Hinton Baptist Church is dedicated to regular support of overseas ministry. Learn more about our worldwide ministry partners.
On Sunday April 26 we were so blessed to have Mick Alley join us online to share his Africa ministry story with us.
Or you can partner with Mick financially using the details below:
Direct Deposit to: Grace Samburu Mission Trust
BSB: 032509 Account Number: 268874
On Sunday August 18 we were privileged to host Dr Klaus Dieter John and the Welch family from Sydney.
If you would like to make a financial contribution to the work of Diospi Suyana, click here and refer to any of the credit card buttons shown.
Bangalore City Mission
Bangalore City Mission (BCM) came into exist to help children in the poorest areas of Bangalore. These children typically come from families whose parents work in rock-cutting quarries, and face a life of exploitation and danger. BCM operates in this context to build strong communities, that are able to provide for themselves, by empowering people to live long, creative and healthy lives.
BCM runs a number of community development programs, including a school for preschool to grade 10 students. WorldShare supports BCM through its sponsorship program of children from the quarry villages who are unable to afford their education costs due to a lack of finance, disability or illness. WorldShare also supports a Women and Child Centre, which provides a safe place for children whose parents work in the quarries and who are at risk of dropping out of schooling, as well as for women who face domestic violence and abuse.
To provide free education to 370 children from the poorest communities in Bangalore, particularly quarry communities.
To provide medical care, income generating activities and community development activities in child sponsorship communities.
To provide medical outreach camps and treat 500 patients unable to afford medical care.
To provide 60 women vocational training to enable them to gain employment.
To provide 65 children of quarry workers free education, educational materials and midday meals, enabling these children to be the first generation to attend school and be protected from the risk of exploitation in quarries.