Vacancies for Care Workers, Shrewsbury Area

Agapé Homecare is a friendly established Homecare Company in the heart of Shrewsbury.

Agapé Homecare opened in February 2016, and since this time we have been recognised and sought after for the high standards of care that we have provided to people in the local and outlying communities.

We are looking to expand our excellent team of carers.

We provide Domiciliary care and Palliative/end of life care.

We need people who are committed, compassionate, and passionate about caring, who can understand the concept of Agapé love, and are willing to take this love out to our wonderful Service Users.

We need honest, reliable and loving people, who are really interested in making a difference to the people we care for and their loved ones, who are sometimes at the most difficult and painful times of their lives.

We need people who can go with a smile, a cheery greeting and can care about people who otherwise would sometimes not see another living soul.

We are not worried about experience or qualifications, as we are able to offer these to the right candidates. We have discovered that the most important qualification in our carers is the willingness to go the extra mile, as our Saviour commanded us to do.

If you think that you could consider joining our team, you would be most welcome to come and have a cuppa and discuss your interest with me.

Please do contact me

Debbie Rennie. Telephone 07531 373134.

It would be a pleasure to meet you.

Aasia Bibi Still Incarcerated

Over a week after the Pakistan Supreme Court upheld the acquittal of Aasia Bibi on blasphemy charges, she remains confined in a locked room and is being prevented from leaving Pakistan to join her daughters in Canada, where they have been granted asylum.

Quoting Aman Ullah, who spoke to Aasia Bibi by telephone yesterday, Aljazeera reported that she is frustrated and frightened, uncertain of when she will be able to leave Pakistan.

“The door opens at food time only,” said Ullah, and she is allowed to make phone calls in the morning and again at night. He said she usually calls her daughters.

Bibi’s husband is with her, he said.

We reiterate our request that you pray that Aasia and her family will now be reunited, be relocated to a place of safety and enjoy the Lord’s permanent protection.

Aasia Bibi’s Acquittal Upheld

The Pakistan Supreme Court has dismissed a petition seeking review of the court’s verdict acquitting Aasia Bibi on blasphemy charges.

Read a full account of the court proceedings by Dawn.

Qari Muhammad Salaam, who submitted the review petition, requested the court maintain the death sentence awarded to her by a trial court. Salaam had filed a case against Aasia Bibi and accused her of blasphemy.

The court said that the petitioner’s lawyer could not prove anything wrong with the court verdict.

Please pray that Aasia and her family will now be reunited, be relocated to a place of safety and enjoy the Lord’s permanent protection.

The Express Tribune reported on 25 January that Aasia’s daughters and their guardians have already migrated to Canada.


Long-term readers of articles on this site will recall that Grace Missions has previously commended UKIP, particularly for its opposition to same-sex ‘marriage’. In 2014, we reported that Grace Missions Director Ross Rennie would be campaigning on behalf of UKIP in the run-up to the Newark by-election. We salute UKIP for being at the forefront of the campaign for the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

Recent developments have, however, prompted us to reconsider our continuing support for UKIP. The decision of UKIP’s leader Gerard Batten to appoint Tommy Robinson/Stephen Yaxley-Lennon as his adviser and what former leader Nigel Farage referred to as the party’s “fixation with the issue of Islam” have raised concerns that UKIP is drifting towards extremism. We cannot lend our approval to or be associated with these developments.

Grace Missions has always been unaligned with any one political party. We support policies that are in accordance with the principles of Scripture and oppose those that are not.

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