mission

We believe that mission is vital to the life of our church and the church worldwide. We reach out to our local community through many different ways but we also support our Mission Partners both here and abroad. We want to help practically, with finance and also through prayer. Please join us in learning about and supporting those below

Jenny Green

Jenny Green CMS Mission Partner in Britain

Having completed 20 years' service in Uganda, Jenny now works as community chaplain in Bradford with two Anglican benefices, with asylum seekers and refugees, and in family ministry. She lives in Bradford with her two adopted children, Hannah and Jojo. Jenny's cross-cultural experience is helping her to reach out to others who are feeling culturally challenged as they try to find their feet in the UK.  

Jenny's role as community chaplain includes providing pastoral support to local people and helping church members to develop their role in the community centre.

Pedro and Annu Santos

Pedro and Annu Santos CMJ Israel

Pedro and Annu, together with Daniel (18) and Yonatan (15).  Pedro is manager of Beit Immanuel and also speaks to numerous groups in the Heritage Centre about the Christian history of the building.  He and Annu are part of the leadership team from the large Messianic congregation.

jean.herrick@talktalk.net

Tim Curtis

Tim Curtis CMS Mission Partner in Paraguay

Tim has headed up the Bible translation team of the Enxet Bible for many years. The whole Bible was finally published in 2016.  Tim is currently encouraging Chaco churches in their use of the Bible, including a dramatised audio version of much of the Enxet New Testament.  He will be on leave in summer 2017 and is seeking the Lord about the future of focus of his work.

Chris and Suzy Wilson

Chris and Suzy Wilson CMS Mission Partners in Ethiopia

Chris and Suzy with Abigail (4) and Matthew (2) have been in Gambella, Ethiopia since summer 2016.  Chris is teaching at St Frumentius Theological College which is training South Sudanese refugees for ministry in the very large and fast growing church, now numbering over 200,000 South Sudanese refugees and local Ethiopians.

Through the Crosslinks Mission Society, Holy Trinity is also supporting a young South Sudanese refugee in his training at the college.

Short Term Partners

From time to time members of Holy Trinity are involved in short term mission projects and are supported by the church.