Go & make disciples of all nations
One of our core values is Reaching all for Jesus and we seek to take God’s love to all those around us whether in our local community, nationally or overseas.
In this we are privileged to support three missionary ministries working further afield.
- We are mission partners with a married couple who currently serve with Operation Mobilisation, which exists to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached. Whilst based in the UK, much of their work involves overseas visits in order to build the Church in the least reached countries.
- We also partnered with Rachel Jones who led Harvest Ceifa UK. The charity worked in villages in Northern Romania working for the relief of the poor and marginalised. Rachel is based in Wales and made regular trips to Romania to visit and support the work out there. We are looking forward to what Rachel does next.
- Working with OMF, Ben Withers combines mission trips to Mongolia with working in London. Ben has a passion for waste management and recycling and so when he goes to Mongolia he works alongside mission agencies to recycle waste into items such as soap and briquettes for burning. This also becomes a source of income generation for the projects out there. We are delighted to work in partnership with him in this Kingdom ministry.
Mission Action Group
M.A.G. have a passion for mission work that is, work aimed at working out the great commission of God to “…go and make disciples of all nations”. In practice, this means raising awareness of mission work in its many and varied guises. From far-flung overseas mission with remote people groups to local Christian mission to our neighbours and community.
CAP Christians Against Poverty
Life Skills Course
CAP Life Skills is a friendly group that will give you the confidence and decision-making skills needed to live on a low income. You’ll learn practical money saving techniques, such as cooking on a budget and making money go further.
Our next Life Skills Course begins on Thursday 12 January 2023 at 10:30am-12pm (followed by a free lunch)
To book your free place, contact:
0208 8864 7037 or firstname.lastname@example.org