global outreach


The GO Team is our ministry for Global Outreach connected to St Paul's. We have a passion to see God's kingdom spread throughout the world. We do this by...

  • Maintaining a high profile of world mission at St Paul’s, bringing good news to both the spiritually and materially poor beyond Leamington
  • Equipping the congregation to be more involved in sharing good news across cultures
  • Selecting, supporting and caring for St Paul’s Mission Partners and Mission Organisations

Mission Opportunities


We want to support all church members going out on short term mission. If you are planning a short term mission trip, or would be interested in doing so, please contact the GO Team for further information.

Our mission partners would also love people from the congregation to visit them and get involved with their work. If you would be interested in serving with our mission partners please let us know!
 
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More Opportunities

 
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Open Doors

Open Doors supports persecuted Christians with Bibles, Christian materials, training, livelihood skills, advocacy - and in a whole host of other ways - so that they know they are not forgotten and can stand strong to serve their communities. So that they can give life.

They  also seek to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland not only to serve Christians living under religious persecution but also to learn from them what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. 

Open Doors
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Betel UK

 

Betel UK is an independent Christian charity for men, women and families affected especially by homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse and long-term unemployment.

Their aim is to bring long-term freedom and restoration to broken lives, not only seeing people escape addiction, but also becoming productive, trustworthy men and women of character when they leave a Betel community. This is accomplished by building values, skills and character through living, working and worshipping together in a caring Christian community.

Supporting NOTDEC

NOTDEC (the Nzirambi Orphans Talent Development Centre) is situated in Western Uganda and cares for motherless or abandoned children in purpose-built accommodation. It was started 30 years ago by Dorothy Nzirambi who started to look after a baby girl who had lost her mother in childbirth and it grew from there to its current size, where over 150 children are now supported, some on site, and some back with their own families.


St Paul's, through NOTDEC UK, has had strong links with NOTDEC Uganda over a good number of years which has seen many children being sponsored by our church members, and many mission trips to help out.

 

NOTDEC village

Our Mission Partners

     
Westons

Richard & Catherine Weston
helping churches and agencies in their international students work. Oxford, UK.

  theresa

Theresa Wilson
Based in the UK, working on Bible translation for the Ninigo Islands in Papua New Guinea.

  rangers

Keith & Catherine Ranger
ministry amongst Chinese scholars in the UK

 
elisa

Elisa Pike
working with an NGO called Compassiva in Brazil.

  daveys

Richard & Carolyn Davey
with WEC International. Leamington Spa, UK.

  wurfels

Claire & Marcos Wurfel
church planting
in Concordia, Argentina.

 
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Stu & Rosie Bayford
with CMS, in Recife, Brazil working with abused, trafficked or exploited young girls.

  James and Rachel Sandels

James & Rachel Sandels
with YWAM,
in Albania.
working with young people. 

  John and Hannah Williams

John & Hannah Williams
with Reach Beyond
in Central Asia, working in health care and community projects

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