CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC UPDATE
November 2020 

 

Following the government's announcement of a second national lockdown from 5th November 2020, we will not be able to gather for worship in our church building. 

However, we can still gather online, and our Sunday services will be broadcast at 10.30 am every Sunday
to our Facebook page and  YouTube channel, so please do join us online! 

The video of the service will be available here on our website the following day.

 

If you need to contact the church office during office hours please ring this mobile number: 07502 670731. 

 

How can we pray? We believe God answers prayer and we would love to pray with you confidentially. Send us your prayer requests on our How can we pray? page. 

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All India Mission

All India Mission

All India Mission’s founder N.J. Varughese received a vision in 1975. This vision was to spread God’s word to the suffering people in northeast India, and bring Christianity to India. Since then there have been successes, failures, riots, times of peace, and most importantly, a rise in Christianity in India. There have been many obstacles, but God always prevails, and has shown the gospel to thousands of newly converted Indians.

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In India, more than half the population has never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. With a population that has risen to more than 1.16 billion, approximately six hundred million people have never heard the name of Jesus, not even once in their lives.

All India Mission now has more than 600 native missionaries serving in remote areas where the gospel has never before been preached, and nearly all of them became believers and were trained under the ministry of AIM.

We have established over 350 churches in the villages and towns of Bihar,Jharkhand, Orissa, and Chhattisgarh. We supply bicycles and motorcycles to our native missionaries for the purpose of preaching the gospel and visiting the believers of their churches. All India Mission’s primary mission is to reach the unreached people groups with the gospel in India, and has seen and baptized tens of thousands who now call Christ Lord.