Community Cupboard

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Each week at BPCC, we help many families from our wider community, by providing them with assistance with food hampers, fuel vouchers etc. You can help by donating food or funds or serving on the Compassion Cupboard.

Personal requirements:

  • A heart for other people.
  • Ability to keep things confident.
  • Reliability.

Time Commitment:

  • 1 Wednesday a month 11.00am—1.30pm
  • On your rostered day you will talk with clients and help provide for their current needs
  • Full training is given.

Everyone can help in this ministry by donating pantry items, you can bring them to church on a Sunday, donations can be left in the foyer, or at the church office on weekdays. Or you may wish to contribute financially, these funds are then used to top up the cupboard or to buy fresh foods such as meat and vegetables as required. This can be arranged by seeing Pastor Jim, or by placing your donation in a marked envelope in the offering.

26jimContact:  Jim Deustchmann
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Cupboard Needs

  • Vegemite,
  • Jams and spreads,
  • things for school lunches,
  • tinned spaghetti,
  • pasta sauces,
  • tinned vegetables,
  • tinned fruit,
  • long life milk,
  • sugar,
  • toilet rolls,
  • shampoo and conditioner.

Service Times

AM SERVICE - 9.00AM
PM SERVICE - 6.00PM

10 Youngs Crossing Road
Bray Park Q 4500

ph. 07 38821989
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How can I go at BPCC?

Local Mission

God is active in the world, working to redeem people and the entire cosmos, and the task of the church and believers is to participate in this mission (Matt. 28:18-20; Acts 1:8). God calls us to testify to the saving and transforming power of the gospel in order to see people, families, cultures and countries made new by Christ (2 Cor. 5:17). The local witness of BPCC, then, is comprehensive and varied. It includes going into our families, workplaces, neighbourhoods and social groups to be witnesses to Jesus. It includes the way we love one another, the way we serve the poor and marginalised in our local community and the way we live counter-cultural kingdom lives, characterised by our new life in Christ. At BPCC we are involved in our local community through our BPCC Care ministry, as well as by partnering with local organisations. See here for more information about our local mission or visit the Connections Centre.

Global Mission

The Global Witness of BPCC extends to various parts of the globe. We are involved in Myanmar through the New Life Orphanage, which works to provide relief for orphans and abandoned children. BPCC is also involved in the Solomon Islands, through support of the S.W.I.M project, which is a mission organisation working to support churches of Solomon Islands Christian Association and to provide training, education, development and relief for the people of the Solomon Islands. BPCC is involved in various other organisations, working to see God’s kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven. See here for more information about our global mission or visit the Connections Centre.