What is mission?
Mission is telling others about Jesus & sharing with them how much
He loves them!
At SBC we support a number of different international mission projects:
As a church we hope to support some of the individuals involved in these great projects through prayer, connecting and giving. Please see below for more info & how you can support.
''They will soar on
wings like eagles''
Naomi (on the right) pictured alongside Agnes (middle) and Lister (left)
Naomi is a teacher from the UK who began visiting Kaniki in 2005. She moved to Zambia in 2015 and is now the Director of Kapumpe Christian Primary School. She also leads the Arise Team who work closely together to best support the guardians and orphans in the Arise project.
Arise Orphan Project:
Empowering orphans, vulnerable children and their guardians.
Kampumpe Christian Primary School:
Equipping pupils and staff with excellent education and discipleship for life-long learning.
Buna Ziua Friends!
''Be strong and courageous.
Do not be frightened for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go''
Dinah (on far left) pictured with Tijs, Jessica and family.
AMEN is a conduit for channelling resources to many overseas Christians working to make a difference in their own countries.
Dinah travelled out to Romania in summer 2020, feeling that God had been leading her to go and spend time there. Dinah has been working as a volunteer with Tijs and Jessica (AMEN partners) who have a ministry to show God's love to the Roma People.
Since 2009 thousands of AMEN shoeboxes have been distributed in Romania helping to bring joy and encouragement to needy families.
''As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him—you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.''
1 Peter 2:4-5
Toby and Pippa, with Jakey, Ella, and Millie
The Vokuhl Family:
The Vokuhl family moved to Pokhara, central Nepal in early 2018. Toby has a role in the Disaster Response and Resilience Department of BMS partner INF, and Pippa works to train Nepali physiotherapists. The family are also involved in local church and community projects. Pippa and Toby have three children: Jakey, Ella and Millie.