Partnerships – A core value of ‘Kerygma’

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Kerygma was asked to help train Catholics to evangelise during the London Olympics. The Joshua Camp – a gathering of Catholics who came to London to evangelise during the Olympics there, was part of an overall strategy of Christians from many traditions, evangelising together at the Olympics.

One of Kerygma’s core values is ‘Partnership’. We have a high regard for working together with other Christian ministries, movements and groups.  As a result, much of our training and outreach opportunities are collaborative efforts, or so-called ‘partnership programs’.

If you are interested in partnering with us in working with Catholics in Australia, please email us

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