The ‘One Family One Bible’ project is an initiative which was started by an associate Pastor Nzayi Dieudonne of the New Testament Church of God in Sheffield, a native of Congo, who was inspired by the plight of the Banyamulenge people. Despite the current atrocities they were suffering, they remained ever faithful to their love of God.

This Bible Project is to strengthen the Banyamulenge people’s hope in God by providing 5,000 bibles to 5,000 families.

The Banyamulenge are a Tutsi Community from Democratic Republic of the Congo’s neighbouring countries Burundi-Rwanda-Uganda. For over three decades they are being fought, victimised, killed and displaced by a coalition of militias drawn from multiple communities who consider themselves indigenous Congolese.

Progress for the project is ongoing by a local committee set up to support the vision. A Go Fund Me page has been set up as the main platform for funding the project and a partnership with the Bible Society and contacts in Rwanda and Congo are already established to procure, transport and distribute the bibles. The only outstanding task is the raising of funds.


The project will be Bishop Winston Taylor’s (Senior Pastor) main mission drive for the local New Testament Church of God (NTCG) in Sheffield and it also has the support of National Administrative Bishop Donald Bolt. We will also benefit from the support of other denominational churches and we will also be looking to reach out to the local community and private sector businesses for their support to reach the 5000-bible target.

You can pledge your support by donating to the Go Fund Me page that can be found via the button.

Alternatively, you can send cheques payable to New Testament Church of God, Sheffield; PLEASE WRITE ‘OFOB PROJECT’ on the back of the cheque.

Thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity.