At the 9.15am and 11am services.
“Mission in Action”
Our Upside Down Sunday this week is organized by the Partners in Mission working group. Our aim is to try to showcase what Christian Mission is all about in the 21st Century, and to introduce you to a number of our Mission Partners and Partner Organisations. We hope that you will find it an interesting and stimulating morning.
You will be able to choose to attend two sessions during the course of the service. Two of our partners are locally based, and two are linked with overseas or international mission. You might wish to choose one of each as a contrast, and perhaps include one that you know little about.
Our Partners for the morning are:
Speaker: Sally Miller
Friends International is a Christian charity that supports international students in the UK through equipping churches and volunteers to serve, minister, and engage with international students, in over 40 towns and cities across the UK.
Speakers: Mike & Katherine Dare
The Kisumu Children Trust is dedicated to improving the lives of some of Kenya’s poorest children through the provision of a children’s Home; support for children within their own homes; and assistance with community development projects.
Speakers: Tricia Bastable and John Way
The Watford Schools’ Trust is a Christian Charity that works with over 50 schools in the Watford area, helping teachers provide pupils with a clear understanding of the Christian faith.
Speakers: Dorothy Knightley, Sara Barrett
Watford and Three Rivers Refugee Partnership Charity works alongside Asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, often with no recourse to public funds, in our local area.
St Luke’s Partners in Mission Working Group. If you are interested in knowing more about the work of the Partners in Mission Group please talk to any of the members: John Bishop, Paul Evans, Angela Gourley, Joy Hobbs, Dave Middlebrook (Vicar), Bill Miller (Chair), Peter Tindale, John Williamson