Programs and Funding for Women

The Hub at ADM

Following a competitive application process, four women were selected as Members of the Founding Cohort of The Hub at ADM, beginning on Monday 16 November 2015. Each of these women are leading initiatives and organisations that are seeking to bring about gospel-centred renewal. Their endeavours also relate to ADM's three key areas of ministry: theological formation; mercy and justice; and public engagement. At the conclusion of their time in The Hub, they will go on to establish its alumni community.

You can read the profiles of these women, and about their initiatives and organisations below. (Please note: ADM does not endorse everything that Hub Members may say or do. Each Member of The Hub represents herself and her organisation or initiative, not ADM).


THE FOUNDING COHORT

Helen Kim, Executive Director of Ministry, Hope for Sydney

Hope for Sydney mobilises gospel-influenced hearts for neighbours in need.

Helen is part of Church Hill Anglican, Sydney.


 


Jessica Smith, Operations Director, Common Grace

Common Grace is a new online movement of people passionate about Jesus and justice seeking to overflow in generous words and action in the world.

Jessica is the Executive Pastor at St George's Anglican Church Paddington.


Jen Barker, Founder, Fixing Her Eyes

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Fixing Her Eyes is a site for Australian women who want to learn more about Jesus.

Jen is part of St Paul's Anglican Church, Castle Hill.


Dr Mel Fung, Founder and Ministry Planter, Jesus Club

Jesus Club is a ministry that aims to make Christ known to adults with intellectual disabilities by teaching the good news about Jesus and genuine friendship.

Mel is part of Naremburn Asian Australian Church (Naremburn-Cammeray Anglican Church).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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