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Meet Our Mission Partners 


In the UK

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Gaines is a large manor house near Worcester used by XL Camps, serving young people with sports themed Christian camps. Additionally, the site is used for weekend and holiday get-togethers for young people from churches all over the UK   Torch Trust is a Christian outreach organisation supporting blind and partially sighted people throughout the UK. It provides accessible materials for reading and teaching, including Braille books and supports the applied use of new technologies.
     
Jake Glover   mike reeves
The Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF) is for people who want to see today's students following Jesus. Their focus and emphasis is on Christian Union (CU) student groups. We are partnering with a staff worker, Jake Marthinet-Glover, who supports the CUs at Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University.
 
  Union School of Theology offers theologically rigorous, biblically faithful formation and training (from BA to PhD levels) to raise up raise well-rounded leaders: humble leaders of head and heart who delight in God, grow in Christ, serve the church and bless the world. Union's President, Revd Dr Mike Reeves, is a member of our church family.
 
Around the World
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Crosslinks is an international mission society working principally within the worldwide Anglican Communion. We support Luke and Mary Foster (and their family). The family have now returned to the UK and Luke is finishing his work at the Centre for Pastoral Studies in December.   Through Crosslinks we also support Joe and Rachel Clarke (and their family) in Coimbra, Portugal. They are working amongst students with the GBU (Grupo Bíblico Universitário) - the Portuguese Christian student movement affiliated to IFES.  
     
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Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) exists to see 'isolated people physically and spiritually transformed in Christ's name.' They use aviation and technology, because in many places those are the only ways to reach isolated people in need. Through MAF, we have supported Steve & Katie Machell who worked in Chad and East Africa providing air-support to missionaries and aid workers across the region.  They have recently left MAF.   We support Mike and Vicky and their family with Serving in Mission (SIM & MECO International) in the Middle East. They founded the Bread of Life Society locally, which aims to strengthen the witness of the gospel and unity in churches. The society has also responded to the refugee crisis by providing education for many of the Syrian refugee children in its education centre and they are working to develop Sunday School material in Arabic.
     
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The Shalom Centre helps children with special needs and their families in Arequipa, Peru. Latin Link member Ruth McKee works at this project. Our link with the project originally came through the late Dennis Smith, a former lay minister at St Paul's, who oversaw the Colegio Internacional in Arequipa.  

Lizzie Poole works with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Tanzania
Wycliffe Bible Translators long for a world where everyone can know Jesus through the Bible. They serve local partners worldwide as they bring God’s word to their communities in the language that speaks to them best.
Lizzie works as a linguist with two language projects in Tanzania, supporting Bible translators to produce a translation which is clear, accurate, natural and readable.

 

Latest prayer requests from our Mission Partners can be found here. (For security, this page is only available to members of St Paul's church.)

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