He has shown you, O mortal, what is good.
And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.
(Micah 6:8 NIV)
As approaches to Global Mission are changing we are introducing a thematic approach focusing on different areas of need and interest. We will therefore be developing a number of new initiatives with several organisations that fulfil these themes.
In addition we will continue to support our existing mission partners who are very much part of the church family. They have been commissioned by the church and are serving Christ in a variety of ways and in many different parts of the world from Scotland, Europe and the Middle East to Africa and Asia. We support them in prayer, through encouragement, and financially.
The latest edition of the Bite-Size Globetrotter Winter 2016 provides news from IJM and Tearfund partnership programmes and also introducing "Exploring Edinburgh", an initiative to get to know Syrian families and other families who are new to the city.
In response to the Refugee Crisis read our page which gives some ideas of what we can do.
Middle East Workshop- presentations, videos and reflections from a workshop with Malcolm and Carrie, and Mike Parker.
(Click on the titles of our partnerships and mission partners below to see their pages).
Responding to Poverty
Building the Church
International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organisation that protects the poor from violence throughout the developing world.
Tearfund work in some of the most challenging countries across the world through local churches. Ps and Gs will be partnering with Tearfund to support the ZOE project, "Zimbabwe Orphans Through Extended Hands", which encourages churches to take responsibility for vulnerable children.
Phil and Ros are now leading student Navigator work in Scotland, with a vision to change Scotland one person at a time.
Grant and Miho are seeing God at work in their newly established church, where they have been running an Alpha Course and are starting their monthly church plant services.
Alastair and Helen have been working for OM Ireland since 2002, Alastair was appointed National Director in 2013.
Coordinator of Anthropology, Ethnomusicology and Arts training for Africa, SIL International. Now based in Edinburgh.
Rachel is the coordinator of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s environmental ministry. (SA, Swaziland, Mozambique, Angola, Namibia, Lesotho).
Mike is now SIM's Middle East Director, as MECO and SIM have come together. His focus is on supporting colleagues who work in the Middle East and work with local churches and agencies in the region, encouraging them in their witness to Christ at this very demanding time.
Malcolm and Carrie have been serving the people of the Arab world since 1990, helping seekers understand more about Jesus and grow in their faith.
Hannah is the Short term Volunteer Team Leader in Peru for Latin Link
Short Term Mission
If you are interested in short term missions contact Judy Hughes at Healthlink360.
Also if you are thinking of volunteering at an orphanage read Better Care Network's May-June 2016 newsletter here.
Follow Ps and Gs Global Focus on our facebook page.
Judy Hughes (chair), Charlie Bevan, Isobel Booth-Clibborn, David Dushimimana, Elizabeth Lawson, Roderick Mackenzie, Dave Richards, Jane Dixon.
Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.