Macleay Presbyterian Churches, in the expression of one of our core values, namely Mission, partner with several other families in order to fulfil our mission to “Go” and make disciples of Jesus, especially in areas beyond our church’s reach.
- Mick Alley working among the Samburu in Kenya
- The Watts working among university students in Port Macquarie
Mick Alley has been working in Kenya with the Samburu people from 2007, and by God’s grace there has been a mighty work of God to bring many of these people to the knowledge of Christ.
Mick leads 10 churches, oversees outreaches in 50 villages and co-ordinates an inter-church Bible school along with leading many other gospel-centred humanitarian initiatives.
You can find out more about Mick’s ministry though this website:
or by following his Facebook page:
Steve and Lauren have one son, John and one daughter, Beatrix. Steve leads the Port Mac Christian Students (also knowsn as AFES Port Macquarie) group that exists to help Christian students stay Christian and to give every student who comes to uni in Port Macquarie a chance to know Jesus. At present this happens through on campus Bible studies, cross-campus training seminars, and through relational evangelism.
They are afflilated with AFES that is a multi-denominational movement that seeks to proclaim Jesus Christ at university to present everyone mature in him. Their mission is to:
EVANGELISE students by proclaiming Jesus as Lord.
ENCOURAGE growth towards Christian maturity.
TRAIN students in skills and character to serve Jesus and His people.
SEND graduates through Australia and the world to serve Christ.
You can find out more about their ministry here on Facebook.