Jesus said, ”All authority in heaven and earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”.

Matthew 28:18-19

The Longbeach Anglican Church places great emphasis on local and overseas mission. 12.5% of our income was allocated in the past year to various ministries that places an emphasis on making Jesus known, forming disciples and leadership development. Families we have support are:

David and Prue Boyd with CMS

David focuses on strengthening church leadership through Bible teaching and encouraging various groups in discipleship. Prue teaches audiological skills at two centres in the town and plans to start training health centre workers in ear health. They returned to the Republic of Congo in August 2021.

Rosemary and Derek Snibson with CMS

Derek and Rosemary work with Aboriginal Christians and leaders in Darwin. They seek to encourage and support them in reaching out to others. They are part of the Ministry Development Team of the Anglican Diocese of the Northern Territory.

Ash and Sue Goode with Pioneers

Ash and Sue Goode are partnering with Churches in the Pacific and mainly work with people from the Solomon Islands and PNG. Their roles are to further equip the church to mobilise


There are many other organisations that we support, and these include:

Ridley Theological college, BCA – Bush Church Aid, SU – Scripture Union, The Leprosy Mission, CBM – Christian Blind Mission, Anglicare, Tear, the Church of Christ breakfast, and the Chelsea Community support services.