Pittwater Uniting Church

Zimbabwe

Our Neighbours

Our Neighbours Ministry began in 2003, with a vision to show God’s love to the poorest of the poor in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. These ministries began at Bulawayo Baptist Church, with support and assistance given to many people who were homeless, living in ‘squatter camps’, elderly, sick and orphaned children. Martin Barrow, the current Director and former member at PUC, founded these ministries. Many PUC members speak of the night that $36,000 was raised at the evening service to found the babies home. The main focuses of this ministry are:

  • Isaiah’s Homes of Love, established to assist abandoned babies, orphans and children in desperate need of care. SPONSOR A BABY
  • Lighthouse Christian School, a school for children who have missed out on many years of schooling for various reasons. SPONSOR A STUDENT
  • Our Neighbours, soup kitchen, empowerment projects; health information; individual and family assistance; community outreach; HIV support groups; and discipleship.
  • North End Home, a home for children who were previously living on the streets.
  • Esandleni Sothando, assisting girls to stay at school. SPONSOR A STUDENT

MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTABLE DONATION (or make a non-tax-deductable donation through the church office – then 100% of your donation goes to Our Neighbours)

Contact Steve Everist to talk about volunteering in Zimbabwe or joining a short mission trip.

For more detailed information about this ministry watch the video below or visit the Our Neighbours website or see their latest newsletter & prayer letter:

Our Neighbours: website | newsletters

Support Our Neighbours through buying the Entertainment Book


Our Neighbours ministry
from Pittwater Uniting Church on Vimeo.

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