Supporting Mission Home and Abroad

 

Read more about our people that have helped others below

K ward Counsellor, Durtlang Hospital, Mizoram

Dr Dina works as a Counsellor on Ward K, which treats patients with substance dependencies. Alcohol and drug addiction are a huge problem in Mizoram.

Dr Dina

HIV/Lesotho Aids

Dr Graham Thomas, Bala founded the charity HIV Lesotho in 2012 following a visit to Lesotho by the Thomas family when they were touched by an unexpected encounter with two young girls. They lived without an adult, without food and without an income. Since the charity’s inception the family has been fundraising and working with the local church in Lesotho. In addition, Dr Graham has supported the setting up of TB and HIV / Aids clinics – some of which are in very remote areas – with teams of nurses travelling across country on horses to run them.

Dr Graham Thomas

Reaching Romania

Irene Phillips is a member of the Watton Chapel, Brecon and is also a trustee of the charity Reaching Romania. The PCW, through the Women’s work  have been supporting the Widow’s Mite project which aims to help very poor widows.

Cornerstone Uganda

Cornerstone is a charity that supports young men in Uganda. The charity was set up by Sara and Nancy, two members of Siloh, Gelligroes after realising the need for young men who had been brought up in care homes to receive support after turning 18 years old.

English Presbytery Japan Mission  EPJM (Presbyterian Church of Singapore)

EPJM has been working alongside 3-11 Iwate Church Network for the past 9 years, following the tsunami disaster that occurred in Eastern Japan in 2011. Teams visit to Japan on short term mission trips to assist the local churches in their efforts to serve their communities and present the Gospel.