Our Mission Partners include:

Deborah Ajulu

I’m a member of St Clement’s Church congregation and I co-ordinate Community Development Projects for Poverty Alleviation in Ngora District of Eastern Uganda with a local Board of Christian Directors through a local NGO called FADO-T.

FADO-T aims to be holistic in nature to address the multifaceted poverty that keeps rural populations bound to sub-level standards of existence. The aim is to promote both spiritual and socio-economic transformation that leads to fulfilment of life & Shalom for the rural people.

FADO-T’s current focus is working with youth who are key for the development of communities.

Through our Christian institute we offer training in skills such as tailoring, carpentry, motor mechanics and brick laying.

We also run a Home-based Palliative Care Project with a small team who give care and support to the terminally ill in village homes.


Steve and Sandie Davies

We have been based at the OM (Operation Mobilisation) UK headquarters near Oswestry in Shropshire since 2008. We both work in the Personnel Department, handling enquiries and applications for folk joining OM to serve on board OM’s ship Logos Hope and in many countries around the world. We also help with several orientation conferences each year, keep in touch with and look after people “in the field”, and meet with and debrief folk on their return.


Nick Drayson and Catherine Le Tissier

Nick is diocesan bishop of Northern Argentina, looking after 150 mostly rural churches, and seeking to lead them in mission. Catherine heads up the work with women and families.


John Livingstone

Of the 7000 or so languages in active use today only 698 have a complete Bible. Wycliffe Bible Translators are joining forces with churches, organisations and individuals from around the globe so that everyone will have access to God's Word in a language that they truly understand.

From Oxford John supports the work in Eurasia, advising on publishing issues and assisting in leadership and in administration.


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