Trinity Balloons say photos of their “consciously bold design” have reached hundreds of thousands of people through social media.

The evangelistic balloon has been taken to a variety of festivals over the summer months. Pilot, Mark Warne, said, “It’s camera-phone-friendly and a simple way to ‘share’ Jesus...even for those nervous of doing so. Just pop a picture in your newsfeed to sow the seed and see what conversations about faith might follow.”

The volunteer team of professional pilots and crew have had a busy summer, but hope to carry on flying through the darker months. “This is a huge shining light on the hill,” says Warne. “So long as God is using it, we’ll find a way to keep flying it.”