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Effective ways to open doors to the Gospel

Anglican Mission Works  programs —benefit our network of indigenous ministry partners, draw on grassroots volunteers across India, and are available in 25 Indian languages.

Children's Bible Clubs touch the lives of India's boys and girls, giving children and their families new hope for a brighter future.

Adult Literacy Classes are providing illiterates with vital skills to change their lives for the better, and introducing many to the Gospel for the first time.

Church Planter Training programs are equipping India's Christians to effectively share the Gospel, strengthen their local communities, and build up the Indian church.

For each program, we provide materials, we train partners how to use the materials, and we require partners to report back the results of the program when it is completed.

God is at work in India.

Let's join Him!


Prayer is the first work of missions.

             Prayer is as natural as breathing for believers in India. And Indian Christians experience answered prayers so often that we frequently hear them say with confidence: "We prayed, so of course, God will do it!"

Many of India's 1 billion people are compelled to pray often to their gods—out of fear, not love. So imagine the freedom and joy for new Christians who are able to boldly approach the throne of God with even their smallest needs...knowing their Savior has already gone before them.

India's Christians are asking for your prayers...and they are relying on prayer to unleash the power of the Holy Spirit in communities across their nation.

India's communities contain more people groups, religions, and languages than anywhere else on earth. And they are home to more than 400 million people who have never even heard the name of Jesus.

Need and Oppertunities:  One-fourth of the world's unreached live in India. Anglican Mission works Church Planters are ministering the love of Jesus to India's lost and hurting.

How Church Planter Training Works: Anglican Mission Network  is providing Indian believers with training and materials to effectively reach their nation for Christ.

Ministry Impact: God is transforming entire communities as Church Planters introduce the Gospel and establish worship groups.

Changed Lives:  Anglican Mission Networks ministry partners are sharing remarkable stories about the men, women, and children in India who are eagerly receiving the Gospel's message of forgiveness.

Mission Secretary

Secretary ,AM
Pathanamthitta, Kerala

Anglican Mission Network is a multifaceted ministry with the goal of winning the lost, building and equipping the saints, and then sending them forth to fulfill the Great Commission of our Lord. (Matthew 28:19-20). 

                    Following the strategy of the Apostle Paul, "Being made all things to all men, that I by all means he might save some" (I Cor. 9:22), AECC Anglican Mission is reaching the lost by meeting the spiritual, physical and material needs of the people. Large evangelical crusades, tract distribution, Christian Reading Rooms and Bible Correspondence Courses have all proven very effective in leading the spiritually hungry to Christ. In addition, AECC Anglican Mission cares for people's physical and material needs through the following programs.

AECC Anglican Mission  Medical Clinics - Children's Home - Slum and leper colony ministry
• Disaster Relief - Food/Clothing distribution - Financial aid to the poor

Through these programs, and others, Christ's love is exhibited in a real way and many are drawn to him.