We are a church serious about The Great Commission. We want to be a church that is reaching not only to those in our community, but also those in our wider world. We financially support four main ministries that echo our heartbeat at Salt. We are passionate about seeing justice prevail, the poor and underprivileged lifted up and the captives set free.
These ministries are:
Mark and Janice were sent out by Salt to work in Kampong Cham in Cambodia. They have made massive inroads in the community and are well respected by the locals. Key areas of investment are:
- Leadership Training
- Youth and Children
- Micro Enterprise Businesses
- English Teaching
- Primary Schooling
- Installing deep wells
- Mercy and Relief programmes
- Teachers' Seminars
Val founded the Good News Team in Thailand. Their focus is on outreach to children in several ways:
- Presenting the gospel in schools
- Sending Christian booklets to schools for their libraries
- A Bible Correspondence Course currently reaching 20,000 children
Over the years the team has reached a staggering 110,000 children through the correspondence course.
Back in 2011, two long standing members of Salt made an exploratory visit to Malawi. There they were able to minister to local people through counseling, leadership training and healing ministry. Since then many doors have been opening for further input and involvement.
We raise funds for targeted projects to help the mission work there in the areas of health, orphans, food and shelter, hygiene, education, enterprise development and helping the vulnerable in the community.
Good News India
Good News India is a mercy mission reaching out to the orphans, lepers and “at risk” girls of the West Bengal and Orissa Region.
- Children - GNI currently has 30 “Dream Centres’ housing more than 2,200 children. Their vision is to open 100 such “Dream Centres’ that can feed, clothe, love and educate orphaned and vulnerable children.
- Lepers - India is one of the few countries where Leprosy is still prevalent. GNI is providing intervention and prevention to the children under their care as well as help and medication to their leper parents.
- High Risk Girls - 80% of the girls that “work” in the brothels of India are forcibly brought down from the Northeastern Hills of the Himalayan Mountains. Some of these precious girls are as young as five years old. GNI are working to intervene in this heinous industry.