Mission Partners

We believe we are all one in Jesus, and so we support the mission of our brothers and sisters around the world.

This Month’s Person to Pray for:

Please pray for Azaria Spencer, our CMS mission partner working with young people in Guatemala. She has been asked to be the head coordinator of Centro Opp, a new centre in Guatemala City that houses the Casa Alexis Protection Home and the Mentoring Centre. She asks for prayer for the mentoring centre, for the development of new programmes and activities, and for the creation of a committee of young people to help her develop the discipleship programme.

Youth Project

The youth project at St. Mark’s, Ngagara that we supported last year on Burundi Sunday is well underway with 95 children and young people between the ages of 5 and 23 yrs. engaged in a range of musical activities.

St. Mark’s, Gahosha

St. Mark’s, Gahosha has celebrated the official opening of the Vicarage, meeting room and another building by the Bishop of Makamba Diocese. In his speech the Vicar of St. Mark’s, Rev. Hermes Gatoto thanked us for our support with these projects and invited us to share in the parish’s 20th anniversary celebrations next year.

The Anglican Church of Burundi

St Mark’s partnership with Burundi started in the 1970’s with a commitment to pray for the Church and the country.
We continue that link today in various ways but particularly through our support of two parishes, St. Mark’s, Ngagara and St. Mark’s, Gahosha.

St. Mark’s, Gahosha in Makamba
St. Mark’s, Ngagara in Bujumbura

Annually we have Burundi Sunday when we connect with one of those parishes and support a project of their choosing.
You can find out more at www.anglicanburundi.org, where there is also a link to the Facebook page.

Our CMS (Church Mission Society) link mission partner. 

Azaria is working in Guatemala City with Street Kids Direct, a charity offering street children and young people at risk the opportunity to be equipped with life skills and to receive mentoring and assistance in making positive life choices. You can find out more through her Facebook page, her blog, and through CMS.