St John's Healesville supports several mission organisations that share the Gospel in Australia and Overseas. 

Please use the following links to visit the websites of the mission organisations we support.



CMS – The Church Missionary Society

St John’s Link Missionaries are Andrew and Claire Livingstone.

Andrew and Claire work with GBEU in Lausanne, Switzerland training and equipping leaders doing ministry amongst overseas university students.

For more information visit 




SparkLit - Igniting Christian Writing

Lead by Michael Collie, who with his wife Elspeth was supported by St John’s for 16 years while they were CMS missionaries in Argentina, SparkLit supports the church in developing countries by: sponsoring the publication of indigenous Christian authors; the translation and publication of key Christian works; and putting key Christian works in the hands of young Christian leaders.

For more information visit



TEAR Australia

TEAR is a Christian aid and development organisation that partners with local Christian aid and development organisations in some of the poorest countries in the world to deliver programs that provide transformation, empowerment, advocacy and relief. TEAR also works to educate Christians in Australian Churches about living out the biblical vision of justice in a world of vast inequality. For many years TEAR has produced a Christmas catalogue Arguably the World’s Most Useful Gift Catalogue giving Australian Christians an alternative to embracing consumerism at Christmas time.

For more information visit



Ridley College

Ridley College is a leading evangelical college that provides training for Anglicans and non-Anglicans, for both church based and para church ministry. Raising up the next generation of workers for God’s harvest fields is crucial to the ongoing future of St John’s and the progress of God’s kingdom throughout the world.

For more information visit




BCA – The Bush Church Aid Society

BCA supports evangelical Anglican ministry in rural and remote Australia in communities that would otherwise not be able to afford paid ministry.

For more information visit