rjtaLlanelli mission training school is called Robert Jermain Thomas Academy.


Wellingborough training school is called Carey Academy Language Learning.

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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 phase of western mission over two hundred years ago.

The Carey Academy of Language Learning (CALL) is the training school which we run at Wellingborough, in the heart of England. William Carey, who was born locally and a gifted linguist in several European and Indian languages, is the inspiration behind the name. He served as a missionary in India for 41 years and was involved in the translation of portions of the Bible into 40 different languages and dialects.

Despite Carey’s many giftings he knew that he must submit everything to his primary calling to make Jesus known to those who had never heard. Our desire is to equip people to know Jesus better, to fulfil their destiny and to follow their calling to serve Him wherever He leads.

CALL offers Mission, English and Discipleship courses.
We have a particular interest in exploring how indigenous mission can be facilitated through business projects, both for income generation and training purposes.

Within our Hebron centre a young Korean indigenous mission team is emerging.

We are eagerly anticipating the arrival this Autumn of the first group of mission trainees from a newly formed indigenous mission movement in Mizoram, North East India.

Our training is discipleship based, and we attempt to ground teaching with evangelistic and practical experience.