This project provides Equine-Assisted Therapy (EAT) for children in Algiers which is explained in the slide show by clicking on "Read more .." below ..
and illustrated in a 7 minute video by clicking HERE
The Presbytery’s 2016 Mission Project was “Beyond Crisis” – which helps refugees in Budapest, Hungary, in association with St. Columba’s Church. It’s run by the Kalunba Social Services Association, and aims to help refugee families to re-establish themselves, through housing, school integration, and vital psycho-social services. Rev. Aaron Stevens said “It’s miracle money that bridges the gap.”
"Go, then, to all peoples, everywhere… you will be witnesses for me to the ends of the earth."
And it begins to become clear that this really isn’t about providing churches conveniently for Scots on holiday. It never was.
Our ministry and mission reaches refugees, politicians and international business leaders alike, and covers those who live here, those who visit here by choice, and those whose choices have been taken from them.
Our congregations are drawn from five continents, and from the widest range of Christian backgrounds. And our mission work stretches into Africa, Asia and the Americas.
We hope you find this short outline interesting. If it provides a focus for prayer, we would be grateful. If it stimulates further research into what we’re doing in Christ’s service, we would be encouraged. All the weblinks you need are here. And if it gets you personally involved in our work and worship, whether through practical support or participation, we look forward to welcoming you.