Our congregation is made up of a core group of expatriate westerners and English speaking Indonesians. The ‘local’ members are nearly all from islands in Indonesia other than Bali, so there is a diverse mix of ‘church’ and ethnic cultures even amongst the Indonesians. Our congregation in general is constantly on the move and to add to the mix every Sunday a varying but significant number of transient tourists from all over the world attend our service.
We do however support various missions financially and support congregation members involved in ministry outreaches in Bali
Prison Ministry Kerobokan and Bangli Prison
“Prisoners need our love and kindness – not judgement”.
Quote from Maree a support worker to the Women’s Prison.
The support workers who attend KICC endeavour to support the prisoners, both men and women, with:
- Regular weekly and monthly visits (to Christian, Hindu and Moslem prisoners) food and basic needs
- Recreational activities i.e. knitting class, computer class
- Sale of items made by the prisoners i.e. boxes, bags, purses, t-shirts, which provides the prisoners with an income and hopefully skills to secure a future income when their sentence is completed
- Bible studies and Sunday Services
There is great need of further assistance in the prisons
- IT person(s) for service, teaching and repair of computers
- Items for industry, wool, beads for jewellery making, t-shirt printing, etc.
If you wish to support the prison ministry in any of these areas either by your presence here on the ground or your financial support please do not hesitate to contact us.