At The Kings Church, while we are passionate about local missionary we also believe in taking the love of Jesus to other parts of the world. We achieve this sending out members on short to medium mission trips, but also by offering sustained support for missionaries living and serving in other nations. Below you can read about some of the world work we are currently involved in.
Miro Fic - Serbia
The Kings Church has supported the ministry of Miro Fic and his family for many years. Miro is an evangelist dedicated to bringing the good news of Jesus across Serbia and the wider Balkans region. He also leads an organisation called Syloam International an interdenominational and international collective of evangelical and Pentecostal churches working together to increase the influence of Christianity in the region.
Over the years the church has hosted Miro many times to minister to us and spend time with our members we have also sent a number of teams mainly of young people on short term mission trips to Serbia.
The Voth Family - Papua New Guinea
John and Noni Voth are members of the Kings Church living in a missionary community in Ukarumpa, Papua New Guniea with their two sons Isaac and Caleb. Papua New Guniea is a small island just north of Australia. The Voths are members with Wycliffe Bible Translators an organisation which works to translate the bible in to local dialects which have not yet benefited from scripture in their own language. John has taught English, is a physics teacher and also teaches Maths. Noni was primarily a linguistic consultant who has moved into pastoral care in recent years.
One of our members Kieran Derage is currently spending eight months in Cambodia with Interserve where he is working as a teacher in communicative English for University students, and assisting in country-development leaders.
The church supports the New Beginnings Children’s Home in Tirana, Albania in association with Karuna Action mainly through an annual Christmas Day offering. The home was set up by Tony and Liz Treasure former members of our church.