Missionaries we support
The Grove Hill Evangelical Church vision statement is to keep mission at the forefront of the church’s thinking and acting.
If you would like more information about any of the missionaries and work we support at Grove Hill Evangelical Church, please feel free to contact us.
We have links with Churches in the Azores.
One of our former members makes periodic visits to the Azores to support local Christians in their churches and neighbourhoods.
Alison and Slavko are serving in Serbia.
Slavko worked at Grove Hill while training in London.
They issue regular prayer letters (available at the Church) updating us on their work.
Pastor Training International
Pastor Training International (PTI) seeks to strengthen the Christian church in the poorest regions of the world.
It does this by giving pastors the training and materials they need, teaching them to expound the Bible more effectively. PTI believes this is key to discipling members of growing churches.
PTI’s fundamental purpose is therefore to ‘Teach to Preach’. There are at least 2m pastors in these poorest places who have had little or no training in how teach the Bible, faithfully and competently.
Mission Aviation Fellowship
The MAF mission statement is to sharing the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed.
Mission Aviation Fellowship was founded in 1945 by a group of WWII pilots who had a vision for how aviation could be used to help spread the Gospel.
London City Mission
The London City Mission exists to share with the people of London, patiently, sensitively and individually the transforming love of God in Jesus Christ, and to enable them to join His Church.
SGM Lifewords is creative agency working so that the Bible’s life is a creative agency working so that the Bible’s life words are seen, heard, and experienced as a positive contribution to our lives.
Mill Grove is the name of the home of a unique extended family and residential community that began as an informal foster family in 1899.
It is still a place of love and care where children and young people who cannot live with their own families may be fostered, or for families who need accommodation and support.
In this homely setting and atmosphere Christians share their lives with children and young people.