Though much has been written lately about the stories of the Anglican Mission in North America and Africa, our ministry partners are spread over even more continents and cultures, specifically India.

In Hanumangarth, India, is an abbey. Here, led by the Rev. Ivan Sikha, it acts as a community center providing training, teaching, worship, cooking, and spaces for gathering. For the last eight years, the focus in Hanumangarth has been to reach, serve, and love an unreached people group called the Bagri. Through this work, women are being taught valuable trades like sewing to be able to make a living.

The Mission India has also been seeking other people groups–the Mundari and the Sadri–and recording story Bibles in their languages. Through numerous avenues, the Mission India is reaching more people groups with the Gospel and working in more communities and regions around the country. They are working to plant churches and encourage those already established.

To learn more about the Mission India’s history and desires, click here.