Colours of India Missions Day


The vibrant colours of India's flag filled King's Primary campus and Noah's Ark playground on Friday, 27 May, as our junior students wore their orange, green and white t-shirts, and rallied to raise funds for our friends in India. Missions form the heart of our College culture as we regularly practise King's Foundational Values of Loving Faithfully and Living Purposefully, in fun and meaningful ways. Term 2's Primary Missions Day supported Manna Ministries in India - a Christian organisation bringing hope and a brighter future to poor and at-risk children through their orphanages, child care programs and schools. Manna Ministries also help struggling families through their medical aid programs, disaster relief work and village development programs. Throughout our Colours of India day, our Noah's Ark and Primary classes talked about some of the challenges our friends in India are facing, and the ways we are able to help them. Our Primary student LIFE team also ran a BBQ lunch and served cheerfully as they collected money for the charity. Thanks to our Primary community for enthusiastically taking part in our Colours of India Missions Day and demonstrating such generosity as we show Jesus' love to those in need.

"Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms."