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A Journey to Corinth (Extracts from the Series)
One Generation From Extinction
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Warfield overseas mission partners
We believe that we are called to change our world for the better. And as part of that calling we support various mission partners throughout the world:
Milan and Shusma Adhikari, Aanandit Church, Nepal
We have supported Milan and Shusma (and their two girls, Amishu and Nesia) for many years, since before they started the Aanandit Church in 2002. Aanandit have planted various congregations in the Kathmandu area and are involved in various community projects, through their Charity Centre, microcredit projects and outreach into the community. Milan and Shusma are on the church leadership team and are also involved in various ministries nationally, with leadership training and women’s ministries.
Peter and Becky Clemison, Youth With A Mission, Cape Town, South Africa
Peter and Becky, and son Joshua, are based in Cape Town. Peter runs AfriCom, providing communications support to YWAM mission partners throughout Africa. Becky helps with Justice ACTS, an organisation supporting trafficked women. Warfield Church has supported them for the last 3 years. Peter became a Christian through Warfield Church.
Simon and Jo Neill, Vancouver, Canada
The Neill’s lead an Anglican Church plant that focuses on some of the poorest people in North America. Working around Vancouver’s notorious Downtown Eastside, their heart is to build a community of transformation among those who struggle with addictions, poor mental health and homelessness. They have also pioneered a project that works with street entrenched youth, who are heavily involved in drugs and gang activity.
Ruth Radley, CMS/Across, Yei, South Sudan
Ruth has been working in Yei for the last 5(?) years and we have been supporting her since 2012. She is involved with various projects involving children and families. At the end of 2013 she was on leave when trouble broke out in South Sudan but is hoping that she will be able to return there very soon.
Clare Whittaker, Soul Action, Durban, South Africa
Clare went to Durban in early 2012 as Children’s and Family Work Coordinator. She has spent the last two years assessing what provision there is for children and families and starting to implement projects to encourage children’s and family workers. Having returned to UK on leave at the end of 2013 she will be returning to continue this work early in 2014.
Pastor Iuri Valkov, Sliven, Bulgaria
We have been supporting various projects in Bulgaria through Krasif Aid since 2002. Chris and Richard Page have taken volunteer ministry teams from the Warfield church to work with the vulnerable and poor people in Sliven. This is done through the Safe Houses, Men's Institutes, Orphanages and the Gipsy Villages. We are currently funding a food project providing a hot meal each day to some of the very poor people to run through the severe winter months. Discussions are taking place to make this a viable long term project.
To read the latest Bulgaria Newsletters click here.
St Peter's Lifeline, Kenya
Peter's Life-Line is a small grass roots charity, with the passion and vision to make a big difference, where 100% of your donations reach the school and community. St Peter's Life-Line partners with St Peter's primary school and community in Kajuki, Kenya, by helping to lift a community out of desperate poverty, through education, micro finance, empowering girls, feeding programmes, clean water, sanitation and the prevention of disease. We aim to bring Hope Through Education and a more secure future. Our core vision is to 'Embrace, Educate, Equip & Empower the next Generation'. St Peter's School was established in 2006 by a young, dynamic priest, Fr Joe. The school is in Kajuki, situated near the foot of Mt Kenya, in the South Meru District. It is a harsh, semi arid part of Kenya, and is home to some 40,000 people.
In January 2013 St Peter's school has 344 pupils, of which 150 live at the school during term time (many whom are orphans, vulnerable or very poor children within the parish). Its new sister school, our Lady of Consolation has 118 pupils and the Sacred Heart nursery school has 28 pupils.
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The Mission Committe is keen to support short term mission trips made by members of Warfield Church, and has a fund set aside for this. To apply for such funding, please see these guidelines and application form:
Mission Funding Guidelines
Mission Funding Application Form
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