Our Partners

Living Water Community Fellowship is a church in Redfern that ministers to indigenous people and others. The pastor of Living Water is Matt Paterson. St John’s supports and partners with Living Water in their ministry. — Contact Living Water here.

International Justice Mission is a global organisation that seeks to liberate women and children from sex slavery, and other forms of injustice. St John’s supports and encourages the ministry of IJM. — Contact IJM here.

Anglicare partners with St John’s to deliver community welfare services. Anglicare operate from the St John’s site each week. They also operate Elizabeth Lodge, an aged care facility in Elizabeth Bay. Sue Shannon-King, a member of the St John’s staff team, is chaplain at Elizabeth Lodge. (Elizabeth Lodge was previously operated by Anglican Retirement Villages, who have now merged with Anglicare.) — Contact Anglicare here

St Luke’s Hospital provides aged care accommodation and rehab services. St John’s provides chaplaincy services at St Luke’s. — Contact St Luke’s here.

Anglican Aid are financial supporters of the work we do at Rough Edges. — Contact Anglican Aid here.

St Mark’s Darling Point is one of our neighbouring parishes, and they are supporters of the work we do at Rough Edges. St Mark’s provides financial assistance, prayer and volunteers for our community work — Contact St Marks here.

Compassion is a global organisation that seeks to free children from poverty through child sponsorship. A number of people from St John’s sponsor children with Compassion. — Contact Compassion here.

Oz Harvest rescue food from restaurants around Sydney and distribute it to homeless people. They provide food for Rough Edges in the evenings. — Contact OzHarvest here.

Govinda’s is a local vegetarian restaurant (and cinema!). They provide food for Rough Edges of an evening. — Contact Govinda’s here.

Pets in the Park provide free veterinary care for the companion animals of street people. Pets in the Park began at St John’s — Contact Pets in the Park here.

‘Dirty Hands, Clean Minds’ is the Street Growth motto. Street Growth began at St John’s and offers community gardening for all, especially those with mental health issues. They operate the Community Garden at St John’s — Contact Street Growth here.