We are a member of Hong Kong Council of Social Service and eligible to nominee supporters to be Caring Company or Organisation. [Link]
The Cancer Mission
The cancer mission is offering the New Wine Alpha and Inner Healing Programs at various cancer centers in Hong Kong all year round. We need funding to support the logistics, the travelling of teams to and from areas such as Tin Shui Wai and Wong Tai Sin etc. We provide lunch at the cancer centers during the New Wine Alpha sessions. The group ranges from 25 to 50 persons per term. We supply course manuals and provide adminstrative staffs, leaders, helpers and lay counselors who are trained to help these people as well as volunteers from The Alpha Course HK. These services are free for the participants at the cancer centers.
New Wine Healing Mission and Fellowship Meetings
The healing mission and fellowship meetings are conducted at the minstry at Wong Chuk Hang. We need general funding to sustain and maintain the premise for ministry and general office administration as well as in staffing and training programs.
Asylum Seekers and Refugees Mission
New Wine Ministries Hong Kong funds the travelling expenses for asylum seekers and refugees to come to the ministry for weekly service and other activities. We give them food, travelling and small allowances. All services are free to them. Therefore, donations will benefit the people we serve and help in this ministry.
Prayer is the engine room and the driving force behind the ministry. We have prayer support from our affliated Kensington Temple London City Church and our New Wine Intercessory Prayer Ministry Team. We pray to have more prayer support from our local churches, Christian organizations as well as individuals.
Volunteers for Mission
As our missions are people-centered, we need as many trained leaders and helpers as possible. Therefore we need as many volunteers whom we offer training programs for those who has the heart to serve in these missions and to appreciate what the ministry stands for ..................passion for compassion......................