Cnr Alice and Edward Sts Mittagong | Sundays at 10.30am


Mittagong Presbyterian Community Church (MPCC) is committed to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with all who will hear. While we are committed to the local community and schools in our area, we are also committed to sharing the good news with those who live overseas.

MPCC believes we should serve Lord Jesus in obedience to his command that the gospel should go out into all the world through:

Supporting those who go out from MPCC to share the gospel overseas;

Promoting an awareness and involvement in sharing the gospel remotely (overseas or cross culturally);

Supporting Missionaries while they are home from working remotely;

Assisting people who are interested in missionary work.

Feel free to contact us for more information.


(PO Box 348 Moss Vale NSW 2577)

SHCEA oversees the teaching of Special Religious Education at Moss Vale High School and Bowral High School.  The Board is made up of representatives of each of the Southern Highlands churches which support this ministry with prayer and finance.

Donna Jensen has been the Scripture teacher at Moss Vale High for the past 12 years.  She teaches Years 7 and 8 and arranges three lessons each year for Years 10 and 11.

Luke Willie will commence teaching Year 7 at Bowral High in Term 3, 2015


(PO Box 30 Mittagong NSW 2575)

tfc_logoTransport for Christ is an Interdenominational Transport Chaplaincy serving the Trucking Industry of Australia.  The aim is to lead truck drivers as well as the trucking community to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith.

The “Highway Evangelist” paper, which contains a gospel message, truckies’ testimonies and interest stories, is compiled and printed in Mittagong and sent to members, friends and supporters around the country for distribution in their local road houses.

Much time is also spend dealing with letters and phone calls from those who need a chat, some encouragement and prayer. 

TFC is supported by the prayers and donations of interested Christians around Australia.

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Australian Presbyterian World Mission (APWM)

The Australian Presbyterian World Mission exists to glorify God by facilitating the spread of the gospel to people overseas and Aborigines within Australia

Southern Highlands Christian School

Located in East Bowral SHSC provides primary and secondary Christian education

Southern Highlands Christian Education Association (SHCEA)

Generate Ministries helps NSW Scripture Teachers, Chaplains and Scripture Boards strengthen their ministry in NSW schools so that many more young lives will be transformed through Christian Ministry. Generate supports combined churches high school SRE* boards† and employs their SRE teachers in New South Wales government secondary schools; Generate also employs chaplains in both primary and secondary government schools under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program** with additional local church and community support.

Serving in Mission (SIM)

SIM is an international mission organisation made up of more than 1800 workers serving in nearly 70 countries. Our multi-cultural, multi-skilled teams serve among diverse people groups on every continent except Antarctica!  SIM workers are international themselves, representing about 70 nationalities. SIM is as diverse as the people we serve.


Wycliffe Bible Translators is dedicated to translating and delivering Scripture to people around the world in a language and form they understand best.

Presbyterian Inland Mission (PIM)

The Presbyterian Inland Mission is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Australia

Jericho Road

Presbyterian Churches are some of the most passionate churches about Bible teaching. But we don’t merely want to be hearers of the word. We want to be doers. Jericho Road is where that can begin. It’s a unifying program that gives each of us a different way to practically show Christ’s compassion in the community – either through some of the work of Presbyterian Social Services or through fresh initiatives around the streets where you live. The inspiration, of course, is Jesus. He told that most famous of road trip stories – of the Good Samaritan. That one man, who had no great organisation behind him, but transformed someone’s broken life because he stopped to help someone in need. But Jesus stopped on Jericho Road himself. First to bring healing to Bartimaeus. Then, to bring in a social outcast called Zaccheaus. What will and your church do on Jericho Road? Take a look around to see what inspires – then contact us so we can help you get started.