Church of the Holy Cross has always had a missionary heart. Over the years, both through our prayers and our financial support, we have partnered with a number of persons engaged in ministries beyond our own walls - from helping the homeless in Wake County, to supporting a Christian counselor in Cary, to building a church in the middle of Africa. We currently maintain relationships with the following missionaries, both in the United States and around the world.Allen and Rachel Hill
South American Missionary Society (SAMS)
Allen and Rachel live in Lima, Peru where they serve the Anglican Diocese of Peru by helping equip and prepare people for lay and ordained ministry within the church. Fr. Allen is the rector of the Saints Augustine Seminary and Deacon Rachel serves in various diocesan ministries as well as teaching in the seminary. The Saints Augustine Seminary has an enrollment of 40 students. It focuses on missions and was created to fulfill the vision of the Anglican Diocese of Peru for renewal and growth.Kevin and Wendy Mason
United World Mission
Kevin is the Global Partnerships Director for United World Mission. He is focused on developing ministry partnerships between churches in North America, UWM's work on the field, and missionaries around the world. Together with church leaders in Europe and beyond, their vision is to plant churches that delight God and surprise the world. Check out www.chasinthemasons.com to find out more.Jill Patterson
Jill serves on the Human Resource team for Agape, helping to ensure the placement of international staff who come to work with Agape. She is also assisting the Global Aid Network (GAiN) to develop its local and international missions. Jill teaches Spanish to Moroccan women and also serves as international translator and interpreter for GAiN's national director, Ruben Rivera. You can learn more about her at calledtospain.blogspot.com.