Next Sunday, Rev. Richard Wilson, Pastoral Coordinator of Indian Reformed Fellowship Australia (IRFA) will be ministering to us in both morning and evening services, with a mission update during the morning tea after the morning service.
IRFA was established to assist the existing Reformed and Presbyterian work that has been growing in the Indian Sub-continent. These Reformed and Presbyterian centres of ministry contain existing orphanages and Christian schools that need encouragement in terms of professional in-servicing and theological education.
Major Services of IRFA
- Evangelism – moving forward with an indigenous God-centred outreach. This is to be carried out especially through the support of national evangelists and the use of the media.
- Church Extension – building healthy and sound congregations where there are needs. This is to be done always in consultation with and under the supervision of specific local churches.
- Biblical Training – providing solid theological instruction for leaders and potential leaders by means of specific programs and arrangements.
- Diaconal Aid – “doing good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith” (Gal. 6:10). This is always to be administered by means of volunteers and under guidance of local churches.
If you would like to know more about the work of Indian Reformed Fellowship Australia or perhaps support them financially, please visit their website at www.irfa.org.au.