Over 200 years of caring
The founding fathers of Methodism set up a number of services that cared for the sick, poor and marginalised. These are the roots of our work today.
Housing and accommodation
Our dedication to supporting people experiencing homelessness began with Wesleyan, George Lucas, back in1864, who had a tent at his house where men without a home were welcomed to stay.
Wesley Mission aims to enhance the wellbeing and promote independence of those with disability and that has been part of our story since 1948 when Lottie Stewart Hospital opened in Dundas to provide care for people within a Christian environment.
Family and children
Forever at the heart of Wesley Mission has been helping families, children and young people.
Mental health and counselling
Starting with the first private Christian psychiatric hospital in NSW and establishing Lifeline telephone counselling services in 1963, we’re still doing all we can to support people struggling with mental health challenges.