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Mission Partners

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations”

Matthew 28:18-20

Below is a brief synopsis with a link to the website of each of our mission partners.  Please pray for them as they make disciples of all nations.


The Anglican Relief and Development Fund Canada (ARDFC) is a Canadian global aid agency that works in close partnership with the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC). ARDFC undertakes carefully selected and monitored relief and development projects with partner dioceses in developing nations, to relieve poverty, provide food and other necessities of life, as well as provide training to improve skills in healthcare, agriculture and irrigation, and to advance the Christian faith.

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Norm and Audrey Henderson

Norm and Audrey Henderson are working at the Centro Evangelico de Medicina do Lubango Hospital in Lubango, Angola. Audrey works with the other nurses caring for patients, doing rehabilitation and generally improving procedures. Norm is the IT and administration expert, organizing supplies and people, and acting as banker, problem solver, translator and driver for visiting missionaries. Norm and Audrey recently successfully ran the first ever Alpha course in Lubango, with thirty participants, and will help run another one soon in a neighbouring town preparatory to church planting.


Brian works in an area where he must keep under the radar of the local authorities and the superstitious pagan religious leaders. His main calling is to translate the bible into the local languages and dialects of the country. He also partners with the local farmers and works to develop the agricultural potential of the land. Unfortunately, we can’t give you more details about his ministry because in the country he works what he is doing is considered illegal. He is in constant threat of imprisonment and even death. Please pray for safety and that the Lord would continue to give him wisdom as he spreads the gospel message in a dangerous land.

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