At Temple Christian College, a core value of our Christian Education is encouraging students look outside themselves and providing opportunities to experience helping those less fortunate than themselves. One of the many ways we do this is by offering students in Year's 10 and 11 the opportunity to participate in our Mission Trips to Cambodia or Papua New Guinea. The students spend time in schools, orphanages and churches, helping teach and building relationships with the orphans, students and staff in each place.
The Cambodia mission trip takes place at the end of Term 3 and is between 14 to 17 days in length. As well as living in an orphanage and visiting schools and a cambodian church, students visit the Killing Fields, Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and Angkor Wat.
The 2018 Cambodia team was the biggest in our Mission Trip history comprising of 24 students and 6 adults across both the Mile End and Paralowie Temple Christian College Campuses, all of which have returned with many incredible memories.
Featured within the document below is just a snapshot of their time away.
Papua New Guinea
The Papua New Guinea mission trip takes place at the end of Term 2 or beginning of Term 3, is approximately 9 days in length and actively supports the work of Sunrise Bethel Christian School located in Port Moresby.
The image featured within the gallery below were taken during the Cambodia Mission Trip that took place during September 2018.