Supporting global mission is an important part of the ministry of Westminster Chapel. We seek to give 10% of our annual income away each year to missionaries and mission organisations in the UK and overseas. Here are some of the overseas missionaries and organisations that we support.
Michael and Jenny Eaton
Michael was the pastor of Chrisco Central Church in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya. He passed away in June 2017.
He was also one of the many leaders of the Chrisco Fellowship of Churches in Nairobi, Kenya, and was, in his own words, a ‘pastor-at-large’, spending much time with inner-city churches in Nairobi, as well as preaching in the Middle East, Europe, India and South Africa. Michael was also a respected author. You can listen to many of his sermons and access many of his resources at michaeleaton.org.
Jenny Eaton worked alongside Michael, and uses her experience in development projects by encouraging outreach and ministering to areas of the greatest need, particularly those affected by famine and war.
Louis and Maribel Woodley
Louis and Maribel are the Latin Link Team Leaders for Bolivia. They are currently based in La Paz, where they are planting a church in Alpacoma. Their main activities are evangelism, discipleship, education and social work. Alpacoma is a marginalised community, lacking in basic services such as fresh water and sewage systems. Louis and Maribel are involved in a community project to improve access to fresh water.
The Woodleys are both involved in the Child Evangelism Fellowship – Louis as a member of the local committee and Maribel as a qualified instructor. Their work includes evangelising through children’s clubs, vacation Bible schools and teenage discipleship classes. Maribel also runs a ladies group doing Bible studies and craftwork projects. This is part of a vision to enable these ladies to contribute towards their own household’s income whilst looking after their children at home.
222 Ministries International
222 Ministries International exists to advance the Kingdom of God in Iran. 222 started in the late 1980s when senior Iranian church leaders left Iran with a call to establish Iranian churches throughout the Diaspora, and prepare leaders who will be able to return to Iran and claim the land for Christ.
Their vision is to see Iran transformed into a nation that bears the image of Christ – renewed in every level of society from spheres of influence in government and business, through to everyday relationships, families and the whole community. Their heart is that this transformed nation of Iran will be a blessed influence on its neighbouring countries and throughout the Middle East. Their mission is to raise and develop a new generation of servant-leaders in Iran who are empowered to fulfil the call of God on their lives; leaders who will establish churches and influence the entire nation.
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