OUR VALUES DEFINE EVERYTHING WE DO.

Our values structure our daily professional approach and have invested our work with meaning and purpose for over 70 years.

EXCELLENCE

We value integrity, professionalism, safety and competence in all areas and believe that all our work should honour and glorify Christ.

CARE

We value the personal and spiritual wellbeing of our people. We respect, care and pray for one another.

WITNESS

We value Christ-like behaviour in the way we work and relate to one another and to those we serve. We have respect and care for all people and have compassion for those in need. We are sensitive to cultural differences and have a servant attitude.

STEWARDSHIP

We value the wise use of our resources and carefully balance the benefits of investments with the costs involved.We value Christ-like behaviour in the way we work and relate to one another and to those we serve. We have respect and care for all people and have compassion for those in need. We are sensitive to cultural differences and have a servant attitude

IMPACT

We value ministry that transforms lives and multiplies the effectiveness of those we serve, seizing opportunities to serve the living God in a fast-changing world.

PARTNERSHIP

We value the strength and diversity that co-operation and collaboration bring and partner with those who share our beliefs and values.

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