As a church, we recognise that everything we have and are is from and for God. We seek to support the preaching of the good news of Jesus here in Erskineville & Newtown and around the world. To this end, we encourage our regular members to give as they are able to support the growth of God’s kingdom.

To think consider more what the bible says about giving please read this.

Supporting Gospel Ministry Locally and Abroad

We recommend electronic transfers to enable giving to be regular and anonymous.

General Offertory

Account Name: St Stephens Anglican Church Newtown NSW

BSB: 112879

Account No: 465117751

Reference: (required)

  • “Erko Offertory” (Erskineville Offertory)
  • “10amNwtn Offertory” (10.45 am Newtown Offertory)
  • “Cottage Offertory” (Cottage Church Offertory)
  • “CIG Offertory”

You may also choose to donate towards one of our funds by using the same account information above with the following reference code:

  • “Kid’s Ministry Fund”
  • “Building Fund”

We now also offer credit card giving for your convenience. Note that a 1.4%+30c fee is applied to process this payment.

Our Missionaries

Currently, we partner with the following missionaries. By donating to the ministry of NEAC you are also supporting our missionary partners. You can also give to them directly using the links below.

 

Mike and Jo Charles

Mike and Jo Charles (with their children Sam, Caleb, Emma and Lola) are serving with CMS training pastors in Chile. For details of how to support them prayerfully and financially see here.

Ben and Sian Lim

Ben and Sian Lim (with Elias and Jude) serving International students within the Evangelical Union @ Sydney Uni. For details of how to support them prayerfully and financially see here.

Celia and James Toose

Celia and James Toose serving students within the Evangelical Union @ Sydney Uni. For details of how to support them prayerfully and financially see here.

 

Dave and Sarah Adams

Dave and Sarah, and their 3 kids serve in the urban poor areas of Bangkok, Thailand. They work with small groups which often become the beginnings of new churches. For more details see  here.