This former Brethren Chapel is the base from which Enoch and Pinceau Kunarajah are operating a pioneer ministry.
Beginning in late 2015, they have connected with the community through visiting local schools and youth groups. They are particularly focused on children and families with regular programmes to integrate the whole family.
A Friday morning parent and toddler group with play, snacks, craft, a bible story, singing and prayer.
A fortnightly Sunday Scripture Union resource designed ‘because God wants to introduce young children to himself through Jesus … Bubbles uses methods based on play and story. It applies what we know about child and faith development and the ways young children learn. It enables children to connect with the Bible and to develop a personal relationship with God.’
Schools have welcomed Open the Book assemblies and prayer spaces.
Prayer is a major feature of pioneer mission, so the pioneers are currently dedicating themselves to regular prayers of intercession for the community.
7–8 people currently go to learn how to swim with confidence and enjoyment.
The team engages closely with young people from the nearby Chinese church. They hope to help the young people engage with the issues of homeless and vulnerable people in the town.