Mission of the Month
Each month we focus on one mission organisation for prayer and financial support. They are listed below for 2017 and 2016, first in date order and then in alphabetical order.
Links to other organisations we make use of or contribute to are listed a separate page.
In date order
|December||BRF: Bible Reading Fellowship Barnabas|
|November||MAF: Mission Aviation Fellowship UK|
|October||Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child|
|August||UWCM: Uganda Women Concern Ministry|
|April||UCB: United Christian Broadcasters|
|March||Children of Hope, Kenya: Tumaini Kwa Watoto|
|January||KRDP: the Kimbuta Rural Development Programme|
|December||BRF, Bible Reading Fellowship Barnabas|
|November||MAF, Mission Aviation Fellowship UK|
|September||Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child|
|August||Children of Hope, Kenya: Tumaini Kwa Watoto|
|June||Churches Together in Cumbria|
|April||UDS, Uganda Development Services|
|February||UCB, United Christian Broadcasters|
|January||KRDP, the Kimbuta Rural Development Programme|
In alphabetical order
… with more information and links to the mission’s web sites.
- Bible Explorer (BX)
- BX teaches the storyline of the Bible to children and Walk Thru The Bible presents the big picture of the Bible for adults.
- The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF)
- BRF promotes individual Christian growth; Church outreach in the local community — including Messy Church, Who Let The Dads Out?, The Gift of Years and Barnabas in Churches; teaching Christianity in primary schools; and children’s and family ministry.
- Children of Hope, Tumaini Kwa Watoto
- Tumaini Kwa Watoto believes that “God sets the lonely into families” (Psalm 68 verse 6a). It is a charity operating a family-based outreach, empowerment, and foster care program aimed at orphans and vulnerable children, especially those living on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya.
- Christian Aid
- Christian Aid is a Christian charitable organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
- Kimbuta Rural Development Programme (KRDP)
- KRDP works in Kimaluli-Butta, a village in Manafwa district of Eastern Uganda, about 200km from the
national capital, Kampala. Kimaluli-Butta is in a rural area where the majority of people rely on subsistence
farming for their living.
In Kimaluli-Butta, the people are ready and willing to work, but often lack resources. The UK charity raises funds which can be used to carry out projects that improve the quality of life and opportunities for the whole community. The UK charity does not decide the local priorities: their approach is based on partnership: supporters provide the funds to enable Ugandans to meet the needs of their own communities.
- Kreativity is based in Cherkassy, Ukraine. As it says on their website: “The ‘Kreativity’ team are passionate about Mission, developing business projects to fund ministry. We try to be self-sufficient, we develop leaders, we create unique opportunities for young people to grow closer to God.” To find out more, visit
- Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF)
- MAF uses aircraft to transform the lives of the world’s most isolated people in need.
We have a particular link with Joey Redhead, an electronics engineer with MAF in Papua New Guinea. He lived in Frodsham during his early years.
- Operation Christmas Child (OCC)
- OCC organises an annual shoe-box appeal. Part of Samaritan’s Purse International Relief.
- tearfund aims to follow Jesus where need is greatest, working through local churches to unlock people’s potential and helping them to discover that the answer to poverty is within themselves.
- UCB provides Christian radio broadcasts in the UK and produce magazines such as The Word for Today.
- Uganda Development Services (UDS)
- , now part of Afrinspire, was set up to provide information and skills training for rural families in Uganda. Working from their Development Centre in Kamuli, Eastern Uganda, they provided access to information and training in Literacy, Computer Training and Rural Development, giving people the possibility of escaping poverty.
- Uganda Women Concern Ministry (UWCM)
- UWCM is a Christian organisation working with all people regardless of their faith or religious affiliation. UWCM was established in 1991 by Edith Wakumire to assist and empower people living in poverty, particularly those affected by AIDS. The organisation focuses on rural communities near Mbale in the east of Uganda and offers hope to those in need through practical, emotional, and spiritual support.