We encourage every member of St George's to be passionately involved in the task of ‘making disciples of all nations’.
Long Term Mission
Part of our long term mission is the support of international mission partners. Details of all the mission partners supported by St George's can be found below. In addition to these families we support a Tearfund project in Lale, Uganda
SHORT TERM MISSION
Each year we sponsor church members for short term mission trips including sending a team to help run a holiday club in Romania. We invite you to get involved in the Romania Mission each July.
If you are considering short term mission and are a member at St George’s, we would love to pray for you and give you encouragement. Please get in touch with us to find out how you can receive support from St George's including prayer and financial support, where possible.
Find out More
If you have questions about our Global Passion or short term mission, please get in touch with us using the email below.
To subscribe to receive prayer updates from the mission partners email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 'Global Net' in the title.
CURRENT MISSION PARTNERS
Jonathan & Mary Clark
Christ Church, Bangkok
For 12 months Jonathan and Mary are serving as volunteers. Christ Church has 30+ nationalities, and includes business people, diplomats, refugees, and Thais who have learned English overseas. The vision is “to be a place where people come to find Christ, and be refreshed in Christ in a spiritually demanding city”.
Andy and Uta Buckler
Crosslinks & United Protestant Church of France (EPUdF)
Andy is a national leader of the United Protestant Church of France (EPUdF) .He has particular responsibility for training in order to bring spiritual renewal to local churches and enable them to engage in evangelism. Uta oversees the children’s ministry in their church, as well as pastoral and prayer ministry. They have five children: Thomas, Samuel, Daniel, Lois and Amélie.
Tim and Rachel Nunn
Serving in Mission & CURE International
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Tim and Rachel are serving in Addis Ababa with Serving in Mission. Tim is an orthopaedic surgeon working at the CURE hospital doing children’s reconstructive surgery. Rachel is busy with Family medicine training leadership, school governor work and help with the graduate and undergraduate Christian Medical Fellowship groups. They have 3 children, Matt(14), Beka(12) and Joel(8) who go to the SIM school in Addis Ababa called Bingham.
Hugh and Heather Nelson
Church Leadership, World Horizons
Hugh and Heather pastor a small church in Izunokuni Shi, close to Mount Fuji. There are several ‘not-yet-believers’ who regularly attend church and Bible studies. The church’s biggest outreach is through ‘Happy Clubs’ where about 100 children aged 0 - 12 learn English and hear a short Bible message each week. They have 2 sons, Tomo and Jun who are both weekly boarders at an international Christian High School in Tokyo.
Charles and Jocelyne Montagu
Arab World Ministries,
Charles and Jocelyne serve with Arab World Ministry of Pioneers, based in Worthing. Jocelyne is the Office Manager and Charles works with AWM's website and social media outreach in Arabic. The greatest encouragement is to see serious questions from interested inquirers. They are able to introduce some of them to Christian believers in their own countries. C & J have three children-Edward, Emily and Robert.
Jason & Rachel
Operation Mobilisation (OM)
Jason and Rachel and their two children live overseas and work with a cross-cultural OM team, many of whom are Believers from a Muslim Background. The team specialises in making the Bible and Bible teaching resources available via the internet, television, phone and radio to people in a part of the world where there is strong opposition to the Gospel and where getting hold of a Bible has been difficult at best.
Jonathan and Laura Beatham
Serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators
Jonathan and Laura are based in Leeds and have two sons, Christopher and Joseph. They feel called to serve people from the Fertile Crescent region, particularly minority language speakers. They are co-managing a Bible translation project for a language spoken by over 2 million people, working both face to face and over the Internet. They are also working in the area of EthnoArts, which involves helping peoples to use their indigenous art forms to internalise God's Word, grow as disciples and share the Gospel with others
School Teacher (Head of Primary Section)
Sarah lives in a Middle-Eastern country where she works in a school for children of Christians who work with disadvantaged people. Sarah teaches Art and also oversees the Primary section of the school. She is responsible for 11 members of staff and 80 children who come from a wide variety of backgrounds including Korean and American. Sarah also mentors inexperienced staff members and has a special ministry to both newly arrived families and those departing.