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George Verwer

We’re thrilled to welcome George Verwer to Riverside today. George is the Founder and former International Director of Operation Mobilisation, which is a ministry of evangelism, discipleship training and church…
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Guatemalan Sewing Project Update

Since the last update, the three ladies have continued in the project, now receiving a small wage to sustain their families, thanks to the money given by Riverside to support…
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Kapumpe Christian Primary School

Riverside’s mission work in ZAMBIA began in 1997 in Ndola in the Copperbelt. Numerous teams and individuals have worked in that area, based at KANIKI Bible College. Tim and Gemma…
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Sewing workshop in Guatemala

Here at Riverside, it’s thrilling to be involved in activities that make a huge difference to people’s lives. Whether it is things here in Birmingham and the UK, or further…
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Mission: Uganda

This summer, a team of 13 youth and leaders travelled out to Uganda with the aim of bringing the teachings and love of God to schoolchildren and others working in…
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We’re off to Uganda tomorrow!

Yesterday, a group of 8 young people and 5 leaders will be making their way to Kampala, Uganda. We’ll be leading holiday clubs for local children – looking at some…
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Mission Uganda 2013 Update

Thirteen members of the Riverside Youth Team are heading to Uganda in just 5 WEEKS! We have been overwhelmed by your prayers and support (and cake consumption!) over the past few…
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Sara Sondhi in Thailand

I was in Thailand for two months (July-September) working for BRC (Bangkok Refugee Centre), which partners UNHCR in supporting urban refugees in Thailand. BRC provides a safe space for urban…
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Feedback from Kenya!

This was a very challenging trip in terms of pushing everyone out of their comfort zones. Each day we found ourselves being asked to do things we didn’t feel prepared…
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Healing on the Streets goes to India!

Having done Healing on the Streets now in Birmingham for approximately 3 years, where we often face a guarded culture, it was so encouraging to be in a place where…
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