News from World Mission Partnership


Keep up to date with news from World Mission Partnership, including misson partners, events and updates from church partners via our bimonthly newsletter. 

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MEET Ghana 2019 

In summer 2019, a team from MCI will be visiting Ghana. Ex-mission partner Pat Jamison is leading the team. During their time in Ghana, they will visit Ankaase Hospital where Pat served during her placement in Ghana, as well as Wenchi Methodist Hospital and Methodist Development & Relief Services (both World Development & Relief partners). 

Please pray for the team as they prepare for their visit.
Pictured L-R: Linda Taylor, Jane Grant, Norma Maxwell, Cathy Kilcoyne & Pat Jamison

 

 



New Mission Associates

Through Logos Ministries International, James & Hazel Farmer and their family are relocating to a majority Buddhist nation in South East Asia in June 2019 where James will work for a Theological College and Hazel will teach in an International School. 

World Mission Partnership is pleased to be supporting them as Mission Associates. Please pray for the Farmer family as they prepare for their move, for logistics & finances, and that they'll know God's presence throughout. 

 

 


World Church Newsletter

To download news from our world church partners, compiled by Methodist Church in Britain, click here. 

The March 2019 update contains news from Guatemala, Jamaica, Argentina, Pakistan, Japan, Sri Lanka, India. 


2019 Service Material 
This year's service material for your World Mission Partnership church service is now available. 

Visit our RESOURCES page to download your sermon notes, powerpoint presentation and video.


New office for WMP!

World Mission Partnership has moved to Edgehill House, the new Connexional Offices for MCI. Contact us on +4428 90 767958



Commissioned to serve in the Middle East 

In October, Frank & Erika were commissioned by their local church to go and serve overseas. World Mission Partnership are pleased to partner with them in their service, and encourage all Irish Methodists to support them in prayer. You can sign up for bimonthly prayer points by emailing Laura.

Pictured L-R: Roger (representing another sending agency) Frank & Erika, and Rev. Peter Murray (WMP Ministerial Treasurer)
 


Visit to Zimbabwe, Sept 2018

Tim & Laura (WMP staff) and volunteers Tim & Simon recently visited King George VI School and Centre for disabled children, which will be our project focus

for JMA 2019. 

 

The team spent time with teachers and pupils learning about the school as well as gathering photos and stories to share in the JMA pack. 

KGVI is a wonderful place of learning, community and personal growth & development. We look forward to sharing more through JMA next year! 


Intercultural Bible Dialogue

Exciting opportunity for Irish Methodists!

Together with Christian Aid Ireland, World Mission Partnership is offering your church/small group a chance to connect with communities virtually across the world to dialogue around the Bible. These intercultural Bible studies seek to enable personal, societal and global transformation. It seeks to strengthen solidarity between communities across the world and to share and deepen faith. And in turn to galvanise and sustain the movement that challenges and changes the systems and structures that perpetuate poverty and inequality across the world.  

This programme has been developed over the last 5 years and at its heart is a desire to see everyone’s voice listened to and valued no matter their status, geography or income.   

Recently groups in Dublin (led by WMP General Secretary Rev. Laurence Graham), Belfast, and La Paz (Bolivia) joined together via. Skype for a Bible dialogue session (pictured). 

You’ll need a good internet connection and a computer, and a few other things we (WMP/CAIreland) may will be able to help with. 

If you would like to know more or are interested in signing up, email Tim

 


Rev. Peter Murray attends Methodist Conference in Ghana

WMP Ministerial Treasurer Rev. Peter Murray recently visited Ghana, to attend Methodist Conference with over 600 deleagtes from the Ghanaian church. After arriving in Accra, Peter visited church work in Northern Ghana, preached in the Goaso District, spent time in Kumasi before heading to Tokoradi for Conference. We continue to pray for our brothers and sisters in the Methodist Church Ghana.


Castlewellan Holiday Week

We had a brilliant night at CHW in August, as part of the 'Mission Marketplace' in the youth programme.

It was a brilliant opportunity for young people to learn more about WMP; what we do, who we work with, where we work. We were also asked how they can be involved in 'sharing Christ around the world', and ways they can pray for WMP.

If you were there and would like more information or have any other questions, get in touch- we would love to hear from you!


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