“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

Matthew 22:36-40

At West Sydney Chinese Christian Church (WSCCC) we value being active in obeying Jesus in the great commandment to love our neighbour (Matthew 22:39) and the great commission (Matthew 28:18-20).  This reflects in all we do, and is seen in how we seek to share God’s love and truth, serving for the good of the community and the world –  locally and globally.

Many individuals within the church are personally involved in or support a wide variety of projects helping those in need or reaching out with the message hope in Jesus – especially those in great need.

Some examples include local Christmas and Easter events, St. Paul’s Pantry, The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal, Summer Holiday Kids Programs, and Operation Christmas Child.

Our Missionaries

WSCCC is committed to bringing the love and message of Jesus to the world.  WSCCC has a long and strong tradition of sending out its members to serve God cross-culturally.  Below are some of the present members of our global team:

Phil and Irene Nicholson have been serving with OMF in Taiwan in since 1992.  Having served for many years as Field Director, among their many roles, Phil works with Langham to help train pastors in less resourced countries to preach well, and Irene is developing OMF’s training.

Aaron and Amy Koh are currently serving in Donggang, Taiwan with OMF.  Like most of our missionaries, Aaron grew up at WSCCC, developed a desire to serve God in global ministry, was a pastor at WSCCC, and also cuts his own hair – often with mixed results. Aaron and Amy have 4 children – Zoe, Felicity, Jonathan and Mitchell.

Andrew and Jo Wong have served in Sendai in Japan working with survivors of the Tsunami, and are now in Yahaba with a vision to plant a church in the less resourced area.  Andrew grew up at WSCCC, was previously a pastor at WSCCC.  Andrew and Joanna have 3 children: Emily, Hannah & Alyssa.

Alex and Naomi Fung have served as gospel workers in Japan, working in evangelism, campus ministries and church ministries.

Matt & Jen Lim are settling in to life in Japan to work with HiBA, supporting Christian high schoolers and providing programs that encourage them and help them to form good support networks in settings where they often have very little support.

Lorenzo & Liliana are reaching out with the gospel with SIM in Africa

Georgie Day is serving in Taiwan, among the Indonesian domestic workers that have moved there for work.