Colin and Sunhwa Jenkins (SCFS)
Furthering the extension of God’s kingdom amongst seafarers through the ‘Seamen’s Christian Friend Society’- SCFS. www.scfs.org. Colin and Sunhwa took over the work in Cork in September 2006. Their mission is to visit the seafarers who come into Cork and to help them both practically and spiritually. To keep up to date with them, visit their Soul Food for Seafarers’ page at http://seasoulfood.blogspot.com/ and for FACEBOOK users please visit http://www.facebook.com/scfs1If you would like regular updates and prayer points please email Colin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Morris (UFM)
Stephen and Rhonda have been actively involved in missionary service over many years with UFM; most recently serving in India. Steve is now on the Centurion scheme, working from Ballymena and making trips throughout the year to India.
Paul and Tricia Todd (SIM)
Senior Editor – Africa Christian TextbookS (ACTS) In July 2010, Paul was asked to become Senior Editor for African Christian Textbooks (ACTS), a Nigerian-based Christian literature organisation. He was later accepted by SIM as a missionary to be seconded to work with ACTS in this role. Regular visits to Nigeria are an essential part of his role including meeting authors, many of whom are theology professors; networking with church leaders; and discussing issues with ACTS management. http://www.sim.co.uk/missionary/paul-todd
Jim Brown (Exodus)
Jim has been working for Exodus since it started in 1997. He is married to Eva and has 2 kids – Sophie and Peter. He taught for 12 years before helping pioneer the work of Exodus in Portstewart. Jim’s primary focus within Exodus is to provide leadership and keep a focus on the development of the work in Europe. He is passionate about small groups and mentoring and believes that training is an important key to effective discipleship.
Rosie Smith and her husband are currently living abroad and working cross-culturally.
You can contact Rosie through the church office at email@example.com
Jonny Hamill (Care for Cambodia)
CfC provides humanitarian care and educational support in 80 rural Cambodia villages. Its headquarters are based in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. CfC is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) or charity, which was started by Norman and Fi Teece, and their Cambodian son Khemera, when they saw the desperate need of many children in Cambodia. In 2011 Jonny and Jill Hamill moved to Cambodia to assist Norman and Fi and, in 2012, formal day to day running was handed over to Jonny and Khemera in partnership. CfC has been registered with the Cambodian government since July 2001. Its primary objective has always been to see Khmer people caring for Khmer people in spiritual and practical ways.
David Bell (Belfast City Mission)
David looks after Rathcoole Belfast City Mission which seeks to serve the community and to show Gods’ love and mercy to all. They have a great range of services and activities at the centre. Whether it’s for fun, food, fellowship or just to make new friends, BCM Rathcoole gives people somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to. The objective of the work is: ‘Mission at the Heart of the Estate with the Estate at it’s Heart.’
Johnny and Lyn Dowds (PCI Mission Malawi): http://www.pcimissionoverseas.org/people/item/45/johnny-and-lyn-dowds/
Dani and Gia Hardut (Floresti Church, Romania): http://growtheharvest.org/aboutus/daniandgiahardut.html
Rachel Sheppard (Scripture Union E3 worker, Ballymena): http://suni.co.uk/schools/schools-workers/
New Tribes Mission – Unreached People Groups: http://uk.ntm.org/
Compassion UK – Child Sponsorship: https://www.compassionuk.org/
Open Doors – Persecuted Church: www.opendoorsuk.org/
Mission Africa – Unreached People Groups (Fulani People): http://www.missionafrica.org.uk/ministries/14/engaging-the-nomadic-fulani-in-Nigeria
Tearfund – Relief and Development: www.tearfund.org/
The Francina Foundation – Justice: http://www.thefrancinafoundation.org/
Each year many of our young people/adults take part in Exodus outreaches.
There are also opportunities for others to get involved with the adult teams who have undertaken summer projects over the past few years.