Frontier Services provides community support and recovery, volunteering and pastoral support to people in remote Australia. This includes:
- Short-term volunteers to assist families in need
- Patrol Ministry and pastoral support
Frontier Services works with people across 85% of the continent, in remote areas, with Aboriginal communities, on isolated properties and mining sites.
Frontier Services is a charity and national agency of the Uniting Church in Australia that grew out of the pioneering work begun in 1912 by the Rev John Flynn (“Flynn of the Inland”). As the successor in the Uniting Church to the Australian Inland Mission, Frontier Services has supported the people of remote Australia for more than 100 years.
Frontier Services aims to work with and empower communities and individuals to overcome the disadvantages of living in remote locations.
More information can be found at: http://frontierservices.com.au/