BPC is committed to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with all who will hear. While we are committed to the local community and universities in our area, we are also committed to sharing the good news with those who live overseas.

The BPC Missions Committee is there to assist BPC in serving the Lord Jesus in obedience to his command that the gospel should go out into all the world through:

  • Supporting those who go out from BPC 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.

Currently we are supporting long-term missionaries in the Middle East, Niger, Japan, Cameroon and Cambodia through both financial and prayer support. We also help those who are considering serving both short-term and long-term. Please feel free to contact us for more information.


At Bundoora Presbyterian we believe that God calls us to serve and encourage each other in practical ways. There are many opportunities to become involved in the life of the Church and to make a difference.


The below list details some of the weekly opportunities to serve at Bundoora Presbyterian. Please feel free to contact us during on of our services or email office@bpc.org.au if you have any questions or wish to volunteer.


  • Bible reading during service
  • Bringing morning tea to share after service
  • Clean up & locking up the church.
  • Collection and counting
  • Crèche assistants. (“Working With Children Check” required)
  • Data projector operators
  • Music team member
  • Prayer leader during the service
  • Public address system operator
  • Serving morning Tea & wash up after service
  • Sunday school leaders (“Working With Children Check” required)
  • Welcomer's and facility set-up



We believe that God wants us to love others as He has loved us.  This love is to be shown in practical works of mercy by all in our church.  We have deacons who facilitate and promote these loving ways to serve in our church and community.  These acts of love are shown in a number of diverse ways such as visiting people who are sick, cooking meals for those in need, and helping migrants and refugees to adjust to a new country.