australian Christian Women – to place value upon the individual and to present womanhood as God intended.
The vision of Australian Christian Women – to see men, women and children rise to their stature across the landscape of the Church.
The mandate of Australian Christian Women – to facilitate the above through partnership and in association with national & state AOG leadershipVisit Website
You wouldn’t believe what we’re already doing.
Nationally ACC churches do an incredible job engaging their communities! There are so many stories across the 7 days a week of churches supporting, empowering and building strong relationships in their local communities. This website is designed for you to share your stories easily, get inspired by what is already happening and to shift mindsets on how to relate to our local communities in a more engaging way.Visit Website
Alphacrucis College is the national ministry training college of the ACC, shaping and forming students to make an impact in the worlds of Arts, Business, Chaplaincy, Counselling, Education, Ministry, Music and beyond.
We offer a huge range of VET, Bachelor and Masters courses and have campuses throughout Australia and online. We offer a strong community, an integrative approach to education within a Christian framework, and relevant training in a rapidly changing world.Visit Website
ACC Indigenous Initiative
The ACC Indigenous Initiative is a national strategy committed to create awareness and engage with the Indigenous people of our nation, by resourcing churches and leaders, and raising up Aboriginal and Torres Strait leaders. The project is an Aboriginal led initiative which provides practical knowledge, experiential engagement and leadership opportunities for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Christians. The Indigenous Initiative is endorsed in each State by ACC leadership committee. In Victoria there is a great wave of expectation and a willingness to connect, making this a time of great excitement as we envision a significant move of God within our churches and amongst our Aboriginal people and their communities. Our State based focus is to facilitate healthy Godly partnerships through safe and respectful engagement and develop an ongoing meaningful communication and practice.
Pastor John & Robyn Murray