Rhema Partnership

The Rhema Partnership was formed in 2003 to provide support for two South Indian charities - The RMS Trust, which provides support for orphan and disabled children as well as primary healthcare; and The Rhema Religious and Charitable Trust, which runs a Christian University, church planting ministry and Bible college.

The Rhema Garden in the Cumbum valley is home to a number of projects:

  • a medical centre which treats about 60 people a day
  • a specialist school which cares for 13 disabled children
  • supporting orphan children and paying for their education, food and medical treatment
  • a Bible college
  • oversight of church planting work throughout the Cumbum Diocese

Richard Lloyd (formerly Associate Vicar of HTC) is the Chairman of the Rhema Partnership, and has led several visits by groups from HTC to the Rhema Garden.


Supporting orphan children


Richard Lloyd