Our global missions’ brothers and sisters in Christ have asked our Church family to pray for them during these difficult times, as they struggle with a lack of resources to fight the virus.


The 70 younger Ebola children have been so happy at the Orphanage in Freetown.

Now with the virus spreading, Pastor Mansaray will be moving them back to Mercy Ships, the gated compound, where the 70 older children are.

Please pray for kind, supportive volunteers to come along side the staff to help them move the children and their belongings. It is a two hour trip and the orphanage doesn’t have a vehicle.

We pray Our Father will empower the older kids to happily share their spaces with them, once again.

We ask the Father, to assign His Angels to guard them in all their ways.

We pray that all the books, puzzles, games, crafts, etc. that we sent, will help them to have some happy times.

We pray they will have sufficient food and water.

You can tell from the pictures that the children are very distressed. We bind up the spirits of fear and trauma and send

them directly to Jesus for Him to deal with.

Instead, we pray that the Peace of God will cover them like a warm blanket on a cold winter’s night, they will have sweet dreams.

In Jesus Name. Amen



Pastor Moses and Word of Grace Church, Bimbi 

HAHFA funds were sent last week and Moses purchased and distributed buckets, soap, gloves to the needy and 7 churches. “We are so thankful!”

May Ps Moses minister to us with his words :

“We thank God because the whole of being a Christian is FAITH AND LOVE.

Faith brings man to God, Love brings man to man.”

“The people have many questions, some are answerable but others need discernment.  We thank God because in every situation He has answers to the pandemic or challenges .”

“2 Chronicles 7: Verse 14  provides the solution but the best answer is be Humble and Pray”

Malawi Update May 2020



We pray for those who are in desperate circumstances and for Pastor Rigo and the Mizpa community; for those who have lost jobs and for those who find the supermarket shelves empty. We are grateful that 60 food baskets have already been distributed through the church  and pray that this support will continue.


We thank Noel Henderson for his many years of dedicated service to this mission. He will be greatly missed.  We pray for God to make a way to protect food chains, for our migrant  workers, for a good planting season.


We believe that

• inequity, injustice and suffering are alien to God’s plan for Creation.
• the Gospel of Jesus Christ is Good News for the world.
• we are to proclaim the Gospel with language and action — at the call of God, by the power of the Holy Spirit, by the example of Jesus Christ.
• God calls each Christ-follower to be fully engaged, in relationship with our local and global community.
• actively serving God’s world and God’s people is a fundamental expression of our Christian faith.
• we are to serve as ambassadors for Christ: working for healing and justice, enacting sustainable change, and extending the reach of God’s radical, unconditional, transforming love.

Our Mission

To be the hands and feet of Christ on earth

Our Vision

To be a unified body, answering God’s call to love and serve the world, for the building of God’s Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven

Our Values


• moving forward with unity of purpose, held together by our common cause in Christ
• respecting, supporting and encouraging each other in our
diverse passions
• pursuing financial and educational resources together


• actively engaging in our community and world, working as agents of sustainable change
• responding in ways that bring us closer to the heart of a need
• using and sharing our gifts, talents, and abilities


• sharing our abundance with those who need it more
• responding in ways that best serve the needs of our community and global partners and those they support
• sacrificing our wants for the sake of others’ needs


• giving a face and a name to those in need
• committing to paths of service that bring us closer to people: physically, spiritually, and emotionally
• seeking long-term commitments, whenever appropriate
• breaking down the walls that insulate “us” from “them”
• offering care, respect and dignity for all


• educating ourselves to better understand both the need and the issues surrounding it
• educating each other about our responses to needs
• cultivating a culture of Christ-like equity, upholding ways of justice over charity
• communicating in ways that are unified, constant, and consistent