World Mission NewDawn India New Dawn India The Trust was founded†by Neville Cooper†in 1990 and now has five trustees, a treasurer†and a team of enthusiastic supporters. Its main purpose is the relief of poverty in southern India, in particular in the slums of Madurai, Tamil Nadu. More information on the work of New Dawn India here. Operation Restoration: YWAM Bolivia Members of our church have in the past served with this charity working with street children in the city of Santa Cruz, Bolivia. For more information go to: or email

Hands at work Hands at Work Hands at Workís vision is to see the local church in Africa transforming their communities and caring for the most vulnerable. We are committed to work among the poorest of the poor communities in Africa. The work of community transformation in such broken communities with extreme HIV/AIDS, poverty and orphan crises begins with mobilizing local Christian leaders through mentorship, teaching and modelling the vision of Christís way of servanthood and unity among the local churches. This ongoing mentorship includes organizing and equipping local Christian leaders to effectively provide care for the most vulnerable children, ensuring them access to basic food security, education and health. Hands at Workís mission includes developing partnerships with churches outside Africa and creating opportunities for their congregation to participate in Godís work serving and caring for the most vulnerable in Africa. The primary goal of this partnership is to build relationships between congregation members and the vulnerable adults and children being served on the ground. Together caring for the most vulnerable. For more information see the Hands at Work website

Hands at work Tommy and Morgan Malster
Our stories may have started off in different parts of the world but Godís hand has been on us every step of the way. Our journey is one of grace, adventure and love. Love for each other, our Creator and the life He has called us to.† Morgan arrived in South Africa in August 2010 after first coming on a Westside team in 2008. Tommy arrived in February 2010 from the UK. † We fell in love and where married in May 2013. Together we have traveled to many African countries, witnessing the brokenness but also the hope in the communities we serve. See our blog for more details.