Mission 2019

Mission of the Month 2019

  • January 2019 - Oakhaven Hospice     www.oakhavenhospice.co.uk
    Oakhaven Trust provides specialist palliative care and support to those facing life-threatening illness and their loved ones in both a home and hospice setting. The team of specialist Oakhaven nurses, doctors, counsellors and physiotherapist ease physical symptoms and offer psychological, spiritual and social support. Their care is tailored to suit the needs of each individual and, with a blend of expertise and compassion, the team offers support for people when they most need it. Only a small percentage of Oakhaven’s running costs are met by the NHS, with donated income and volunteer activity meeting all other overheads. Contact Lynda Pink

  • February 2019 - Jerusalem & the  Middle East  Church Association (JMECA)    www.jmeca.org.uk
     JMECA is a charity which aims to encourage support in prayer, money and personal service for the religious and other charitable work of the four self governing Dioceses,  Jerusalem , Egypt , Iran and  Cyprus . Together they form the Province of the Episcopal (Anglican) Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East which was formed in 1976 and covers an immense geographical area. This includes the lands of the Bible and where Islam predominates today. There are churches in places where poverty, civil strife and religious problems are commonplace. Contact  Tony Foulge

  • March 2019 - Open Doors http://www.opendoorsuk.org/

  • Open Doors is an international ministry serving persecuted Christians and churches worldwide. We supply bibles, leadership, training, literacy programmes, livliehood support and advocacy services. We also seek to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland to serve Christians living under religious persecution. Contact t.b.c.

    April 2019 - Bible society      www.biblesociety.org.uk
    We are passionate about ending Bible poverty, and working for a day when the Bible’s God-given revelation, inspiration and wisdom is shaping lives and communities of people everywhere. Our task is urgent because of what people communities and even nations lose by not coming to embrace the Bibles life-changing message. That’s why we are working to make the Bible available in the most relevant form. Making the Bible heard in Church and around the world. Paul writes:’ So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.’(Romans 10.17) Bible Society’s audio-Scripture program, Faith comes by Hearing, pays tribute to the key role that oral communication still plays in many of today’s cultures. Audio New Testaments are available in over 200 languages. Contact Wendy Lay


  • May 2019 - Church Mission Society www.cms-uk.org
    The CMS is an evangelical mission working to see a world transformed by the love of Jesus. Born in 1799, as a movement within the Anglican Church committed to evangelism and the ending of slavery, it now works in more than 40 countries, supporting about 400 people in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, South America and Europe. We are linked with two CMS doctors who work at Gahini in Rwanda.  CMS seeks to be Christ-centred and Bible-based, affirming the inspiration and authority of the Christian Scriptures. Contact Jenny Noyelle


    June 2019 - New Forest Mencap (Gateway Club)       http://www.newforestmencap.org.uk/
    New Forest Mencap has been providing support and services for people with learning disabilities since the 1960′s. New Forest Gateway Club and the Saturday Clubs were formed in the late 1980′s with Brockenhurst Gateway Club being started some 15 years ago.
    These clubs provide a wide range of activities for Members and organise visits and outings all helping members to develop social and other skills. The Nedderman Centre is both the headquaters of NFM and also has a range of other community based groups using the facility. The NFM shop in New Milton was started in 1990 and continues to provide work experience for people with learning disabilities. Contact Janet McDonald

    July 2019 - Kigeme , Rwanda - our deanery Link Parish

    For a number of years we have had a strong and fruitful link with the Diocese and Parish of Kigeme in  Rwanda . Our Deanery is linked with the province of  Rwanda and has an active mission committee that works to serve and develop this link. We have been helped by the personal link through Jenny Noyelle, a church member, who for a number of years taught in the  Kigeme  Secondary School and then in Diocesan Office. We have supported a number of building and training projects and have welcomed several Rwandan visitors in recent years.  Contact Jenny Noyelle
  • August 2019 - SAT 7    www.sat7.org
    SAT- 7 is a Christian, satellite television network, broadcasting across the Middle East and  North Africa in the regions three most widely spoken languages, Arabic, Farsi and Turkish. Middle Eastern Christians produce and transmit the programmes in partnership with Christians from around the world. As a viewer from  Egypt has said "Through SAT 7, Christ is speaking our language in an accent we can understand".  Contact t.b.c.

  • September 2019 - Christians Against Poverty https://capuk.org/

  • With a small donation and big faith, John Kirkby started Christians Against Poverty in 1996. . His faith adventure led him to people crippled by debt; parents who couldn't feed their children, families facing eviction and desperate people living in fear and without hope. He used his expertise to negotiate with creditors, set up budgeting systems and offer a lifeline to those trapped in debt.  John knew that people all over the country were struggling in the same way and he began looking to replicate the work across the UK. 

    Since then, CAP has rapidly grown its debt centre network and expanded its services to tackle the causes of debt and poverty too. As well as CAP Debt Help, we now help people step into employment through CAP Job Clubs, help people get control of their addictions through CAP Release Groups and a brand new service, CAP Life Skills, to equip people to live well on a low income. Our vision is to bring freedom and good news to the poor in every community through 1,000 CAP projects by 2021.    Contact t.b.c.

  • October 2019 - Tearfund       www.tearfund.org
    Tearfund is The Evangelical Alliance Relief Fund, which began in the late 1960’s to enable and fund people in need via partner organisations such as local Churches. Tear Fund help to respond to natural disasters as well as working to prevent or eliminate their effects in vulnerable communities.  Our local group meet for up-to-date information and prayer on alternate months. Contact Sue Moss

  • November 2019 - Brockenhurst & Sway Day Care Centre

    The Day Centre is an independent self-funding Day Centre run under the auspices of Age Concern Hampshire. The group, for up to 15 people, who are referred through the local Surgeries, meets every Friday at the Village Hall in Brockenhurst, with various activities, entertainments and outings arranged throughout the year. The Centre is staffed by a manager, a cook and a team of dedicated volunteers. Contact Helen Barnett

  • December 2019 - to be decided