In 2009 a small guesthouse was started in a tourist area of China with the vision to be a reputable business within the local community, to become self sustaining for ministry projects and to be a base for missions outreach. 

We are currently running various events for university students, hosting short-term teams, helping with needs within our village communities, and holding Alpha & discipleship training.

Silver Creek is our new and exciting pioneer project, located in the heart of South West China’s unreached people groups, we are currently in the process of building a house in a small Bai village, with aim to become part of the local community, providing greater opportunity to serve those around us.

  • 20 Year Plan

We believe that the best way to see transformed lives is to live among the people and to become an active part of the community. Silver Creek is a long term commitment to reach out to the local villagers. A 20 year lease was signed in November 2011 and building started in December on the house in a rural farming village directly facing a large lake. The building is designed in the traditional Bai courtyard style comprising of living accommodation and multi-function rooms. The house was completed in May 2012. We  use the buildings to host local villagers in a variety of events throughout the year including Saturday kids club, medical clinics and other outreaches. We aim to be salt and light within the community with lives transformed through the power and love of Christ. After 20 years the houses will be given to the landlord for their own use and hopefully be a blessing to them and the village.

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  • 24/7 Prayer Room

After the house was built there was still on old barn on the land formerly used for pigs. We demolished the structure and rebuilt using the existing foundations and second hand timbers. The top floor is a prayer room that can be used freely. We aim that it will turn into a 24/7 prayer room to pray for the local area and to see revival break out!


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