Global Partners

Supporting Missions Locally & Globally
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Global Partners

Support, Prayer & Practical Assistance

Fairtrade

We purchase Fairtrade products.

Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.

Mark 16:15

Christian Care Trust

We support Grace House.

 

Church Hosting

We host an Iranian and Romanian church.

Tearfund

We support Tearfund.

The harvest is plentiful…

Luke 10:2

Mission Partners

We support missionaries around the world.

The Great Commission is not an option to be considered…

Hudson Taylor

The Nations

We pray for the nations regularly.

Mission Partners

Real People, Real Places & Real Impact

Mission Partner: France

Rob & Sylviane Reeve

World Horizons & Nations | Thumeries, France

Rob and Sylviane Reeve have been working in France for the past 37 years with the Mission Agencies World Horizons and Nations. Rob found faith at St Paul’s Finchley and discovered his call to mission in March 1982.

The Reeve’s are based in Thumeries in the North of France – near Lille, where they pioneered a prayer and training centre called Le Château Blanc.

After 30 years of being a missionary in the Francophone world which included developing indigenous mission movements in Central African Republic, Rwanda and Ethiopia, they spent the next years taking a more local pastoral role in a church based in Wavrin. Having been able to hand on this church to local leadership they are at present uniting their missionary and pastoral experience through the development of a church planting and mentoring movement called Oxygène.
They still hold responsibility for the Wavrin church but are also seeing new intiatives begin in Thumeries and Paimpol (Brittany), while mentoring an established group in Besançon.

Rob & Sylvanne Reeves

Rob & Sylviane Reeves

Revd David Nahayo

Mission Partner: Rwanda

Revd David Nahayo

Butare Christian Mission (BCM) | Butare, Rwanda

David carried the burden for a holistic ministry for years before finally sharing the vision in 2004. After sharing, he and some others began fasting on Fridays. Not long afterwards, Robert Reeve (one of St Paul’s other Mission Partners) came to visit them in Rwanda. It eventually became clear that it was time to make his dream become reality. It was time to start a ministry and Butare Christian Mission was born. David is one of the BCM founders and functions as the organization’s CEO.

BCM is a Christian non-profit, non-denominational organization committed to sharing and living out the Gospel.They are deeply involved with evangelism, children’s education and local economic & sustainability projects.

Mission Partner: Peru

The Stoker Family

Latin Link | Cusco, Peru

Dave’s focus is on helping Christian believers to grow in their relationship with God through practical spiritual formation courses. In 2017 he started Raices Fuertes (Deep Roots), a program to promote spiritual growth through a team of local Christians. During times of the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the training has gone online, with virtual teachings centred on Biblical Engagement.

Kay heads up a team of Christian volunteers who work with bereaved families. Kay’s special focus is on working with children and teenagers. In 2016 Kay co-founded Nueva Esperanza (New Hope), a project providing bereavement care to families, which has involved a team of volunteers coming alongside grieving families, and training others to accompany people in grief.

Dave, Kay, Joshua & Emily

“I was brought up as a Methodist. At the age of 12, I was expelled from Sunday School for being disruptive. I still attended church reasonably frequently and considered myself a Christian. But, to be honest, I was more interested in football.

In university, I met a Christian who asked me, ‘How can you call yourself a Christian if you don’t have a Bible and never read it?’ I was shocked, but I realised he was right. I didn’t really understand what being a Christian meant. I knew I had a choice to make: I was either in or out. I was not going to sit on the fence any more. That night, I asked Christ to forgive me and accept me as one of his children. I wasn’t entirely convinced my life would change, but it did. It was a gradual change as I read the Bible and got to know Christ better.

I worked in Indonesia and started a Bible study group for young Indonesian Christians. I’ve been able to explain so much of what I have learned from reading the Bible. Helping them read it for themselves and apply what they learn their own lives has been a privilege.

I’m retired now, but I am convinced that God still has things for me to do.”

– Derek

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