Mission Support

At St Luke’s we support three UK missions and three African missions.


  • The OK Club.
Building a bug hotel

Working with young people and their families on the South Kilburn Estate (near our church) and providing opportunities for young people to explore their spirituality and their place in the world, and build positive relationships they can rely on.

For more information visit http://www.instagram.com/okclubkilburn

Or speak to Sue Turner

  • The Marylebone Project

Care and support for 112 homeless women in central London.

Their aim is to empower women to end their homelessness and live lives to the full.  As well as welcoming women into a safe, secure and inclusive space,

the spiritual values of the centre, that God loves us all unconditionally, bring hope.

On 6th September 2021 the centre became a 24 hour, 7 days a week service.

For more information visit   www.maryleboneproject.org.uk

Or speak to Angela Stewart or Gill Umpleby

  • The Nigerian Chaplaincy

Pastoral support for Nigerian Christians living in the UK.

Joe Ajaefobi is the current Nigerian Chaplain.

            For more information visit www.nigerianchaplaincy.org.uk


Friends of Tumaini Orphanage
  • Ben Muya

Ben was Youth Worker at St Luke’s 2004-2005.

He now runs the Tumaini Orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya for former street children.

For more information visit   www.friendsoftumaini.org

Or speak to Matt Parker

  • Daniel Hankore

A translation consultant with Wycliffe Bible Translators, based in Ethiopia.

Daniel also works with the Ethiopian church at both a local and national level, preaching and teaching.

For more information speak to Denise Perrett or Charles Okello

  • Eric Ablam Tengue

A young man sponsored by St Luke’s Youth Group through Compassion.

He lives in Togo, Western Africa with his grandmother and two other children.

            For more information speak to Sue Turner