Our mission partners work either overseas or in the UK.
Rebecca is involved in the Morning Star leadership team working with young people, sharing her faith, teaching them many skills as well as
learning how to maintain the small tall ship, Morning Star of Revelation and hopefully gaining sailing qualifications. She will be part of the team from 2018 – 2019. The mission statement of the trust is to ‘inspire young people from all walks of life to live life to the full’ and the trust believes that ‘offshore sailing is the perfect platform to develop individuals; spiritually, physically, emotionally and socially.’
Nick and Amanda Lunn
Nick and Amanda serve with Wycliffe Bible Translators. After working on a New Testament in Kenya, Nick is now working as a Translation Consultant on a number of different Bible translations in eastern and central Asia. His main project at the moment is the Kurdish Old Testament, for the Kurds living in Turkey. Amanda has an ongoing interest in a project to help rehabilitate Nairobi street children that she was involved in when living in Kenya.
James and Jayne Tetley
James served as Associate Minister at Purley Baptist Church between 2008 and 2014. In November 2014, James started serving Crossroads Church in Geneva as the Associate Pastor. Crossroads Church is a multi-denominational church with over 65 nationalities from around the world. It is an exciting and challenging missionary context to be working with France being a highly secular country. James and Jayne have four children, Grace, Eliana, Stephen and Joy. As a family they love being outdoors, and going on walks ('but not too long' - according to the children).
Mark and Jenny Beckwith
Mark and Jenny have been serving with MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) since 2009. They are currently based in Mareeba, Queensland, Australia where Mark is the Maintenance Planner and Jenny is the Communications Officer. Mareeba is the heavy maintenance support base and training centre for both pilots and engineers, serving MAF programmes across the Asia Pacific Region and beyond, with over 30 international families based there. Mark and Jenny have two daughters, Abigail and Naomi.
Teddy and Didi Oprenov
Teddy and Didi pastor a growing Baptist Church in Sofia, Bulgaria. They also minister to children in orphanages, homeless people, refugees and help with literacy skills among children in the Roma community. They have two daughters, Sophia and Ami.