What is Global Mission?
Global Mission is one of the ways we seek to fulfil the vision of Trinity Cheltenham, both at home and abroad. We do this primarily through long term partnerships and short term mission trips in developing nations, as well as supporting and praying for our mission partners.
“To make committed followers of Jesus, who change communities and nations for Him.”Our Vision
Our Mission Partners
Diocese of Kenya
This partnership means that the we’ve had the opportunity to bless and be blessed by short term trips to Kenya and longer term collaboration with our friends in Kericho.
The Trinity-Kericho partnership has led to opportunities to tackle challenges with real, sustainable solutions – through child sponsorship, leadership training for local pastors and leaders, expansion of medical training, building work for medical, administrative and conference facilities, provision of IT infrastructure, assistance in schools, encouraging of local churches and helping business development projects.
Total population: 1.5 million
Key challenges: Disease, especially HIV/AIDS & malaria; severe water shortage; unemployment; low literacy; poor roads; recent political unrest.
The church in the Kericho Diocese: Around 100 small rural congregations, 13 pastors, formerly led by Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit – who was recently elected Archbishop of Kenya,
Kenya Trip March 2019
In March, we are teaming with Mission Direct to build nurses accommodation in Nturmeti next to the maternity unit.
This is a hands-on action packed 2 week trip!
You will also get to visit community projects and go on a Masai Mara Safari. Trip dates are 2nd – 16th March 2019, up to 12 places are available .
Short Term Mission Trips
We send teams on short term mission trips throughout the year, to nations across the world, from Kenya to Romania.
These trips are open to all within Trinity and can help make a real difference to the communities and people that we visit. They are a great experience and an incredible opportunity to serve and bless others.