Latest media releases
Media release dated 06 November 2018
Cameroon: 78 students of Mission 21's partner church kidnapped
On Sunday evening, November 4, unknown armed men attacked the Presbyterian Secondary School in the city of Bamenda. They kidnapped 78 students as well as the principal and two employees. The boarding school belongs to the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, partner church of Mission 21.
Media release dated 05 November 2018
Peace work is much needed
On November 11, 2018, one hundred years ago, the First World War came to an end. Unfortunately, wars are still a reality. Peace work is much needed. Mission 21 does peace work in Nigeria. We support the interreligious peace village Gurku. It offers Christians and Muslims who fled from the terrorist militia Boko Haram a new home.
Media release dated 29 October 2018
Mission Bazaar 2018 achieved almost 30,000 francs
The interest in the traditional autumn bazaar of Mission 21 was great again this year. On 25 and 26 October, several hundred guests enjoyed the friendly atmosphere in the Mission House and outside in the park, took advantage of the wide range of offerings and indulged in culinary delights. This year, 29,694 francs were raised at the bazaar. The proceeds from the autumn bazaar will go to Mission 21's peace work in Indonesia.