Credo’s off-campus mission teams.
Christ Beyond UTS
Credo is a university mission, and through CoMission: we help make disciples of all nations by learning and serving together in off-campus mission teams.
During the Summer and Winter periods, Credo joins with other Christian organisations to contribute to and experience God’s surprising global work. Teams range in size from a handful to over a dozen, and labour in the Lord together from 4 solid days, and sometimes up to 3 weeks!
If you struggle to go out of your comfort zone in volunteering for the sake of others, there is no better place to experience the power of the gospel than applying to join a Credo CoMission.
We are currently taking expressions of interest for four Summer CoMission: teams, living residentially and partnering in different types of churches around Sydney, in their Christmas outreach.
- St Paul’s Canterbury (Dec 7 -11):
A vibrant multicultural church situated on the border between quite ‘working-class’ suburbs and the ‘hardened’ secular inner-west.
- Team size = 10-12
- Led by Shawn Chen and Angela Wong
- 5 days
- Cross Life Asquith (Dec 7-11):
Originally an ethnically Chinese church, they are making the hard decisions to become bi-cultural in order to reach the younger generations and new migrants around Asquith.
- Team size = 6-7
- Led by Ethan Lum Mow
- 5 days
- Hornsby Presbyterian (Dec 13-18):
A fairly recent church plant attempting different patterns of worship and ministry in the affluent northern suburbs.
- Team size = 7-8
- Led by Rob Elder
- 6 days
- Leichhardt Anglican (Dec 14-18):
A less-resourced church trying to revitalise a ‘trendy area’ with the gospel.
- Team size = 7-9
- Led by Sam Atwood and Candace Lum Mow
- 5 days
Next Winter CoMission: In June/July 2023, we are hoping to have four Credo teams as well – working with such organisations as HSC Study Camps, Street-Community ministry, kids club, and an overseas short term mission.
Expressions of interest
Speak to a Credo staff-worker, the team leader themselves, or fill out the form below: