The missionary cause of the Free Presbyterian Church is primarily dependent on the giving of God's people individually and collectively from our congregations. As a Mission Board we can rejoice in how God has touched hearts over the years and how funds have been raised to support our missionaries. We are continually amazed at how God continues to supply the need.

All of our missionaries are expected to undertake Deputation Meetings around our churches whereby they are given an opportunity to present before the people the work to which they believe God has called them. The offerings which are taken up at these meetings are sent into the Mission Board and are kept for the work of that individual missionary. Each foreign missionary will do a round of such meetings once every three years, and those on the home field will be expected to visit each congregation once in a three year cycle.

These meetings are special times for our people to meet those who work under the Mission Board and to hear of the challenges of the work they represent and to rejoice in what has already been accomplished. They are to be used as ideal opportunities by the visiting missionary to thank the Believers for their prayerful remembrance and financial support.

Individuals or congregations may decide if they wish to send in monthly covenant support to the missionaries which they have been led to support. This monthly covenant support is the steady income which is needed to keep a missionary in the work. Each worker needs to raise 70% of their income through such deputation meetings and regular covenant support.

If every Christian within our denomination was to take on just one missionary and provide them with regular monthly covenant support this would make such a vast difference to our finances within the Mission Board.

The Mission Board also is funded through the offerings which are raised each month in our congregations for the Missionary Council. A monthly grant is made to the Mission Board by the Missionary Council which helps to plug the 30% of the income needed by our missionaries.

Special Missionary Rallies which are held in our congregations are also a wonderful way to highlight the cause of missions and to raise funds for the work.

Oftentimes individuals are lead of God to send in support for missionary causes. It is humbling to see how God moves in hearts to supply emergency needs which arise in the work. Truly He knoweth what we need even before it arises.

Some aged saints who are without immediate dependants have also left legacies and bequests to the Mission Board. This is a good way to make sure that even when your work on earth is over that your material possessions which you have left behind are used to help advance the work of God.

As a Board we can say with one of old “that God’s work done God’s way has never lacked God’s supplies”. We are glad that He knows the needs in the missionary work of our church and has promised to supply them according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.

You can support any of our missionaries, their work, or any project by Paypal or debit or credit card by using the DONATE button above

Please include the details of the cause you wish to support by adding this information in the "Write a note" section.

Also, please tick the box to share your address so that we can send you acknowledgement
You can support the missionary work by arranging to transfer funds electronically directly to our accounts. You can decide to support the work, in general, or a specific Missionary or project, on a regular basis, or as a single gift.

Please contact the Mission Board office to get either Bank account details, or IBAN, or BIC/SWIFT details.
‘Faith without works is dead’ James 2:20

‘But whoso hath this world’s good, and seeth his brother have need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth the love of God in him? My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth’ 1 John 3:17,18

Emmanuel Christian School, Nsaalu, Uganda, was taken over officially on 1st January 2017. Stephen and Ruth Miller were present for this historic event as the keys were presented by Rev. Noel Kelly. Currently there are over 250 children receiving an education in a Christian environment.

The School was originally opened to help underprivileged, disadvantaged and orphaned children. Many families simply do not have the money to provide the basics for their offspring.

Conscious of the fact that the school needs to raise approximately £25,000 per year to cover salaries, food and basic requirements, this appeal leaflet has been launched by the Mission Board and Missionary Council of the Free Presbyterian Church.

We trust and pray that the necessary funds will be raised to keep the school running efficiently and provide these beautiful African children with an education in a safe environment.

Together with our missionaries, Rev. Stephen Miller and Miss Noreen McAfee, we have compiled a list of items which will be needed across the school. You can contribute into a School Support Fund which will be used to pay for all of these items across both the Primary and Secondary School, with the understanding that surplus funding can be put towards other pressing needs in the school.

Click here to download a copy of the leaflet which outlines the specific needs and ways to support.
The Mission Board has asked the Missionary Council to oversee the supervision of missionary projects which are approved by the Board. In our recent visits to Kenya and Nepal, a number of needs were highlighted. These have been approved as projects we are happy to sponsor, as the Lord enables. It is recognised that it is impossible to finance every need, but as the Lord touches hearts, we are happy to set before you the burdens our missionaries share. A list of these projects is given below and an outline is given regarding how you can be involved practically.

There are so many ways in which these projects can be carried forward. Individuals can make contributions which may be fully are partly affordable to them. Further more a group could decide to help with a project, according to their means. We are suggesting that the following groups could take on a specific project:
A local Church
Youth Fellowship
Bible Class
Sunday School
Ladies Meeting
A Group of Believers
A Family
All Gifts for the work in Kenya and Uganda
Cheques made payable to:
Send to the Mission Board Office   

Gifts for all other areas of the Missionary work worldwide (Excluding Kenya and Uganda)
Cheques made payable to:
Send to the Mission Board Office
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