rjtaLlanelli mission training school is called Robert Jermain Thomas Academy.


Wellingborough training school is called Carey Academy Language Learning.

Wellingborough Home

wellingbroughNations has been active in this area for over 20 years. After several years in rented premises in Earls Barton we moved into Wellingborough itself after praying about our location. For 10 years we  rented various premises and prayed for a new permanent Centre. Our prayers were answered when we purchased a redundant pub – The Oxford Tavern – and transformed it into our new Centre that was opened in 2011, which was then named Hebron.

Through strong links with local churches, one of our main objectives is to help in the re-opening of 'wells' of prayer, mission and resource in a part of the country where William Carey and others pioneered a major new phase of western mission over two hundred years ago.

We run the Carey Academy of Language Learning [CALL] as a Business with Mission project. Indeed, we have a particular interest in exploring how indigenous mission can be facilitated through business projects, both for income generation and training purposes.

The team handles a lot of the legal and financial aspects of maintaining Nations Trust, including the day-to-day accounting.

We aim to hold ‘Family & Friends’ evenings from time to time as a means of drawing together all those interested in or connected with our work in Nations. Please contact us if you want to come to an evening.

‘Opening the Wells’, launched in 1997, is an area-wide initiative in co-operation with local churches, encouraging prayer, unity and mission and this is reflected in the name of our magazine – 'Opening the Wells' - which also reflects the wider work of Nations.

Why not join us for our Prayer Day on any Thursday?