St Jude’s supports a number of missions including:
Red Frogs – provides support for Red Frogs’ mission to young people dominated by drugs and alcohol-fueled environments such as Schoolies and provides direct relief from alcohol and drug related issues that are known to cause anxiety, pain, poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, disability, destitution and helplessness.
To find out more about Red Frogs, please go to www.redfrogs.com.au.
Bush Ministry Fund – provides support for Anglican ministry in the outback parts of Queensland.
Teen Challenge Kazakhstan – Dema & Michelle Kapurzhnov – provides support for work in Kazakhstan with those addicted to drugs.
Mothers Union – Tanzania – provides support for the Mothers Union work in Tanzania supporting orphans and other disadvantaged children, as well as focusing on health and the employment of women, and improving family life in their communities.
Archbishop’s November Appeal – provides support for five Indigenous ministry, pastoral care and youth projects in the Northern Territory and Queensland.
Gideon’s International – support for the provision of Bibles and New Testaments in hotels, schools and colleges, prisons and jails, hospitals and medical offices.
ABM – provides support for ABM’s work which is made up of three main program areas – the Church to Church Program providing leadership formation and training for overseas churches; Community Development Program providing community driven projects in the Pacific, PNG, Africa, the Middle East and south-East Asia; and the Reconciliation Program providing support for indigenous Christians.