Hi, my name is Nathanael Scott-Perry
I am working with the Global Aid Network (GAiN UK), the humanitarian aid branch of Agapé UK. I have just started on their new apprenticeship scheme and will be working with a number of different churches in the UK. Helping to facilitate packing sessions and strengthen connections with churches and other organisations. I look to be involved with ‘Living and Telling’ as well. That is a program to help equip churches in the UK to be more evangelically mobile. I will likely be assisting in the GAiN Involvement centre or with the van and warehouse too.
I am currently studying for a degree in Applied Theology at Moorlands Bible College (https://www.moorlands.ac.uk). I am in my second year and have been working on placement alongside my studies with Birmingham City Mission (BCM/ https://www.birminghamcitymission.org.uk). During this time I have been involved with street evangelism, working with the ‘homeless’, helping in the food bank, resource centre, charity shop, Christian bookstore, elderly projects, and the Christmas projects. Now I am working with Agapé UK, more specifically GAiN UK.
My wife (Rhenz) is working at a Care Home and is from the Philippines, we have an 8-month-old baby boy called Josiah. Together we are part of Grace Church Stirchley (https://www.gracestirchley.org). Before this, we lived in the Philippines for a while and worked with our church there. We both have worked on OM Ships MV Logos Hope (https://www.om.org/ships/).
We are very excited about this time with GAiN and look forward to how the Lord will lead and help us to grow this year.
We are extremely thankful for all your support in prayer and financially and can’t wait to partner with you in this ministry.
May God bless and keep you,
Nathanael, Rhenz & Josiah