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Missions Give

Making a world of difference

Door of Hope has a heart to support, help and serve others – our mission statement says it well, 'to be Jesus Centred, Others Focused, Together in Community'.

Missions Give is about going above and beyond our regular tithes and offerings to support and serve others; locally, and globally.

The following projects are supported by the congregation of Door of Hope Christian Church through Missions Giving.

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Bev & Luke Vos

In October 2018, Luke and Beverly Vos, along with their children Lucia, Elili and Ezra, moved to Arua in Uganda. Luke is a doctor trained in tropical disease and Beverly is a midwife who has also worked as a paediatric nurse and with refugees. Both are using their skills and heart for the people of Africa to make a meaningful difference with Pioneers Australia.

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Ben & Christie Kumar

Ben & Christie serve God in Phnom Penh, Cambodia through urban church planting and multiplication movements. Along with their children, Levi & Ruby, they are eager to use their experience in leadership and church organisation for God's glory. As partners with Cambodia Church Planting Center, the Kumar family will work to raise up faithful Cambodian leaders for more Cambodian-led churches.

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Clifton & Priscilla Shipway

At the age of 19, Clifton and his parents (former Door of Hope members) sold everything they had and moved to North East India to take on the work of restoring an orphanage that had been managed by the family for generations. Clifton, now director of the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission, married Priscilla in 2008, and together have 3 sons, are continuing the amazing work of the mission, and have seen hundreds of children given a home, a family a faith in Jesus and a positive future.

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The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission

Located in Banbasa, India, the GSAM is an orphanage with a difference. Run by former Door of Hope member Clifton Shipway, the orphanage is a working farm, a vibrant school with over 750 students and a welcoming family to the 70 children in its care.

Visit their website

Destiny Rescue

Founded in 2001, Destiny Rescue’s story began with founder and international president Tony Kirwan. Today, Destiny Rescue’s work has grown into a worldwide organisation dedicated to rescuing children from sexual exploitation and trafficking and helping them stay free. They serve to help amplify the voices of both those who are enslaved and have been freed from abuse. Over 1 million children are exploited by commercial sexual exploitation. 59% of children trafficked are from the Asia Pacific region. $99 billion is generated by sex traffickers each year – that’s an average of $11 million every hour!

Check out their website here
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Youth Alive

Youth Alive Tasmania exists to reach young people, raise leaders, resource youth ministries, and revive a generation for Jesus. They hold several major events every year varying in attendance from 500 to 2000 with most attendees aged between 12 and 25. The style of each event may vary dramatically but generally includes exceptional music, dance and drama performances, competitions, multimedia presentations, motivational speaking, giveaways and guest artists. These events are for the primary purpose of reaching young people through positive life choices. Held across Australia and throughout the States in different capacities and at various times of the year, youth ministries, leadership teams and young people are provided with world-class leadership development opportunities. Youth Alive is committed to supporting the local church and local youth ministries. Youth Alive is driven by the desire to revive a generation through the things of God across all demographics, cultures, and backgrounds.

Visit the Youth Alive website
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Mustard is an organisation committed to empowering high school students in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania to start and run Christian lunchtime groups that are led BY students, FOR students.

They also partner with schools to run tailored chapel services, seminars, incursions, and excursions that explore the gospel message, and share stories of real missional impact with churches, organisations, and movements to inspire young people towards sharing faith in schools.

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Broadcasting inspiration, encouragement and Hope to Northern Tassie and beyond. This local radio station is run on donations from businesses and individuals and provides music that encourages others with positive ideas and Christian values.

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Emergency Relief Fund

This money is made available for emergency relief within Australia and internationally as it is identified.

Ways to Give


BSB. 067 600

ACC. 1041 6255

REF. 'Mission'


Please call the Welcome Desk at 6344 8450 to arrange a credit card payment.


Text 'Mission' and a dollar amount (Example: Mission 100)

to 0488 846 998.


Please place your cash or cheque gifts into a clearly-marked envelope into the purple box in our Main Auditorium or with the staff at the Welcome Desk.

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In 2023 we raised over $33,000 which went towards the following local, statewide, national and international projects.

Community assistance, MadWheels Youth, Alpha, Christmas hampers, Strategic outreach projects, Mustard, Strategic Emergency Relief, Good Shepard Agricultural Mission, Missions Go Ministry and Door of Hope Missionaries.