Holy Trinity has mission partners working long term in different parts of the world and at any one time there are usually several others working on short term projects around the globe.
After 15 years in northern Ghana working amongst the Sisaala people, Penny relocated to the capital city of Accra to lead the SIM Ghana team. Her main role is to lead the SIM community in Ghana towards fulfilling its vision of seeing a witness to Christ's love in communities within Ghana where he is least known. She works with the leadership team in developing strategy, ensuring that the team is equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to be effective and to flourish in ministry and investing in the personal growth and spiritual well being of the SIM Ghana Team.
Colin lives in Lancashire with his wife Jean and is working amongst British Muslims. They are members of WEC International and have many years overseas experience. Colin also oversees the Mahabba Network in the NW of England. The focus is primarily on encouraging and enabling local Christians to engage fruitfully with their Muslim neighbours. Colin published a valuable and inspiring booklet “Inviting Muslims to Church” and frequently teaches at regional, national and international events about Islam today and how Christians can engage and witness to Muslims.
Rosie has been a mission partner with Holy Trinity since August 2018. She is the UCCF Staff Worker for East Anglia. She works with Christian Unions at the University of East Anglia, Norwich University of the Arts and University of Suffolk.
Tony and Carol Smith
Tony and Carol are based in Norwich, but working with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Cameroon, returning there for occasional visits. They spent many years helping one language community to produce a New Testament; now Tony is working as a translation consultant, helping other communities to translate Scriptures, while Carol is developing mother-tongue teaching materials for schools.
Nathanael is working with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). Nathanael is currently based in the UK undergoing four years’ training to become a licenced aircraft maintenance engineer. Once he has completed his training he will serve overseas with MAF helping to maintain their fleet of aircraft.
MAF operate all over the world and use aeroplanes to help churches and charities to reach isolated communities with the love of Christ and meet their spiritual and practical needs.
Nathanael and Joanna will be getting married in October 2021.
Rachel is working with World Team in France, in the suburbs of Paris near Versailles. World Team is an international church-planting mission, and in France works with other evangelical organisations towards a goal of planting at least one church for every 10,000 people. Rachel is currently helping to launch a new church-plant in a highly multicultural neighbourhood, where she is involved in music, evangelism and discipleship and pastoral care.