As a minority group, Christians can experience persecution, challenges with employment, and social isolation. In addition, the caste system in India leads to large numbers of people in the lowest caste being isolated, and unable to access opportunities for education and employment.

Alaric’s first trip to India began with a divine appointment, where he received a ministry invitation from an apostolic Indian leader, who was visiting the U.K.

Between 2013 and 2015 there were a number of ministry trips to India, including one together with Jane. We had the joy of witnessing physical healings, commitments made to follow Jesus, and pastors and churches being trained and equipped with Bible teaching.

According to Open Doors, there are 69.5 million Christians in India, but they only represent five per cent of the population.

We have remained connected with pastors we met in India, continuing to support their ministry in the churches, and their community outreach to the most marginalised groups in society: those from low caste families, those who are sick or have disabilities, and those living in extreme poverty.

What we care for

Crisis relief in India - Handing Relief Package to a Mum in Need

We believe in helping others in their times of greatest need. This is why we are ready to offer practical help and solutions, for whenever disaster might strike.

Crisis Relief

In times of natural disaster, we can provide emergency assistance, in the form of food parcels and other essential supplies, to help sustain families, as they rebuild their lives.

During the Covid lockdowns, the situation became desperate for many people, who were unable to work and had no income. We provided food parcels to relieve hunger for some of the most vulnerable families.

We believe in communities stewarding their resources well. This is why we teach and train community leaders in how to grow and multiply produce, where everybody can lend a hand.


Our regular support to India helps pastors to reach their communities with the love and compassion of Jesus.

In this way, we are able to reach some of the most marginalised people, such as widows, orphans, the elderly, and those suffering from the effects of leprosy.

Supporting Pastors in India
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