Author: Mathew Kuruvilla
Published Date: 2019
What would the church look like if we modelled the diversity of heaven in our local communities? Mathew Kuruvilla, Senior Pastor of Parkside Baptist Church, shares some of his experiences building a multiethnic church community and challenges the church to become a place of asylum for everyone. Church Without Borders theologically engages with the need for multiethnic churches, offering practical suggestions to help build and nurture faith communities of people from a variety of ethnic backgrounds.
“Church Without Borders is both inspiring and practical, written by a pastor whose church practises what he’s preaching” – Rev. Dr. Mike Frost
“A brilliant, practical ‘travel guide’ for pastors and leaders on the journey towards creating a lace of Gods refuge for their multiethnic communities” - Katharine Dale, Multicultural Engagement Officer, The Salvation Army
Mathew Kuruvilla has been the Senior Pastor of Parkside Baptist church in Sydney, Australia for over 30 years. Mathew has several years’ experience in cross-cultural ministry including time on board Logos and ministering among various communities in India. Kuruvilla is a graduate of Morling College and has been pastoring church in Australia since 1983.