Inspiring & promoting the call to be involved in overseas missions

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8:30 am

Doors open & mission stand mingle


Open breakfast in coffee bar (tea/coffee/croissants)


Worship & a time of seeking God on main hall


Session 1 with guest speaker


Tea / Coffee Mission Stand Mingle


Worship & a time of seeking God in main hall


Session 2 with guest speaker

6 - 7 pm

Tea/Coffee with Mission Stand, Mingle

7 - 8:30pm

Worship & Session 3 with Guest Speaker

at The Engine House Church
Cardrew Way, Redruth, TR15 1SS

Matthew Skirton

Operation Mobilisation

Matthew Skirton is the UK Director of OM. He has spent more than half of his life serving in Eastern Europe. Together with his wife Helen, he pioneered OM's work in Moldova in the mid-1990s.

Gareth Bolton

AMEN Trust

Gareth Bolton is the founder of the AMEN Trust which supports ministries in India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Romania and Serbia. It was while serving on the OM ship MV Doulos as an International Minister that Gareth met his future wife Malou from the Philippines.

Connie Talyor

YWAM England

Connie Taylor has served with YWAM for 37 years. Currently running a program called the Call Of The Wild which focuses on releasing students into short-term missions. She has completed a Masters in missions and intercultural studies out of Wheaton College, and leads YWAM Cambridge while also on the national leadership team for YWAM England.

“MED Talks are short, informative & interesting 1O minutes focused on various topics about Missions,Evangelism & Development-aid "


This year's topics are:
"Not on the BBC, Progress in secular Europe"
"Serving as Senders"
"Sustainable Development for the poor"


Grab yourself a coffee for the talk starting times of

9.15, 11.00 & 12.45”


To go serve overseas in 2019

Various mission organisations will be sharing fantastic opportunities to go serve overseas on short trips.

Breakfast, Tea & Coffee

Come join us for breakfast which will be start to served from 9am, giving a get opportunity to see & speak with the various missions stands

More Info

Promoting various overseas projects which Cornwall churches are involved in.

Africa Inland Mission

Africa Inland Mission (AIM) has a heart for the people of Africa. We have our roots in a small band of faithful men and women who, in 1895, ventured inland to reach Africans untouched by the gospel.

Arab World Ministries

The Arab world lies at the heart of the Muslim world and the vast majority in this region have yet to hear the gospel. The spiritual and practical needs are huge. Arab World Ministries of Pioneers (AWM) equips people to join in with God’s Kingdom purposes and get involved in cross-cultural ministry in the UK and overseas.

Empathy International

Empathy is a small Cornish charity who since 2009 has been working among the rural poor of Laos, SE Asia. We are passionate to see the most vulnerable and disadvantaged being reached, resourced and released from all forms of poverty through sustainable farming and educational businesses.

United Beach Mission

UBM consists of Beach Mission teams, 'Christian Answer' (the open air preaching wing of UBM) teams and International Student Outreach teams. Each summer we operate about 90 missions around the UK, the Republic of Ireland and continental Europe.


Since 1974 we have been passionately supporting and involved with church planting and development across the Channel.--!>

Operation Mobilisation

Established in 1957 by visionary, George Verwer, OM is a dynamic, international Christian missions movement with 6,100 workers representing over 113 nations in more than 110 countries and in world port communities, through our ship, Logos Hope.


Founded in 1865 OMF visions & passsion is to see an indigenous, biblical church movement in each people group of East Asia, evangelising their own people and reaching out in mission to other peoples.


Pioneers started life in the UK as Sudan United Mission in 1904. They are now comprised of 3200+ workers on 350+ teams serving 297 unreached people groups in 104 countries. Pioneers mobilises teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church-planting movements in partnership with local churches.

Youth With A Mission

Established in 1960, YWAM is a global movement of thousands of Christians, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world united in a common purpose to know God and make Him known.


It was 1982 and the missions agency Greg Livingstone was recruiting for couldn’t handle any more new missionaries. It was then that Greg, soon-to-be founder of Frontiers, realised God was calling him to a new challenge: to go where the need was greatest and help reach all Muslim peoples with the redemptive message of Jesus Christ.

WEC International

WEC International takes the good news to the peoples and nations who have yet to hear it: the good news that Christ came to bring forgiveness of sins and peace with God, and to displace hatred with love.

World Horizons

World Horizons exists on behalf of places and people not yet prayed for, churches not yet planted and cross-cultural workers not yet sent. We are a praying, prophetic, pioneering, pastoral mission movement.


AMEN is a conduit for channelling resources to many overseas Christians working to make a difference in their own countries.

Transform Europe Network

In the 1960s, Eurovangelism began as a ‘heart cry’ response to the desperate plight of Christians suffering under communism in Eastern Europe. Today we are known as Transform Europe Network (TEN) working across 12 nations in Eastern Europe with 60 indigenous leaders. TEN raises awareness about how the Gospel is reaching the poor and the amazing results of church-planters who face enormous challenges.


As a Christian charity, Tearfund believes that everyone has an amazing God-given potential to create change. We show people around the world how to unlock these gifts and put them to use escaping poverty. Many of our partners in this work are local churches, who discover how to offer their communities material and spiritual hope.

France Mission

France Mission exists to support church planting and church development across the Channel. We've been doing this since 1974 and work particularly closely with the evangelical churches in the Perspectives network in France.

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