Caring for God’s people, in different parts of the country and globe, is as important to Holy Trinity Church as the care we take for our local community. Historically, Holy Trinity Church has always given a tenth of its income to support the work and ministry of other national and international organisations.

We currently support nine different organisations. Information about these organisations and the individuals we support is regularly displayed on our Church Foyer display boards.

John and Vikki Wright - YWAM
John and Vikki Wright, with their children, serve the Lord with YWAM in Arua (Uganda) and in Yei (Sudan). YWAM reaches out to communities, sometimes with practical support, John initially working on a water project. They are now, however, working to equip the ministry of local churches by providing training for leaders and for newer Christians. In Arua, they have the vision of providing a much needed training centre and respite sanctuary for Christians in that part of Africa.
YWAM
George and Ann Todorov – Varna Bulgaria
George and Ann live and work in Varna, Bulgaria, where they have been working with local Christians to build and lead Varna Baptist Church and Social Centre.
For more information, check out the Varna Church website below.
Varna Bulgaria
The Church Pastoral Aid Society
CPAS enables mission in local churches across the UK. Supporting Leadership Development, Youth Engagement and resourcing the local church. For more information on the work and ministry of CPAS, check out their website Church Pastoral Aid Society.
CPAS
Christian Solidarity Worldwide
CSW is a human rights organisation specialising in religious freedom. CSW works on behalf of those persecuted for their Christian beliefs and promotes religious liberty for all.
CSW
Overseas Mission Fellowship
OMF serve the church and seek to bring the gospel to all the peoples of East Asia. Their work is as diverse as the places and people they work in and amongst. From church planting to missional business, student work to medical practice, they aim to present the gospel, in a culturally relevant way, through word and deed.
OMF
Tearfund
Tearfund (The Evangelical Alliance Relief Fund) works through local churches and Christian agencies – partners – across the world, to open up brighter futures for the world’s poorest communities. Together they are helping people become all that God wants them to be.
Tearfund
Centrepoint Outreach
Centrepoint Outreach is a local Christian charitable organisation, working with and for homeless and vulnerable people from all walks of life in the Boston area.
Centrepoint Outreach
RoadHoG
The House of God on the Road – is ministry to take the Good News of Jesus Christ to young people in the Boston Area. With the help of a double decker bus they seek to support local schools and communities by providing a mobile youth centre/church. RoadHoG is the third project of Lincolnshire Youth Mission Ltd, and is working in partnership with Trinity, Boston Baptist, New Life, The Methodist church and the Holland East Deanery.
RoadHoG
Stewart and Michelle Ayling - Missionary Aviation Fellowship
MAF fly medical, relief and life-transforming help to vulnerable people in hard-to-reach places.
MAF
New Wine
New Wine’s primary focus is on enabling church leaders to communicate effectively the good news of God’s promises in this generation. Being a Christian isn’t a life to be lived alone, but within effective relationships and family. The New Wine network is designed to nurture these relationships, connecting church leaders to equip, inspire and encourage each other to serve their churches and communities.
New Wine
CAP – Boston
Churches Together in Boston are partnered with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to reach out to the poor and vulnerable in our community. We have the privilege of supporting a Debt Centre, Job Club and the resourses to run the CAP Money Course. Together we believe in showing love, support and hope to those in need within our community.
CAP

For more information about our Mission Partners, please contact the Church Office