Kingston City Church has a rich history of involvement in international missions. As a church we have a passion to serve God and take seriously the great commission to go into all the world…

In the mid-eighties members of the church began taking missions trips to PNG and Asia. Through contact with Pr Barry Silverback, a missionary to PNG, a desire grew to establish close links with churches and ministries on the mission field.

After a season of prayer and seeking God during the early nineties, it was decided that God was leading us to work in Fiji as our main area of mission connection. The first team went to Fiji in 1993 to help establish a church in the nation’s capital, Suva. Subsequently, teams and individuals have travelled to Fiji every year since and we have trained pastors and leaders, built churches, homes and preschools and developed close relationships with our friends in that nation.

The mission expression of KCC has expanded from those early beginnings and we have been involved in planting churches in the Philippines, training pastors in South Sudan and recently connecting with churches in Turkey that work with refugee families from Syria, Iraq and Iran.

The primary source of financial support comes from freewill donations and offerings from our people.  Added to that is 5% of our income from tithes, which is given to missions and community projects to help reach and bless people beyond our sphere of influence.