The Overseas Ministry fund does all it can to support local churches in the developing world.
- Berea Bible College
- Diocese of Aru Leadership Training
- Training of Pastors and Evangelists
- Alexandria School of Theology Scholarships
- Centre for Urban Mission, Carlile College
- Theological Education by Extension
- Sudanese Scholarships at Carlile College
- Overseas Ministry Appeal - Training Gospel Workers in Kenya’s Slums
- The Mauritius Project
- Women’s Training Conference
- Training for Ordained Ministers
- Development and Discipleship Project
- Continuing Ministry Education - Lake Rukwa Diocese ACT
- Alfred Olwa: Scholarships are making a difference in Uganda
- Theological Scholarships at Uganda Christian University
Grace that comes back
Nothing spreads God’s grace like the local church. It’s God’s way of spreading the gospel – and the good works that come from the gospel.
Overseas Ministry is especially supportive of Anglican churches across Africa who believe in the gospel of grace. To be as practical as possible, we focus on delivering financial support for training, materials and equipment.
Churches in Africa are growing and leaders desperately need and want training. In most cases neither the church nor the individuals themselves have the resources to pay for training or the means of support while they are in training.
What difference does that make? Well, the Theological Education by Extension program in Kenya is a good example. A local rector, Amos Shiundu Mukung says “It has transformed an ordinary person like me to be a transforming agent in order to transform others for the Lord. It is a fact to me that it is amazing that the more the people grow in the Word, the lesser the problems in the church.”
We want that sense of joy to spread across African churches – and right back to the supporters of Overseas Ministry.