As a church we are privileged to have long-term partnerships with several projects located across the globe, some for many years and others more recent. Click on the organisation name to find out more.
As a church we got involved originally through a family link in the church and have developed this over the years with a mission trip of 9 folk from the church in 2017 and 4 in 2020, the former doing children’s and healthcare work as well as building a house, the latter building a house and two steel bridge.
The Cogwheel Trust was started by Mr Kevin Hammond in India in 1995 after he was affected by a visit to the country a year earlier. The work has spread and is now centred in Uganda where we have a children’s home in Namugongo and a school in Mpoma. We also care for children within their own community, wehre possible. We are mostly supported by donations and child sponsorship.
Pioneers empowers gospel-driven Christians to go to the ends of the earth together in relentless pursuit of the unreached.
As a church we have supported for many years a former member and family serving through Pioneers in east Asia.
BMS (Baptist Missionary Society) is an evangelical mission agency transforming the lives of people in fragile states and under-evangelised communities, among the world’s most marginalised people, on four continents.
As a church we support a family involved in reconciliation work in the Balkans and have developed strong links with them over the past few years.
Release International is an inter-denominational Christian ministry working through local church partners in more than 25 countries, helping persecuted Christians prayerfully, pastorally and practically. Their ministry is based on Hebrews 13 v 3: ‘Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.’
Release was founded in 1968, inspired by the testimony and ministry of Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, who was imprisoned for his faith for 14 years in communist Romania. Be inspired by reading his book Tortured for Christ, available from their shop or you can receive a free copy by becoming a regular supporter of Release.
As a church we support a particular project – unfortunately no details can be shared publicly.
Other organisations the church supports include:
Teen Challenge North Scotland Offering hope and help to adults and teens struggling with drug and alcohol addictions.
Barnabas Fund works to provide hope and aid for the persecuted Church, from Christians, to Christians, through Christians.
Open Doors originated in 1955, when a young Dutchman started smuggling Bibles to the persecuted church in Communist Europe. He became known as Brother Andrew, and his work led to more than six decades of support for the persecuted church
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