Mark and Theo are very excited to be traveling to the Himalayas over the Easter holidays. We’ll be part of a team of 12 people from the UK visiting OM’s ministry amongst unreached people’s groups and those suffering with AIDS.


The vision is to see vibrant communities of Jesus’ followers among the least reached living in the Himalayas. In the past 5 years, they have trained 450 workers, distributed 180,000 gospel packets, planted 36 fellowships, and seen 960 people believe in Jesus.


Our church family in Oswestry (Holy Trinity) supports the work of OM so we’d love our visit to:

1. Be an encouragement to our mission partners
2. Strengthen links between our church and OM
3. Grow our own love for Jesus and cross-cultural ministry

THE TRIP (09/04/22 - 22/04/22)

Part of our time will be spent at an OM Training Centre. Here we’ll meet OM’s team and be shown around their facilities and farm. We’ll learn about their work in the Himalayas and visit their HIV and AIDS centre.

Then we will take an 8 hour bus or truck journey into the Himalayas. From there we will trek on foot to 4997 metres. On the way we’ll visit remote villages and observe OM’s ministry amongst unreached people groups and local Tibetans affected by the 2015 earthquake.


We’d really appreciate your prayers as we prepare for and participate in the trip:

For safety and good health (Theo is in much better shape than his dad!)
For servant heartedness and love towards our fellow travelling companions
For a trip that encourages those we visit
For growth in our own love for Jesus and in living for him
For strengthened partnership between our church and OM

We’d also love to raise some finances to support the ministry of OM in the Himalayas. Our (very ambitious!?!) aim is to raise 50p for every one of the 4997 metres of the mountain we are climbing - which we’ve rounded up to £2500.*

If you’re willing and able to contribute, click donate above.

Thank you so much - we’re very grateful indeed.
Mark and Theo

*All money donated will go directly to OM projects in the Himalayas. Mark and Theo Addison