Robinsons

Mission Partners

St John's Overseas Mission Partners

CPAS

CPAS enables churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ, by equipping churches for evangelism through developing effective leadership.

For example, CPAS runs:
  • Ventures- Many of the young people go on their Broads Cruise each Easter.
  • Growing Leaders course- St John's runs this course and several of the church's members have participated. Find out more on the Growing Leaders page.
Our link person for CPAS is Graham Oliver.


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John and Gillian Robinson left the UK with their family for Bangkok in 2009 to work with the underprivileged, especially those in prisons. They subsequently opened the Place of Grace where they help very poor children. The Place of Grace now has a UK based charity, which is separate from the Robinsons who are supported through Crosslinks.

For more information visit the following websites or speak to someone in Julie Wilman's Life Group - NEW.
Crosslinks website: www.crosslinks.org
The Place of Grace website: www.placeofgracebangkok.org
The Robinson's family website: www.tearstoyoureyes.com

Cry in the Dark

Cry in the Dark provide care for orphans and sick children in Romania through the Castle Lummia care home, Hospice Castle Albert and Project Hope in the community. Our Revival Youth group have been serving Cry in the Dark in Romania for several years. They have just returned from Romania their August 2017 visit. See the Romania Mission Trips page.

To find out more visit the Cry in the Dark website or speak to the link person for Cry in the Dark.

OMF

David and Manuela Pawson are working towards going to Japan with OMF in 2020. In 2016 Heather Cox worked with Serve Asia in Japan using her multi-media skills. Heather is now continuing to work for OMF at their HQ in the UK.

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Tear Fund

Please contact Sue Simpson our link person for Tear Fund for more information.
 

iReachAfrica

Paul and Jane Smith are moving with their family to Mozambique. They are directors of a vocational training centre called “Tariro”. Tariro means hope, as its purpose is to bring hope to local young people who struggle to find opportunities, employment or any way out of poverty. At Tariro 2 year vocational courses are offered, which include learning a skill such as metalwork, supporting subjects such as maths and business, and a foundation of Christian discipleship. They will be working as part of a small Christian organisation called iReachAfrica who oversee various educational and medical projects.
 

St John's Local Mission Partners

WMAG's mission partner, Just42, is based in the local area and receives significant input from St John's church members. You can find out more about Just42 on the Local Community page.
Our link person is Mike Simpson.