At turningpoint we strongly support mission and evangelistic work. We are very proud to have had the opportunity to be part of seeing many saved and healed through our local endeavors and overseas missions in Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Vanuatu, Kenya, Ghana, Uganda and the Philippines.
The Cranbourne campus runs annual missions trips to Papua New Guinea, Philippines and East Africa.
In Papua New Guinea, we have assisted the local churches in setting up Bible Training Schools that have seen hundreds of Pastors and Leaders trained and over 300 local churches started. Throughout Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania we have seen over 130 graduates with a Cert IV as of the past two years of establishing Bible Colleges.
turningpoint Hallam is now linking with a church in Ghana that runs a primary school and is seeking to bring Christian education to children in the region.
turningpoint Koo Wee Rup has connected with many young men coming to Australia, from Vanuatu, for seasonal work. They are continuing this connection by visiting them in Vanuatu and ministering to their families as well as to their villages.
Our mission statement is for a church that is progressively “active in Missions” ministerially and financially, overseas and locally, planting and supporting a new outreach church with manpower, resources and practical ministry.
Koo Wee Rup is the home of the Asparagus, and with all these Asparagus Farms come the seasonal workers from Vanuatu. Our outreach to these workers has yielded a harvest that has sown a seed in the heart of Ps Sean La'Brooy. Every year these workers come to Koo Wee Rup and worship with Turningpoint on a Sunday. Turningpoint KooWeeRup has also had the privilege of visiting them in their homeland of Vanuatu.