“The Kingdom of God matters –
so the matters of the Kingdom are
our priority.”

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Progress

GOAL: $550,000

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The Impact

Kingdom Matters is focused on funding strategic priority projects that bring about the greater growth of God’s Kingdom.

Disclaimer: The figures presented herein are estimates derived from data collected over a period of 10 years. While efforts have been made to ensure accuracy, these figures should be considered approximate and subject to change.

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Be a Kingdom Partner

We’ve seen God’s faithfulness in every step of our journey and we believe there’s so much more to come! We’re confident that when we seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness, all things will be added to us! Join us in furthering God’s Kingdom by becoming a Kingdom Partner.

Kingdom Partners pray, walk alongside and give financially.

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Ways to give

Thank you for generosity and choosing to partner together.

Direct Transfer:

Account name: Kingdom Matters
BSB: 034061
Account no: 175045
Please indicate your name and service (e.g. WIL) in the transfer description.

Online Giving:

You can give online using our secure online giving portal.
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IMPORTANT NOTE

Financial contributions will be allocated as per percentages of 20-20-60 described above. To give a different proportion, please give directly to Missions and Hands of Hope. Funds raised will be used within the objectives of general categories of Kingdom Matters without limitation to specific projects. More details at www.hope-church.com.au/kingdom-matters. Tax deductibility is NOT available for contributions to Kingdom Matters and is ONLY available for DIRECT donation to Hands of Hope via its website at www.handsofhope.org.au

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Stories from Kingdom Matters 2023

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Where to next

Looking for more ways to be a part of this project?

Email kingdommatters@hope-church.com.au to discuss other ways to contribute or if you have any other queries.

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