Graham & Pauline Allcock

Euro-Asia Field Director since 2009.

Our role as Field Directors is to supervise and manage missionaries who will make disciples and plant churches in unreached areas. We manage nine missionary families in five different countries.

Donation Options for UK

Direct Debit: Go to any branch of your bank and arrange a payment to AFM’s account at Lloyds Bank. Alternately, you make do this via online Internet banking. You may also set up a standing order to set up an automatic monthly payment. To establish a direct debit through your bank, please contact Pauline Allcock directly at 01923-510150 for detailed instructions.

Cheque: You may send a cheque made out to “AFM” with the project name written on the back or in a separate memo to the following address:
Graham and Pauline Allcock
599 St Albans Road
Watford, WD25 9JL

International Credit Card: If you have an international credit card, select “Give to This Project” at the top of this page. When you fill out the credit card information, select “United Kingdom” from the country drop-down list.

Frontier Stories

New Beginnings

Please pray that God will lead them to people of peace and to the right housing and location for their ministry. 

By: Pauline Allcock
July 01 2018, 6:17 am | Comments 1

Salt and Light

Let’s continue doing our part to share the good news of the gospel, recognizing that it is the work of the Holy Spirit to lead people into all truth.

By: Pauline Allcock
April 01 2018, 5:24 am | Comments 0

Two Conversations

We want to be attuned to the Holy Spirit’s leading in our encounters and speak to the hearts of those whom God is gently leading.

By: Graham Allcock
March 01 2018, 4:36 am | Comments 0

Ireland Update

There is still much work to be accomplished in Ireland. As we begin a new year, we invite you to join us in praying for more missionaries to come to the Emerald Isle to share Jesus with the Irish.

By: Graham Allcock
January 01 2018, 4:13 am | Comments 0


Every believer can ask God for guidance and think of creative ways to make an impact in their community.

By: Graham Allcock
December 01 2017, 5:04 am | Comments 0

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