The Lord has established a growing network of FIEC churches on the Mid-North Coast of NSW.
We are committed to working together to grow God’s kingdom by planting more gospel focussed churches up and down the coast.
There are about 600,000 souls who call our region home, but most of them are lost without Jesus.
We want to see as many of them as possible come to find their rest in Him.
We believe starting new churches is one of the most effective strategies for reaching new people.
God willing, we will plant new independent churches in all the largest regional towns between Forster and the Qld Border.
These churches will focus on reaching new people with the gospel.
These new churches will be resourced and supported by the other churches in our network.
They will also serve as beach-heads for reaching the people living in their satellite suburbs.
Our goal is to have a network of FIEC churches so there is at least one church within a 40 minute drive of everyone who lives in our region.
Lord willing, we’ll start a new church at least every 3 years.
Jesus said: “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” (Matt 9:37-38)
Pray for the Lord to raise up godly and gifted leaders and launch teams.
Pray for a great harvest of souls.
Church planting is costly and requires seed funding to get them off the ground.
Please give generously to support the spread of the gospel.
Account Name: TPCC
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Consider moving to a new town to help us get a new church established.
It might start with just a bible study group who prays for God to raise up a leader.
This could be the greatest and most God-glorifying adventure of your life!
We’re looking for leaders to head up these church plants.
If you’re interested in church planting, we’d love to hear from you, so send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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