At Northridge we’ve had a history of forming strategic partnerships with organisations, that allow us to reach beyond our local or regional area, but also provide opportunities for us to personally engage with the work ‘on the ground’ by sending resources and teams to get involved.

There are many in the Morning Community who are actively involved in outreach ministries, but these are the organisations we are actively engaged with, and support regularly through our giving. If you would like to know how you can get involved with any of the work they do, please speak to the contact person or with the Morning Community staff team.

Local Partnerships

Soul Survivor

Soul Survivor seeks to encourage and equip the young people of Australia in their relationship with Jesus, by running an annual youth conference, an annual young adults retreat and visiting youth groups with ministry teams. The Morning Community gives regularly to and often is involved at conferences supporting this important ministry with youth and young adults.

Contact: Sam Henry [email protected]

Alpha Australia

Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith. Typically run over eleven weeks, each session looks at a different question around faith, and the talks are designed to create conversation in small groups afterwards. The Morning Community gives to Alpha Australia and partners with them in hosting Alpha courses as we seek to share the god news of Jesus with our local communities.

Contact: Church Office [email protected]


kairos-logoKairos is a pastoral ministry demonstrating God’s grace, hope and love to prisoners in correctional centers or juvenile offender programs and their adult relatives and friends. The Morning Community supports this work with trained team members, prayer and financial support.

Contact: Gill Begbie and Roberta Tsai

Operation Christmas Child

samaritanspurseoperationchristmaschildOperation Christmas Child is a unique project of Samaritan’s Purse that brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes.
For a number of years the Morning Community has participated in buying gifts and filling boxes every year in time to be sent for Christmas, as part of our termly family service.

Contact: Church Office [email protected]


International Justice Mission

ijmInternational Justice Mission protects the poor from violence in the developing world. IJM partner with local authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems. The Morning Community takes part each year in Freedom Sunday, and also hosts a regular prayer meeting for IJM.

Contact: [email protected]

Celebrate Messiah

celebratemessiahCelebrate Messiah Australia is a messianic mission society dedicated to “bringing the Message to the Original Messengers”. The Morning Community host an annual Passover Dinner as well as supporting members of our community who are actively reaching out to Jewish people with the news of their Messiah.

Contact: [email protected]

Overseas Partnerships

Reech Cambodia

Providing goods and services to agencies working with disadvantaged and disabled children and teens in Cambodia.
The Morning Community support this work with prayer, financial support and have been involved in running a women’s retreat for local agency workers.

Contact: Jenny & James Smith

RAW Impact

rawimpactAn organization in Cambodia that welcomes volunteers to join then in building and sustainable projects for those in need. Together with the Evening Community, the Morning Community support this work by raising awareness and sending teams to help with building and to work on practical projects.

Contact: John & Val Blundell

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