Overseas Mission Partners

St George’s has a long tradition as a missionary sending church. In an ever-changing world there is still a need for people to go overseas, often working alongside the indigenous church.  St George’s supports the following mission partners through prayer, finances and pastoral care.

Howard & Janet with ACT in Morocco

Howard is General Director of ACT, a Tunisian based Christian development agency working among the marginalised and vulnerable. They have previously served in Morocco, London, and Tunisia. They have been our partners since 1984.

Church Representative: Carol Summers



Kisiizi Hospital, Uganda

Kisiizi Hospital is a Christian hospital in South-West Uganda serving the needs of a the poor.   It is run by the Church of Uganda. It also supports a School of Nursing and a school for children aged 4 to 15 years.

We have supported Kisiizi Hospital since about 1980.   Read the latest update from the Hospital

Church Representatives: Liz Power.


Sam & Vicky Ngorok at St John’s Church Iriiri, Uganda

Sam & Vicky minister in the north of Uganda in the Karamoja region. Theirs is a poor rural  area, with few facilities. As a church we have funded the building of a church, vicarage, a bore hole and water pump which serves the area, as well as various relief efforts. See Friends of St  John’s Iriiri on Facebook

Church Representative: Martyn Taylor


Pete & Carol working with Catalyst Network in Turkey

Pete & Carol became partners in November 2014. They have been working as church-planters   in Turkey since 1999. They have recently moved to Istanbul to help plant a new church congregation in the Acibadem area in autumn 2015.

Church Representative: Pauline Ellis



Andy & Naomi

Andy & Naomi are in Sheffield.

Church Representative: Lesley.

As well as supporting Mission Partners working in the field, St George’s supports the following Mission Agencies: