There is Hope Malawi

There is Hope Malawi works with refugees in the Dzaleka refugee camp north of Lilongwe. Innocent and Florisa founded the charity over 10 years ago - Innocent having been born a refugee himself. Innocent spoke at the Refugee Focus event that St Mark's hosted in 2016 and There is Hope was adopted as a formal Mission Partner in 2017.
You can get Innocent's book and find out how to support them directly here.

News from There Is Hope

Operation Mobilisation UK

OM works in every region of the world, their aim is to motivate and equip Christians to share God's love, and to strengthen and plant churches especially in areas where Christ is least known.

We have a couple of personal links with OM in the UK and adopted them as a mission partner in 2017.

YWAM London Urban Key

Based in Harlesden and Willesden YWAM London Urban Key have had a relationship with St Mark's for a number of years. We love working together in our shared mission to nurture each other as disciples and being the good news in the area.


Fusion is an organisation which exists to prepare and inspire students for a life of discipleship at University. It also seeks to connect students into the life of the local church whilst they are at University. We support Fusion particularly through the work of Pippa Elmes, an ex member of St Mark's.

Read Pippa's latest newsletter here : https://us15.campaign-archive....

IntoUniversity Brent

IntoUniversity is an award winning educational charity which provides local learning centres where students from disadvantaged backgrounds are inspired to achieve.
What can you do? Volunteer in one of the Academic Support sessions each week to support student's learning. Secondary: Mon & Thu, 3.45pm - 5.30pm; Primary: Tue & Wed, 3.45pm - 5.00pm
To find out more, contact: Sydney Wesley-Weeks.

Scargill Movment - Phil and Di Stone

Phil and Di Stone left St Marks and moved to Scargill to form a thriving, multinational Community from many different Christian denominations offering warmth, welcome and hospitality to all. Prayer, food and laughter seem to be the main hallmarks of their life together, with Jesus at the centre. Togethe rthey run a busy programme of events including quiet retreats, exuberant family holidays, teaching from some amazing visiting speakers and our own team, musical, creative and craft-based events, walking weeks, environmental and working holidays, house parties celebrating Easter and New Year and much more besides. In between our programmed events we host many church weekends, youth events and gatherings large and small, as well as individuals who make themselves at home with us for a few days.

Read their latest newsletter here

New programme of events here:

Operation Restoration - YWAM Bolivia

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Although Operation Restoration itself is thriving in the midst of all the above, life for our staff team is always challenging. With blockades, protests, marches and confrontation, this coming week could be more challenging than ever.

Our team had the foresight to provide our homes with two weeks worth of food and supplies on Friday 5th November knowing that the strike was to begin on Monday 9th. (Any more fresh produce wouldn't last more than two weeks.) However, the strike continues without any sign of coming to an end.

Please be praying for the creativity/ability to supply the needs of El Camino and El Alfarero, which are located 22 miles and 17 miles outside the city, before next weekend!



Marches and blockades in Santa Cruz last Wednesday

On the ground in Santa Cruz

We are looking forward to the high school graduation of Edith on Friday 10th December followed by her celebration party on Saturday 18th December.

Edith has been with us in El Alfarero for over 5 years and will be continuing with her higher education next year living in our reintegration home in the city.


Edith excited and nervous about her graduation and next stage of life, moving to and studying in the city.

"Connect and Pray"

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Hopefully as you read all the above you will join us to pray for the needs expressed here and others we can share at our 

"Connect and Pray" meeting via Zoom on:

Saturday 20th November 2021, 5pm to 6pm UK time (1pm to 2pm La Paz; 12pm to 1pm Eastern; 11am to 12pm Central)

Click this button to join the Zoom meeting:

Connect and Pray

We are aware that many of you pray regularly for the ministry of Operation Restoration. This is an opportunity to pray with others from around the globe.

It is always difficult to express in words how thankful we are for all your support and prayers, and how privileged we are to serve our faithful Heavenly Father through the passion He has given us for Operation Restoration.

So grateful to have you on the team and we look forward to keeping in touch and seeing you either on-line or in person, soon.

Yours in His service,

Roger & Isha

Project Stork

St Mark's supports a local women's refuge through collecting good quality baby clothes, toys and maternity clothes at Christmas, Mother's Day and at other times in the year.
What can you do? If you would like to take part in this project, do contact Ingrid

New Growth Ministries

New Growth Ministries (PVO 03/96) was started in 1992 and runs a home on a small farm outside Chinhoyi town, in Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe. The home cares for children from birth to adulthood

Click on the link to see a video from Ben who grew up at the home

Schools - St Mark's is actively involved with many of our local schools but has particularly close links with Princess Frederica Church of England VA School


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