Outreach Ministries

Reaching out to our local community and also to our friends  

working in all areas of Mission across the globe

is a foundation of our church community.

Our goal is to be focussed outwardly with prayer, practical support, and giving to each of these causes.

If  you  would like more information on any of these activities please contact Rev. Andrew Satchell


A message from Rev.Steve Warwick.

As Convenor of the APWM (TAS) Committee, I’m hoping to contact each congregation on a regular basis to feature one of our Tasmanian missionaries, in the expectation that you will be able to include them in the church’s pastoral prayers.


Gran’s Van:

We enjoy volunteering with  Gran’s Van distributing food and clothing in our local area, to those in need.

We make  ‘old’ friends and learn a few life lessons about humility and contentment along the way. Gran’s Van was formed in 2006 to provide help to the homeless and hidden poor of Devonport.

Look out for the new Gran’s van doing the rounds in August and also the “Shower Van”.




Devonport Presbyterian Church has a strong link with Devonport Chaplaincy.http://devonporthaplaincy.org.au/team/

Members of our church family find rewarding service working, in the clearly defined role, as mentors to a number of school children, primary, secondary and College.

Check out the Food for thought, Easy P’s, and Mentor training programmes.


Soup and Sandwich Lunches

This is another fun time serving the local community

with a suggested donation of $ 8:00  ( to cover costs)  expect to be served  healthy, homemade,soups and sandwiches

followed by a sweet treat and endless tea or coffee.

For those in need, there is no cost.

Held on the last Friday of the month April – November from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.


Aged Care Ministry

We regularly visit members of our church family who, declining in health and mobility, move into aged care facilities.

If you have a heart for the aged and want more information, contact Rev. Andrew Satchell


Rubicon Grove Service

A monthly afternoon service is held at this facility with singing, prayer, teaching, and sharing 

A regular communion Service is also celebrated here.


Visitation Team

Showing our practical love and concern for members of our church family unable to get out to church for whatever reason long or short term

and to make contact with those living alone and who enjoy a chat and update on church life.


Mission Support

Our church has a longstanding mission background and we support a variety of missions

and missionaries, some of whom have been students in missionary training and some

were/are members of our church family.


              APWM:  http://www.apwm.org.au/      –  “Pray. Give. Go.”

              PIM:   “http://pim.org.au/           –    “Taking the good news of Jesus Christ  beyond the farthest fences.”

              SIM:http://www.sim.org/.              “Serving the church across cultures.  Proclaiming Christ. 

                                                                           Discipling the Nations. Loving our neighbor.”

               Wycliffe Bible Translators: https://www.wycliffe.org/       

               Wycliffe partners help people all over the world receive the Bible in their own language.”

               Australian Indigenous Ministries: http://australianindigenousministries.org.au.        –  “Our God is able.”

              Mobile Mission Australia: http://www.mmm.org.au   –       “Serving those who serve.”

              Tear Fund:  http://www.tearfund.org      –                            We’re Christians passionate about ending poverty.”

              Salvation Army: Salvation Army Christmas Appeal.  “Hope where it is most needed.”

          Samaritan’s Purse: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/.
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