“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you…”.

“…and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and to the end of the earth”.

The Heath Church recognizes its responsibility to be involved in our Lord’s Great Commission to bring the Gospel to all parts of the world. We have our part to play in our own city, in Wales and the rest of Britain, in Europe and the world beyond. The Lord does not expect us to be involved with every single evangelistic effort around the world, but He does expect us to be committed to those ministries that He has directed us to.


millenium-stadiumIn Cardiff, we preach the Gospel regularly every Sunday. We are also involved in children and young people’s work at the church, and Llanishen, visits to schools, summer camps for young people, mothers with very young children (Music and Movement) as well as Toddlers, door-to-door visiting, an open air ministry in the city centre, an outreach to ethnic minority communities, a service to students and particularly to international students, and a monthly French Bible Study. In addition, our Evangelism Group organizes special evangelistic events each month. We are closely involved with the Heath Christian Bookshop and Coffee shop, and we provide rooms for a Korean church. English conversation classes also give us contact with many local international people.


wales-mapIn Wales, we are closely involved with the Union School of Theology, (formerly Wales Evangelical School of Theology (WEST) at Bryntirion, Bridgend, and have a close interest in a number of fellowships where our own members have assumed pastoral responsibilities. We also support a small new venture of visiting farms and homes in the rural areas of West Wales.


uk-map.jpgElsewhere in UK, we are also associated with a number of fellowships where our own members have assumed pastoral responsibilities, at Blackpool and Chessington, Surrey.


In Europe, we have a particular interest in France: David Morrish works with the Navigators mainly in Strasbourg and Emmanuel and Esther Durand with United for Mission (UFM) having just moved to Chambery in the South East. Gethin Jones has finished working as an administrator in a school in Paris, and has now joined Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia, USA, as a theological student.
Rev. Eddy Muskus, and his wife Helen, with their two sons, serve with La Parroquia Evangelica Jesus el Señor church in Valencia, Spain.  Maureen Wise works in Moldova with a Bible school in Chisinau, and with Casa Mea, a Christian charity that supports people with learning difficulties, in association with Unevangelized Fields Mission. Elsewhere in Eastern Europe, we have links with Support for Romania, a Cardiff based Christian charity, and with a number of other Christian organizations through our Heath Mission to Eastern Europe. Steve and Chris Owens have taught for 8 years at a WEC training college, Cornerstone, in the Netherlands which prepares Christians for cross-cultural witness. They return to Cardiff in September 2014.  Rev John Gilmore and his wife Maureen have retired from the ministry in a church in Messina, Sicily they now live in Dereham, Norfolk.

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Beyond Europe, Rev. Anatole Lordon is associated with the Barnabas Centre in Douala, Cameroon, through UFM.
Dr Judy Luhombo has joined a small new organization called Africa Rural Trainers with the vision of providing training opportunities for poor pastors in the rural communities of Kenya.
Rev. Martinez and Immacula Jovin serve in Haiti with the Bethesda Fellowship of churches.

Our interest in Christian work in Israel is directed mainly through Christian Witness to Israel (CWI).

In USA, we are associated with Rev John & Mrs Misty Snyder at New Albany in Mississippi, and in Australia, with Rev. Cornel and Maria Ghita , who serve a Romanian church in Melbourne.

Dr Klaus and Janice Spreda have now retired from the Wycliffe Bible Translators, but continue to prayerfully support the work of literacy now that the translation of the New Testament into Metta (Cameroon) is complete. Klaus-Peter and Doris Kügler have also now retired from their work among the Fayu people of Papua (Irian Jaya), Indonesia, but we hope to see their work continue with a modest programme of Bible translation.

We also have interests in other, sensitive, parts of the world.

July 2016