As many of you will know, we, like everyone else in similar work have had our work put ‘on hold’ by the restrictions placed on the country by the Coronavirus outbreak.
As things stand we have no bookings for the foreseeable future but are constantly monitoring news bulletins and reviewing the situation. We would dearly love to be able to welcome you as guests again here very soon.
Naturally we have the welfare of our Staff Team as our top priority, wanting to make sure jobs are safe and secure and that their positions can be held safe for when normality returns. We pray that it is soon, but in the meantime we seek to make wise and sensible decisions with all that God has entrusted to us.
We are making applications for grants that will help us fulfill financial commitments and to ensure that we are in as strong a position as possible for when bookings resume, but we seek your support to help us keep going.
Next year Min y Don is due to reach its sixtieth year in Christian residential ministry. In the fifty-nine years so far we have been upheld, firstly by God, and then through His work in the lives of others as people have been led to support Min y Don in many different ways.
Should you feel led to help us then there are lots of ways you can do this. Prayerfully (please see our monthly newsletters), by telling others (becoming a Min y Don Ambassador), booking to come here as a group leader for a school or youth group or being here on a family week holiday. You can also help financially.
If you feel that you would like to help fund us at this difficult time then you have an opportunity here to give online.
As we move forward through these strange and unusual circumstances we keep in mind the one who holds it all in His hands. We trust and keep on trusting, working hard in His strength to do everything we can and relying on Him to see us through.
“But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord,
whose confidence is in him.
They will be like a tree planted by the water
that sends out its roots by the stream.
It does not fear when heat comes;
its leaves are always green.
It has no worries in a year of drought
and never fails to bear fruit.”