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We urgently need more sponsors please

December 2, 2011
Your kind donation will help a lot

WWM School uniforms

You can donate @ Wood World Missions, 240 London Road, Mitcham CR4 3HD

Akosombo Wood World Missions Nursery & Vocational School

December 2, 2011

Need
Wood World Missions opened a school in a deprived community in a small area in Ghana last month. We are trying help about 30 children to attend nursery school. And 20 youths to attend Vocational Training

1. Each child is about £10. 00 for a term (3 month) £4.00 a month

2. Or £36.00 a year for one child. ( including one Uniform)

3. £10.00 a month for one youth to learn at the vocational training or £120 a year.

Solution
With your support we can all donate to help these children, Our aim is to have over 60 children. We now have about 32 at the school at the moment. But with your help we can send many of them to this school that take care of Orphans and the deprived.

Wood World Missions Charity is involved with Orphans and Disadvantaged Children and Youths Education.

We have many ways to receive your kind donation to help us continue these great good causes.

Donate to help Wood World Missions School projects

You can donate via Stewardship.org.uk ( WOOD WORLD MISSIONS)

Stewardship is the operating name of Stewardship Services (UKET) Limited, a registered charity No. 234714 and a company limited by guarantee and registered in England No. 90305 Registered Office: Oakwood House, Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TZ

Via: theBigGive.org.uk helping your donations go further with

Wood World Missions is a small unfunded interdenominational charity not for profit organization worldwide. Mainly doing community based work amount the poor the needy and orphans with the vision of implementing innovative and efficient programs to provide hope and opportunity for the locals. Donate Online to Wood World Missions via   http://www.thebiggive.org.uk

WOOD WORLD MISSIONS

HELPING TO MEET THE NEEDS OF HUMANITY WORLDWIDE
Charity no: 1084001

Bishop Dr. William & Dr. Mercy Wood
Founders & General Overseers
Address: 240 London Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3HD

WWM Vocational School & Orphans care Nursery School (Malawi)
WWM Training school & Nursery (Akosombo Ghana)
WWM Computer & Vocational School (Koforidua Ghana)

http://www.woodworldmissions.org  or   http://www.powercentrechurchuk.org

We need more sponsors please

December 1, 2011

Each child is about £10. 00 for a term (3 month) £3.00 a month

2. Or £36.00 a year for one child. ( including one Uniform)

3. £10.00 a month for one youth to learn at the vocational training or £120 a year.This children needs you help

Please look and find out how you can help

January 12, 2011

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WOOD WORLD MISSIONS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT PLEASE DONATE TO HELP
The Charity have so many ongoing projects in Malawi, Ghana, Tanzania etc
NEW VOCATION SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECT
We need to raise £10,000 more to finalize this building
An amount will help The project will reduce the hardships experienced by young women, widows and single parent women in looking after there families by being trained how to be self sustained.  The project will empower women by enabling them to get the skilful training and then later on become self employed. The spread of HIV Aids and prostitution will be on the decrease because they will be busy training and making money. This project will brighten the future of school drop outs and those who did not have a chance to go to school by giving them a second chance for training. Please Donate TO HELP

 

NURSERY SCHOOL
The children in the nursery schools have virtually no toys, books, pencils, crayons, paints, etc. Can you help?
££520
£50
£100
Any amount will be great.

 

VOCATIONAL EQUIPMENTS AND RUNNING COSTS
We need funds buy more equipments for the so that we can take more students. We also need money to pay for the running costs of up keep of the students and the hostel.
£8
£80
£100
can buy one sewing Machine
can buy one Computer

 

SALARIES FOR 5 QUALIFIED TEACHERS & TRAINEE TEACHERS
£100£50 We need funding to pay the salaries of 5 Qualified Teachers & trainee teachers at. pays for one Qualified teacher for one monthTrainee teacher a month

 

 

 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL SPONSORSHIP PROGRAMME
£100   per student per year
for 20 students per year

 


 


 

MAIZE, VEGETABLE and ANIMALS PROJECT
We need funding to help the school to set up maize and vegetable gardens. The project will provide food to assist the students.
£50
£500
pays for one wheelbarrow, Cutlasses, etc
to set up the complete project

 


 

COMMUNITY CHILDREN PLAY AREA
But any donation will be grateful

£1,000  
Can set up a place for the Children to play and Exercise

 

Mission trip to Malawi is coming

January 6, 2011

We are in preparation to travel to Malawi again in March. If you can help in raising funds to assist the trip please feel free to let me know.

Thanks

Malawi Charity Trip Report

June 30, 2010

TO: all

BRIEF REPORT OF OUR MISSION TRIP TO MALAWI

On Sunday the 9th of May 2010 Rev. Dr. Mercy Wood and I left the UK for Malawi. We went to Malawi to do a number of things. These included the following:

  1. To take possession of the $325,000.00 property that our sister Ministry, Acts 3 were due to hand over to our charity – the Wood World Missions
  2. To graduate 12 of our Wood World Missions Vocational Training School students in the North of Malawi who were graduating in the field of Carpentry
  3. To take possession of almost 5 football pitches worth of Land that the chief of Mataponi village had donated to Acts 3 which they were in turn donating to us
  4. To formally open the 27th and 28th Branch Churches in Malawi – in Mataponi and Blantyre respectively
  5. To sort out the arrangements for the smooth handing over of all of Acts 3 projects in the South of Malawi to Wood World Missions
  6. To ensure that we have a coordinator appointed in the South of Malawi to assist Rev. Dr. Mercy and I with the organising and supervising of our mission work in the South of Malawi and
  7. To formally open two more orphanage Centres in the north of Malawi

Brethren in Christ, I am pleased to report that whilst we were in Malawi we were able to achieve all the above objectives that the lord had set for us. We were also able by the grace of God to do the following:

  1. Preach the word of God in a number of Churches in Malawi
  2. Host a conference for all our branch pastors in the North of Malawi. We met them in Rumphi and empowered them with the Word of God. We also prayed for all of them
  3. Visit the orphans with some shopping
  4. Visit the widows with some shopping
  5. Have meetings with our coordinator in the north of Malawi
  6. Increase the allowances of our faithful volunteers in the North of Malawi

The Mission trip to Malawi was so successful that the enemy wanted to end the lives of both Rev. Dr. Mercy Wood and I. As I put it at the time, the enemy wanted two for the price of one.

On our return from the North of Malawi on Saturday the 15th of May 2010 we had a motoring accident. According to the police reports our driver was trying to overtake another vehicle but was unable to complete the overtaking and an accident resulted. Rev. Dr. Mercy Wood sustained injuries to her lips and a fracture to her pelvis and hip. She was also bleeding through her nose. I sustained injuries to my back and chest including an injury to my knee.

After the accident Rev. Dr. Mercy passed out. It took prayer, the grace of God and me constantly talking to her to for her to come back to life after an hour. I am truly glad that I was with her on this particular mission trip. I am grateful to God for sparing the life of my wife, friend and partner in Mission.

After the accident I called Randy of Acts 3 in Blantyre to arrange for another car to come and get us from the nearby Local hospital that we had managed to get a lift to. Rev. Dr. Mercy had her lips stitched in the local hospital and we eventually arrived in Blantyre on Sunday the 16th of May 2010 at around 2am.

We had a 2 preaching engagements on that Sunday that by the grace of God I was able to honour despite the fact that I was in pain.

To cut matters short, Rev. Dr. Mercy and I successfully landed at Heathrow Airport on Thursday the 20th of May 2010. We were taken straight to St. Helier Hospital where a number of tests and x-rays were carried out on both Mercy and I. It was confirmed that Rev. Dr. Mercy had a fractured pelvis and needed to be operated on.

I am glad to say that on Sunday the 23rd of May 2010 Rev. Dr. Mercy was transferred to St. Georges Hospital and was operated on Monday the 24th of May 2010. She was in Hospital for almost 3 weeks and was discharged. By the grace of God she is recovering well at Home.

I will like to thank the Lord for delivering us from death.

I have started to write a book in which I am setting out the full details of our mission trip to Malawi. It will be entitled “ DIVINE DELIVERANCE”. Look out for your copy. It is likely to be out in September 2010 – during the 10th anniversary celebration of our Ministry. All proceeds from that book will be going towards our Mission projects in Africa.

I will also like to thank all those who in prayer and in other ways have been there for my wife and I in our moment of need. May the Lord bless you.

We are fully committed to the work that the Lord has committed into our hands in Malwai. We know that the Lord will never allow our lives to be cut short before our time. We thank him for delivering us divinely on this occassion.

If you would like to join with us in supporting our projects in Malawi, you can do so by completing a standing order form and hand it into your bank. You can request a standing order form by calling 07958 213 729 or by writing to 238 – 240 London Road, Mitcham, Surrey, CR4 3HD.

May the lord bless you richly for your labour of Love.

Until you read the book entitled “Divine Deliverance” stay blessed in Jesus Name.

Rev. Dr. William Wood

General Overseer – Wood World Missions & Power Centre Church

LLB(Hons)BL;Dip.MT;DM

30th June 2010

WOOD WORLD MISSIONS

238 – 240 London Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3HD

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CHARITY NO: 1084001

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Vocational school needs your support

April 15, 2010

Reverend Mercy Wood, from registered charity Wood World Missions, is heading to Ghana later this month to visit the Free Vocational Training School she helped set up three years ago.

The school provides training in sewing and computing to underprivileged boys and girls aged 13 and over.

Currently 40 girls will

train on 10 sewing machines, but the school desperately needs to buy 15 more, at £50 each, so that it can cater for the scores of girls on its waiting list.

Rev Wood’s dream is eventually to be able to give each girl her own sewing machine when she graduates.

She said: “We’re trying to bring them self-help. We want to help them start a new life and achieve something for the future.”

The idea for the school emerged some years ago during a visit to a hospital in a village in eastern Ghana.

Rev Wood was astonished to find that babies were sleeping on the hospital floor, so she and her friends donated seven baby cots to the hospital.

Rev Wood said: “The chief of the village then contacted us about the situation with many of the young people in the village.

“There were lots of girls turning to prostitution and lots of boys drinking too much because there was nothing else for them to do.

“You normally have to pay for education in Ghana.”

Starting out with nothing but a small room, the school has flourished. It has benefited from a sizeable donation of land and now provides for over 300 students.

Rev Wood said: “The school has been an incredible blessing to the local community and the surrounding villages. Many of the former students have jobs now.”

The Free Vocational Training School is one of a string of projects run by Wood World Missions. Among their other achievements is a centre in Malawi that caters for 220 orphans.