"And Jesus came and said to them, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.’"
At St Peter & St Paul's we believe that our faith is personal but it should not be private. We have Good News and we want to share it with others. We do this in our community through MUMA, Home Groups and Alpha but we also help those working in the towns and villages around us and further afield.
Paul Williams - Radstock/Seedtime
Paul has been involved in the Radstock network of churches connected for global mission for over 15 years, serving the church in different parts of Eurasia. Paul is currently based in Central Asia, working with church planters, university students and micro-entrepreneurs. Paul’s passion is forging Gospel partnerships across cultures, and seeing emerging countries sending churches into mission. www.radstock.org | www.seedtime.mn
Andrew Fanstone - Iris Ministries
Andrew is based in Fontazala, Brazil. He is working and living with his wife and children in one of the worst slums in the city - working amongst prostitutes, drug dealers, orphans and widows. Fontalaza is widely known as a centre for prostitution and sex trafficking in South America and, sadly, as ‘the 3rd best location for sex tourism in the world’. www.irisglobal.org/fortaleza
Both Paul and Andrew are totally-self funding supported by churches and personal donations.
Bible a Month
This is run by the Bible Society – amongst their work they help with:
The Open House Project is a Christian organisation that supports young people in the Royston area, many of whom could be classed as ‘at risk’. On an average ‘Drop-in’ evening around 50 young people aged between 12 and 18 drop in to chill with friends.
GenR8 works in partnership with local churches to present the Christian message to primary school children. Each term they tour all the local primary schools bringing God's word in a fun a memorable way.
Situated in Cambridge, Romsey Mill gives support to a wide range of people; young mums, school refusers, troubled teenagers and many more.
Prospects is part of Livability, a national organisation that works in partnership with local churches and national Christian holiday conferences and enables people with learning difficulties to feel welcomed and to express their faith in Jesus.