Henry Martyn Trust


Mark of Mission: To teach, baptise and nurture new believers

All who have committed their lives to following Christ are on a journey of faith to become more like Jesus. Exploring how that commitment is lived out involves being part of a community where growth and development occurs. Supporting one another to learn and to be gradually transformed by the love of Jesus is the act of discipleship. God has intended us to form communities where we can learn more about God from our experience of living, working and worshipping together. This mark explores what it means to be welcoming and transforming communities that offer real nurture and acceptance, being creative and open in how we respond to people and their needs.


Application forms downloadable here

Other individual placements, organised in partnership with a recognised organisation, may be eligible to apply for a CCCW grant – speak to the Encounter co-ordinator regarding individual circumstances.

Suggested Resources

Ruppell, Gert, ‘Mission Challenges in the Context of Globalisation,’ in Lalsangkima Pachuau, Ecumenical Missiology, Contemporary Trends, Issues and Themes (United Theological College, Bangalore, 2002), p.149-173.

Wild-Wood, E ‘The Experience of Migrants in a Native British Church: Towards Mission Together,’ in Chandler H. Im & Amos Yong, eds., Global Diasporas and Mission, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series (Oxford, UK: Regnum Books International, 2014).

For many more intercultural and mission-related readings and resources visit the CCCW library.



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