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Between 20th - 29th May 2022, Iain Hesketh and a team of cyclists will be undertaking the JOGLE – John O’Groats to Lands End. This will be 8 days of cycling across physically challenging terrains, covering 867 miles! Your support to them is invaluable!

Consider being involved in the JOGLE, in one of two ways; donate to support a cyclist or set up your own fundraiser. This year we are raising awareness and funding for the wider work of Elim Missions as well as our specific campaigns of BeLoved, BeFree, BeEquipped or BeChurch.

Support a Cyclist:

Jogle Donate

Run You Own Fundraiser:

Jogle  Fundraise

How to Donate:

You can donate to the wider work of Elim Missions via JustGiving or you can view the team of cyclists and fundraisers, to choose who to support.

To donate using BACS transfer, please email with details of where you would like to give to and the office will send you a payment reference.

How to Run Your Own Fundraiser:

Partaking in the cycle ride from John O’Groats to Lands End is not for everyone! So why not consider other ways to fundraise? You could join the JOGLE for only one day of the course, cycle the equivalent amount of miles on an exercise bike, walk for the 8 days, or any other idea that you want to do. You may want to do it on different dates, that’s fine too. Why not make it a family affair or run an event with your church group?

When you have your fundraising idea:

  • join the Elim Missions Team on the JustGiving platform.
  • set up your fundraising page, explaining what you will be raising funds for; BELoved, BEFree, BEEquipped, BEChurch or the wider work of Elim Missions. Use the information below to explain the cause.
  • Share your JustGiving page with friends so that they can support your fundraiser.

Raising Funds for the BE Campaigns

Elim Missions desires to be participating with the Spirit in the renewal of all things, under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

R.E.N.E.W.A.L: the state of being made new, fresh, or strong again.


R.E.N.E.W.A.L: The children’s projects around the world, testify to the difference a new beginning such as schooling, or a new home can give to a child who is living in poverty. Access to food or healthcare is a challenge for many children, especially those orphaned or left vulnerable to care for themselves. Elim Missions cares about showing God’s heart to children worldwide. We currently work in 15 countries. This is the work of our BELOVED campaign.


R.E.N.E.W.A.L: With between 2-4million people trafficked across borders each year, 300,000 child soldiers working around the world and approx. 3,287 men, women and children being taken and sold every day, it is hard not to stand up and take note of those who are not free, those who don’t have a voice and those whose hope has been lost. To the child rescued from child labour, child soldiers, to the abused women and rape survivors, the opportunity of an escape and a new beginning is like a gift of life itself. This is the work of our BEFREE campaign.


R.E.N.E.W.A.L: Elim Missions is committed to training and equipping leaders across the world, renewing their resolve to accomplish the mission ahead. Training leaders, church planters, missionaries to reach into some of the most challenging areas of the world. This is the work of our BEEQUIPPED campaign.


R.E.N.E.W.A.L: Leaving all that you know as ‘home’ and being sent, to be incarnated into the world, to go to the ends of the earth, to reach those who are outside of our cultural comfort zones. Right now, around the world, we have church planting missionaries going across borders onto new ground, with new cultures and languages, to tell others about Jesus and build His church. We equip, we fund, we send, people to those who have never heard of the Good News, and we pray. This is the work of our BECHURCH campaign.


Information about the JOGLE challenge - May 2022

On Saturday 21st May the riders will set off from John O’Groats and for the next 8 days they will travel together finishing in Lands End on Saturday 28th May. The riders will join a special Sunday Service at Penzance Elim on Sunday 29th May.

The Route: John O’Groats to Lands End


As this event has been organised by Elim Missions under the charity of Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance registered charity 251549 (England) and SC037754 (Scotland), all the money raised for this sponsored event, unless otherwise specified, will go towards the work of Elim Missions, which includes reaching nations with the Gospel, standing against human exploitation, bringing hope to those in need and building and equipping the global church. (Please note that Elim Missions will hold 5% of donations, to help cover the costs of participant’s accommodation, food, support van and the administration for this event).