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on a mission locally, globally...

10% of all general giving at Elim International Church goes toward impacting our world through local, national, and international mission initiatives.  Elim has always been a mission focused Church - it isn’t a special side project, it’s who we are. We concentrate our efforts on partnering with those already having impact in our city and across the nations of the world.

Locally we are currently involved in the following initiatives:

Capital Care Health Centre

Starting in one room back in 1994, Capital Care now reaches over 3000 patients offering a pro-life decision for pregnant mothers, discounted rates for those who need support and Christian-values based health care.

Elim International Kids

E.I.K Is our early childhood centre.  This provides a great service to our local community with Christian values at the core.

Vertical Studios

is a purpose-built space comprising recording studio, edit suite and graphic design studio set up by Elim.  Over the years, we've built up a pretty impressive catalogue of work, including two Tui Award-winning albums, several first albums, documentaries, music videos, training, educational and marketing tools, television commercials and interactive DVDs.

Outreach

Into Arohata Womens Prison

Partnership

With Downtown Community Ministries and their mission to end homelessness in Wellington

Nationally

Our partnership with our national office, Elim Church of New Zealand, works to equip Elim churches nationally through resources, training, leadership and support for our overall mission of reaching people all over the world for Christ.

Globally

Elim is partnering with missionaries and mission organizations right across the globe.

Currently we are focusing on four major strategic partnerships:

Indonesia

Mt Hope/Tawangmangu - Sam & Carol Soukotta & Craig & France Pilcher.

Thailand

Global Connections Centre- Kevin & Jess Chan).

U.S.A

Rapture Ruckus Brad & Mel Dring.

We are also supporting initiatives in the Muslim world as well as John & Mary Elliot at World Outreach and Liz Hutton in Papua New Guinea.