Endeavour Hills (khmer)

about us

Reveal Church’s Khmer congregation was established in 2012.  God’s desire is to see all Nations and people groups of the world reached with the gospel. Because God matters to us, we want to align with his heart for all people groups, we want to reach Cambodian people in our City and also in Cambodia. 

Our Khmer service runs weekly on Sundays at 11am and consists of Cambodian style of worship, and preaching in the Khmer language which is also translated into English. The service is open to everyone, but predominantly exists to reach Cambodian people who want to encounter Jesus and worship together in their native language. We also hold a Khmer speaking small group which runs weekly. 

Our STEPS discipleship pathway can be found here.

Campus Pastor

Ps Kevin Clark has been the Campus Pastor Reveal Church’s Khmer congregation since 2012. Kevin and his wife Sandy are passionate about Cambodia and have undertaken numerous visits to Cambodia. The Clarks have been part of the Endeavour Hills campus for over 40 years.


2-8 Gleneagles Drive, Endeavour Hills VIC 3802

Telephone – 03 9700 2314

Service times

Sundays 10am



Kevin Clark

Khmer Congregation Pastor

Ben Albert

Youth Co-ordinator

Melissa Daly

Children’s Co-ordinator

Amanda Deed


To see a complete list of our leadership personnel


Our dynamic ‘KidEX’ program runs Sunday Mornings during our 10am service. We have two separate programs: one for 3 and a half year olds to grade 1 and another for grade 2 to grade 6. We also have an ‘all age in’ program at our 5pm service and also run annual kids’ camps and activity nights. Contact here 


Who are we?

At Established Youth we see ourselves as one big family! We want to see young people who don’t yet know God come to know Him, and for young people who know Him already, to fall madly in love with Him.

What does Established mean?

ESTABLISHED youth is derived from Colossians 2:7 – Rooted and built up in him and established in the faith

Just like the wise man who built his house on the rock, we too will build upon a firm foundation in God, so that when the waves crash we will stay standing.

We meet each Friday Night from 7:00 – 9:00pm


Ways to interact

Young Adults

Inspire Young Adults

Young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 (ish) are in an exciting yet possibly daunting season of life as they launch into different directions for their education, careers, relationships, and futures. It is also a significant time where young people can develop a deeper level of spirituality and faith as they explore life, and experience and encounter God. Reveal Church provides opportunities for young adults to connect with God and with each other, in a fun, relatable, and meaningful way.

women's ministry

One of our most popular annual women’s events is our “Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Friends” breakfast on the day before Mother’s Day, where many of our friends and family members come together to celebrate, be inspired, and enjoy a delicious spread of food. We also have Secret Women’s Business (SWB) nights, where we make personal hygiene packs to send to the women in the villages of Cambodia.

We have Growth groups, providing opportunity for women to discuss life issues, apply the scriptures, pray for one another, and build closer relationships. Often those of similar demographics come together in small group settings, sharing common interests, challenges, culture, and the season of life they are currently experiencing.

We also run occasional short courses specifically for women that address areas of personal and spiritual growth.


Our seniors program ‘Sizzlers’ gives opportunity for friendship, food, creativity and meaningful discussion around faith and life matters.

Currently our seniors meet fortnightly on Thursday afternoons at 1pm-3pm, usually at the church. However, there are other activities and outings at different times throughout the year.

small groups




Growth Groups vary in their demographics as to locations, ages, nationalities, and particular focuses. We seek to meet the needs of our multicultural and multigenerational congregation and local community by having as many different options as possible.