One Another's Ministry Center
The White House - Cannock, England

Our international ministry centre is located at The White House (the historic name of our ministry centre) which provides perfect space for every aspect of the ministry – training, consulting, counseling and providing resources for cross-cultural ministry.

On the ground floor is a reception area and welcoming lounge that provides guests with a comfortable area to rest, relax and enjoy fellowship and meals.

Our "board room" is used for training and small groups, and hosting ministry outreaches such as the Shoulder to Shoulder executive committee. 

The Marquis Suite is a large conference room used for seminars and training of larger groups – ranging from larger ministry teams and leadership groups from multiple mission organizations.  It is a great place to instruct and encourage and we hope and pray that in the years to come it will be used to refresh, strengthen and equip hundreds of workers to more effectively declare God's glory to the nations.

The second floor is a quiet, restful place with six large, comfortable, well appointed guest rooms. Many guests have remarked about how peaceful, safe and restful the accommodation has been - an atmosphere that helps prepare them to receive the "heart work" that God wants to do during their time with us.

The third floor (very top) houses offices and work room for our staff. 

We are encouraged to see God obviously blessing, directing, providing, and working in and through us. We are very aware that your prayers on our behalf  make all of this possible.

Thank you again for your partnership in our ministry here in Europe over more than 30 years.  We look forward to many more years of seeing lives and ministries strengthened and changed.

 


The White House is located on the edge of Cannock Chase, one of Britain's premiere national forests, providing relaxing opportunities for enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding area as well as numerous English villages.

Our office is approximately 130 miles from London and 20 miles from Birmingham (nearest international airport).

Cannock Chase is in the countryside of Staffordshire, England. The area has been designated as the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Despite being relatively small in area, the chase provides a remarkable range of landscape and wildlife, including a herd of around 800 fallow deer and a number of rare and endangered birds

There are a number of visitor centres, museums and waymarked paths. Additionally, there are many unmarked public paths. On the Chase's north-eastern edge can be found Shugborough Hall, ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield. At its southern edge are the remains of Castle Ring, an Iron Age hill fort, which is the highest point on the Chase.

Guests receiving services at One Another Ministries have the opportunity to use the surrounding area for relaxation and to find places for contemplation.