Mission Partners

We support a number of mission projects both here and overseas and give at least 10% of our total income to these projects each year.

Mission Partners:

The Fletcher Family (Urban Neighbours of Hope) in Thailand

Jon and Elise Fletcher working with Urban Neighbours of Hope in the slums of Bangkok.

More information and their monthly blog can be found here

Their current supporters leaflet can be found here: Fletcher Family leaflet.

The English Family (Josiah Ventures) in Czech Republic

Terry and Hana joined Josiah Venture in 2008 in order to launch Fusion, a network of church-based evangelistic choirs for young people. Terry is currently serving as the Vice President of Strategy and Training for Josiah Venture, ensuring the staff is equipped to train and equip local churches in evangelism and disciple-making. Hanka is a popular high school teacher, which is how she is able to ensure they stay up-to-date with changes in youth culture.
Both Terry and Hana are actively involved in a local Czech church plant where they serve on the leadership team and oversee the youth ministry. Further information on their work in Czechoslovakia can be found by clicking here

Their latest newsletters can be viewed as PDF files on the links below:

Ben and Katie RayBen and Katie Ray (Neema Crafts with CMS) in Tanzania

Ben and Katie are Church Missionary Society (CMS) Missionaries heading up Neema Crafts in Tanzania. In Tanzania people with disabilities are often considered to be a burden or even a curse. People think that nothing can be done for them. They are often left uneducated and told that the best chance they have is to beg on the streets. The Neema Crafts Centre was set up to change people’s perceptions of disability and to provide high quality training and employment to our disabled artisans, chefs and technicians.

Their latest prayer letter can be found here:  Ben & Katie Prayer Letter November 2023

Open Doors

Supporting the persecuted church worldwide.
More information can be found on their website by clicking here.

Mike Bassous (Bible Society) in Lebanon 

Mike works with the Bible Society in Lebanon. More information can be found by clicking here.
More information from this year’s Bible Sunday can be found here: SUNDAY 24 OCTOBER WAS BIBLE SUNDAY

Nick Russell (Church Army) in Greenwich 

Nick Russell is the lead evangelist at the Church Army Greenwich Centre of mission.
More details can be found by clicking here.
A presentation by Nick Russell on his work (send to the church during the Coronavirus pandemic) can be found by clicking here.

Nick’s latest prayer letter and newsletter from summer 2023 can be viewed as a PDF file by clicking here

Msalato Theological College in Tanzania

St Andrew’s have had strong connections with Rev George Otieno who works at the Msalato Theological College. We are currently building links to partner with them, including raising money for a pump to irrigate land so that the college can grow their own crops.

The ELWA Hospital in Liberia

All Saints supports Drs Mikey and Bethany Bryant working at the ELWA Hospital Paediatric. department in Liberia. The website is here.

You can find their latest news here:

Guy Crumpler with the Mission to Seafarers

Guy grew up at All Saints church and now has the privilege of working for the Mission to Seafarers. He recently delivered the sermon for Sea Sunday in the port of Kobe, which can be viewed on YouTube by clicking here.

Students at University

One of our young adults, George Wharton, is the co-president of the Oxford Brookes Christian Union.
You can view his prayer letter here: Brookes CU prayer letter.