Who We Support

Network supports the following people and organisations with a monthly standing order, by circulating their prayer requests, and through personal connections with people in the church:

Sitini Kobo, director of YWAM Morogoro, Tanzania, and his wife Sered who runs many of the activities on the YWAM base.

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Network also supports two YWAM staff at Morogoro, Tanzania: John Mkongwe and Daniel Fundi:


John Mkongwe works in the secondary schools and football ministry. With the football ministry YWAM‘s heart is to reach out to young people to encourage and champion them to have a vision for their life. The secondary school ministry involves going into schools to reach out and teach students life skills from a biblical foundation.

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Daniel Fundi has a heart for evangelism and discipleship, this is realised through ministry with local churches and crusades. He would also like to use his leather skills to run a school of leather making and reach people that way too.

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Adrian & Antonia Brixey and their family, based in Gloucester, reaching out to the Muslim population.

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Cell UK is a charity which encourages and promotes the ongoing development of cell churches, and churches that run similar holistic small groups with a missional heartbeat. They offer a range of resources and training days, suitable for anybody from any style of church.

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Fusion is a charity working in UK universities and churches, connecting student to church and church to student, reaching and discipling millions of students. Fusion is committed to local churches being at the heart of student mission, and students at the heart of local church.

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Pioneer is a UK based movement of churches and ministries, building strong and healthy churches that are reaching out beyond themselves into their towns, cities and regions.

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St Albans & Harpenden Education Project (Step) is a charity which seeks to involve churches in the holistic education of teenagers. Step has built good relationships with many local schools and provides opportunities for Christian young people to talk about and demonstrate their faith in the classroom and in other more informal settings.

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The Living Room, St Albans, is an addiction treatment centre, treating all types of addiction and supporting families affected by addictions. Treatment is free, made possible by government grants and donations from churches and individuals.

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Azalea in Luton is a Christian organisation reaching out to those trapped in or vulnerable to sexual exploitation, supporting them to build new lives because of the love of God. 

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Harpenden Money Advice Centre is a Christian service which offers face to face debt and budgeting advice, completely free and in confidence.

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