Ministries and churches we have a relationship with.
Australian Christian Churches
Australian Christian Churches is a movement of Pentecostal Churches in voluntary cooperation. Each individual church is self-governing, but commits itself to work together with other churches in the movement for the purpose of mutual support and the spread of the gospel in Australia and the world.
The Assemblies of God in Australia was formed in 1937 and has experienced consistent growth, particularly in the last twenty years. It adopted a new name of Australian Christian Churches in 2007 and currently consists of almost 1,000 churches with over 350,000 constituents, making it the largest Pentecostal movement in Australia
Beautiful Feet Task Force (BFTF)
Beautiful Feet Task Force is about taking the life changing gospel of Jesus Christ to those who don’t know him and enabling others to the same.
Chaplaincy Australia is a National Department of the Australian Christian Churches (ACC) who is committed to communicating the Christian faith in a hands-on, compassionate and meaningful way.
Chaplaincy Australia is a part of the National ACC Chaplaincy Network linking Chaplains together with common objectives, practice, training and support.
High Street Church’s Senior Pastor Wayne Lyons serves as a chaplain with Chaplaincy Australia.
We are pleased to have a relationship with Horizon Church, which is located in Weston Creek.
Loving God, Loving People, Loving Life
Mark 12:30 - Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.
Mark 12:31 - Love your neighbour as yourself.
John 10:10 - (Jesus said) My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life.
Impact Ministries in Uganda
Impact Ministries Uganda is a Jesus Christ centered Christian Ministry engaged in church planting and community development in East Africa. We teach and preach the Word of God and trust in the power of the Holy Spirit to bring forth the harvest. The Ministry was started in Uganda in 1999 by Pastor Patrick and Christine Okabe, with only a small fellowship of 58 members.
Today out mother church has about 1500 members attending church every Sunday, and we have planted 123 local church branches in 16 Districts of Uganda. Impact Ministries preaches the life giving Gospel of Jesus Christ in both word and deed. We have passion for GOD and His Word and compassion for people. Our mission is to disciple the nation and brings help and healing with a lasting transformation and revival. Bishop Okabe is also a member of Parliament in Uganda.
Center for Change Foundation in Leyte Philippines
A loving home in a safe village with a chance to go to school is only a dream for most children living on the streets. Scavenging and begging for food is no environment to grow up in. Stealing and learning to survive the constant threat of abuse are not the lessons one should need to learn at an early age.
The Leyte Center for Change Foundation is making a difference. Imagine, being accepted into a loving family, accepted for who you are and yet guided in a better way of life where you can have fun and laughter, receive a quality education, and learn to live a life of integrity, and become someone to look up to.
Children are currently experiencing such transition in our village of ten homes, complete with elementary school. Youth are studying at our local high school and others are studying at College. Others have been reunited with families or are in the workforce. After years of operation, Center For Change Village continues to move toward self-sufficiency, growing crops, and livestock, producing coconut oil, soap, and shampoo. In October 2010 the construction of a skills training building to house a bakery is underway. It is believed that this project will move Center For Change Village toward greater sustainability, and allow more children an opportunity for a life away from the streets.
They have built a million dollar cyclone proof building on the land for the community. It doubles as a Church and sports stadium. The foundation is run by Margaret Pashley.
National Serviceman's Association Australia
The National Servicemen's Association of Australia is currently Australia's second largest ex-military service organization just behind the RSL in total membership numbers.
Vietnam was a war that divided the Australian nation and some sections of the community reviled and abused Diggers in uniform, including National Servicemen. On top of that, those who had served in Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and Australia, although giving up two years of their lives, were not eligible for the repatriation benifits available to active servicemen. The late Barry Vicary founded the National Servicemen's Association in Toowomba on November 28, 1987 to seek a better deal for these Nashos. Later, he widened the Association to include the 1950’s call up.
The ACT Branch Inc of the National Servicemen's Association was formed to assist all ex National Servicemen from both schemes and to promote the issues we feel should be brought to the attention of the Federal Government and other National bodies.
High Street Church’s Senior Pastor Wayne Lyons serves as chaplain to National Serviceman's Association ACT.
1WAY FM broadcasts to Canberra and the surrounding regions of NSW on 91.9 FM and 94.3 FM. It is a community Christian organisation and holds to the statement of Christian belief known as 'The Apostle's Creed'.
Canberra Christian Radio Ltd, the parent body of 1WAY FM, has been established to 'Present the reality of Jesus Christ through radio and other media'.
High Street Church's Senior Pastor Wayne Lyons serves as Chaplain to 1WAY FM who is a former director and radio presenter.
Veterans MC Australia
Veterans MC Australia is a club with a history built on military brotherhood and bonds of service. They are Military Veterans and bikers, a brotherhood that exist to support veterans, veterans families and the biker lifestyle.
The Veterans MC Australia is not an outlaw or 1% motorcycle club and has no interest in territorial claims or the business of other clubs.