Chile: natural resources in short supply

This week, plans to ration water in Santiago were announced as a result of 13 years of drought. Seen as another example of climate change, please pray for wise stewardship of the region’s natural resources and for those working in creation care to counteract the damage that has already been done. Please pray particularly for […]

South Asia: safe arrival

Give thanks that mission partners E and R have arrived safely in the UK for home leave. Pray for a refreshing time in the UK and good opportunities to connect with families, friends and churches.

Dismas Ngendabanga, Rwanda

Preaching, guiding and counselling, and helping Christians in their discipleship journey through providing materials and teaching

Easter reflection from CEO Alastair Bateman

In a challenging season, Alastair reflects on God's power in human weakness.

Rachel Karanja, Kenya

Working to see God transform communities through innovative businesses, including biogas programmes, faith-driven farming groups and more

Nepal: residential mission training

National Mission Commission of Nepal (NMCN) asks for prayer for the 17 students from all over Nepal who have just begun residential mission training with them. Pray for teachers and students to connect well with each other and for God to guide each student’s learning. Please also pray for all the upcoming short-term mission programmes […]

Building up indigenous leaders in Paraguay

Facing the future with only 14 ordained priests in the whole country is a significant challenge for the Anglican Church in Paraguay

Ukraine update 5 April

We join with much of the world in grieving, as we hear reports of civilian killings and other atrocities in Bucha, a town near the capital Kyiv, Ukraine. US and European allies warning of intensified sanctions on Russia. See the BBC for the latest news. CMS people in mission in Ukraine are praying to God […]

Ukraine update 28 March

Alison and the group have arrived safely at a new village location where they are able to rent houses that are usually only used in the summer. They are very grateful for their accommodation, which is ever more difficult to find with up to 7 million people displaced within the country.

Lent appeal 2022

Give today to stand in the gap and help a new generation to know Jesus For generations, missionaries have stood with the marginalised peoples of the Chaco, northern Argentina – fighting alongside indigenous people to keep their land, translating Scripture into native languages and pouring their energy into sharing Jesus. But for the next generation, […]

Charles Clayton, chair of trustees

An expert on leadership in international organisations and seasoned NGO chief, Charles Clayton is the executive director of Oxford Leaders Ltd and CEO of the Primary Trauma Care Foundation, which provides training for doctors and first responders in the management of severe injury – particularly in the world’s poorest countries. Mr Clayton is a former chief […]

Andrew Bowerman

Andrew co-directs the Anglican Alliance, a small secretariat that looks to connect Anglican agencies with local churches across the communion. He has also held governance positions with Tearfund, the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, and several other UK-based local charities. Andrew became a Christian in his late teens. After training as a social worker, he worked with Interserve on projects around church […]