We’re committed to changing lives across our nation. Through our partnerships we are making a positive difference in schools and universities, and in indigenous, refugee and migrant communities.
Our Carewerx ministry helps refugees and migrants with practical needs including study help and conversational English.
Our Easy English group meets during our Sunday 10am service at Gateway Mackenzie, providing bible studies for speakers of other languages who are developing their English skills.
Wiya-gal means ‘kinship’ and communicates the interwoven nature of relationships including between God and us. Wiya-gal is Gateway’s ministry connecting with our first peoples and seeks to discover a pathway that expresses the five key principles of aboriginal culture – family, land, law, language and ceremony.
Wiya-gal gathers on the third Sunday of each month at 4pm at Gateway Mackenzie.
Jesse and Marie O’Neill (with their children Caleb and Levi) lead the Fusion team on the Sunshine Coast.
Andrew Beavis (with wife, Annette, and children Josiah and Luke) oversees volunteer leader training and specialist camp directors. He also directs Sunshine Coast Schoolies events, and works with the directors of community outreach for events. Find out more.
Making Disciples that Multiply
Trevor and Jenny Phillips (with Sarah Moir, Naomi, Steven, Hannah and Jemmah) provides chaplaincy to international seafarers in Queensland ports. Find out more.
Power to Change
Peter and Jacquie Brook serve in national and state leadership roles. Power to Change helps turn lost students into Christ-centred labourers. Find out more.
Aaron and Chandini work with Power to Change to reach university students across Brisbane.
Youth With a Mission Queensland
Dave and Jenni Neibling (with Dakota and Elijah) direct the Brisbane YWAM base. Find out more.
Scarlett May Foundation
The Scarlett May Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to support families with critically ill children and those whose children have passed. They provide meals support for families with critically ill children during hospital stays, as well as funds for bereavement counselling, keepsakes and mementos.
One Million Stars to End Violence Project
One Million Stars to End Violence is a love and peace filled community project. These beautiful stars are symbols of light, courage and solidarity to end all forms of violence, including violence against women, bullying and racism.