Ukraine: visa

Mission partner Alison Giblett has had to leave Ukraine and travel to Romania to re-apply for her residency visa. Pray for favour with those she comes into contact with and for her paperwork to be processed quickly. Pray, too for local partners Valery and Anya and their church as they bring hope through providing food […]

Living hospitably in the Czech Republic

New mission partners Lea and Petra Williams on how getting to grips with a new ministry has been shaped by the war in Ukraine

Community cafe commended for caring

Home Cafe offers hot coffee and a warm welcome to refugees

A decade of difference: anti-FGM charity marks a milestone

28 Too Many, the charity founded by CMS mission partner Ann-Marie Wilson, is celebrating 10 years of working to eradicate female genital mutilation (FGM).

Ukraine: why I chose to stay

Mission partner Alison Giblett shares why she chose to stay among her community in Ukraine even as violence swept in

Lea and Petra Williams, Czech Republic

Leading the Anglican congregation in Brno and developing a vibrant Christian community where people can meet Jesus and grow as disciples.

Anya Manchuliak, Ukraine

Coordinates church and ministry connections, develops partnerships with other churches and missions, trains youth and shares the gospel.

Berdine van den Toren-Lekkerkerker, Netherlands

Living a life of mission, both locally in our community and globally as I support Christian leaders in Africa and Asia to resource others.

Valery Alymov, Ukraine

Sharing Jesus with others, preaching the gospel, making disciples and planting churches.

Sergiu Brădean, Romania

Pastors an evangelism-focused church in an ethnically diverse area.

Noel Diaz, Spain

Pastoring a small church plant, coordinating Bible study groups and continuing to evangelise and draw new people to Jesus.

Ann-Marie Wilson, Britain

Working to end FGM and violence against women and girls, especially across Africa and the diaspora