St. Pancras is committed to supporting world mission by calling, sending and supporting Christian workers overseas. We do this in three principle ways:
- Supporting a small number of workers and projects financially.
- Supporting Projects and Workers in Prayer
- Making grants available for those connected with the church who are going on short-term mission trips.
Global mission: The church family at St. Pancras give 10% of their giving to support Mission and church growth, both in the UK and overseas.
Our overseas partners include:
- Tear Fund’s ‘Connected church’ in Mount Kenya East the ‘Christian Community Services of Mount Kenya East (CCSMKE)’, which is part of the Kenya church’s development department. CCSMKE focuses on helping communities to improve their food production and on increasing the capacity of local churches to work with their communities in achieving positive change for people living in poverty.
- International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) programme of work in Central Asia which supports teaching and training and church growth and encouragement of Christians in often difficult countries not always open to the message of the Gospel.
- Andrew, Bethanie, Maia, Emilio, & Lucy Walker via ‘Cross Links’ and based in Argentina; their mission focus is on pastoral ministry with a view to long-term church leadership development.
- Compassion in Jesus’ Name with support for a 12 year old girl in Ethiopia.
Our UK based mission partners include:
- The ‘Christian Resources Project’ (CRP) which is based in Plymouth, and was set up to promote and encourage Christian education: making resources available where they are needed as well as where they can be afforded. You’ll see some of the CRP resources for sale in the Church Lounge, with stock that is regularly refreshed so if you can’t get down to the CRP you always select something from the church stand.
- We are supporting Will and Jess Harvey as Will is studying full time for a three year BA (Hons) degree in Theology specialising in Children and Youth at Oak Hill College in North London.