The church gives away 10% of its income to support mission in the UK and overseas. We commit to supporting individuals or organisations financially, practically and in prayer. Find out who we are currently supporting in the UK and worldwide.

Mission Partners

Ephraim Ngendakuriyo, Great Lakes Outreach – Burundi

GLO is a network of passionate people of faith who are reaching out to meet the spiritual and physical needs of the last, the lost and the least in Burundi, Central Africa. It was founded in 2003 by Simon Guillebaud, in response to the massive needs and huge potential impact of strategic involvement in cooperation with key partners, including Scripture Union. Ephraim is in charge of Scripture Union’s Children’s Department. He is part of the ‘last and the lost and the least’ in Burundi.

Link Person: Caroline Golden

Sam and Jane Voss, U-Turn – South Africa

Sam is the director of U-Turn, a charity that offers homeless people in Cape Town the opportunity to transform their lives – with Jesus along side. U turn grew out of a local church in the business district of Cape Town where many homeless people congregate. U turn offers homeless folks a life transformed – from soup kitchens to hostels to work training to reintegration, all with Jesus along side. They define their ministry in three phases; 1) making contact, 2) rehabilitation, 3) reintegration.

Link person: Emma Lidbury

Joseph Uyikuru – Uganda

Joseph delivers regular evangelistic outreach programmes to youth in North Uganda. He is also developing networks with local church leaders.

Abi Coles – Columbia

Abi is a short-term mission coordinator for Latin Link in Columbia. Abi works to integrate missionaries from the UK and Europe into the work of the church in Columbia. For more information, contact

Paz Y Esperanza (Peace and Hope) – Ecuador

Paz y Esperanza (Peace and Hope) is a Christian human rights organisation dedicated to defending and promoting justice on behalf of people and communities in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, motivated by God’s heart for justice. They work to tackle domestic violence, seek reparations and justice for those who suffered political violence, and to protect the rights of marginalised groups such as indigenous peoples, farmer communities, children and those with disabilities. They seek justice through the courts, provide psychological and spiritual support for those who have suffered, mobilise the local church to take a more active role in society and seek to change government policies and practices to favour the most marginalised groups.
The UK office was set up in 2010 to support their work. Graham Gordon, member of All Saints, worked with them for 6 years in Peru and is a Trustee.
More information on the, receive regular updates by emailing

Bob and Jane Hurley – France

The Hurleys run a church in Grenoble and spend much of their time befriending and discipling students from all over the world. For more information, contact

Joerg and Lisa Schmidt – Germany

Based in Germany, Joerg and Lisa wrk with Muslim refugees who have fled from their home countries. For more information, contact

Other Partners

We also have partners in closed countries. For more information, contact