Church Mission Society (CMS)

CMS describes itself as “a community of people in mission who want the world to know Jesus.” For more information, go to their website at

Latin Link

“Latin Link is an international community with a calling to love and serve God and our neighbour. Most members of Latin Link work in Latin American countries; some work with Latin Americans in other parts of the world. Others go from Latin America to work in Europe and elsewhere.” For more information on Latin Link, go […]


MANNA, a UK registered charity works with three Anglican dioceses, Lebombo and Niassa in Mozambique and Angola. The relationships between MANNA, the Bishops, and these churches are the cornerstones of our work. For more information, visit

The Mothers’ Union

“Mothers’ Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide.” It is “working with people of all faiths and none in 83 countries to promote stable marriage, family life and the protection of children through praying, enabling and campaigning.” For more information, […]

United Society – Partners in the Gospel (USPG)

The United Society (USPG) is “a church-based charity working in direct partnership with Anglican Churches around the world.” It was founded in 1701, and “for over 300 years we have been sharing God’s love through practical action, and seeing lives transformed.” The society’s goal is “to help more and more people ‘take hold of the […]


From Marcham to Mozambique – MANNA raises funds for Cabo Delgado

MANNA (based in Marcham, Oxfordshire) has launched a challenge to walk, run or cycle the 7,726 miles from Marcham to Mozambique in the month of March. Marcham Church is encouraging this initiative for Lent to stand in solidarity with those in Mozambique. This will be a group challenge that people can sign up to and aims to raise funds and awareness of the half a million people (mostly women and children) in Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique who have fled violence, often walking days and weeks to get to safety with virtually nothing.

If you click on the link you can see the challenge and also the story of Joana (below) that is indicative of so many others from Cabo Delgado.

Mission Agency News – USPG