our mission partners
We see mission as based in our local community, through the church, but it's much more than just local mission. It includes supporting the spread of God’s kingdom across the world.
We support a number of individuals, families and organisations in their mission work around the world. Click on the name of each organisation to find out more on their individual websites.
ACTS work across India, in education, environment and social entrepreneurship.
Sharing the good news of Jesus in the Arab world.
Helping churches and individuals bring the love to God to their communities
BMS works with some of the most marginalised people in some of the most fragile places on Earth.
Breadline empowers churches in Eastern Europe to build ministries that impact their communities.
A human rights organisation specialising in freedom of religion and belief.
A campaign and advocacy group supporting adults and children in crisis across London.
Europe's largest evangelical theology college.
MAF use aviation and technology to reach isolated people with God's love.
Serving the church and bringing the gospel to the people of East Asia.
A development charity that supports Christian-led development projects in three continents.
Making God's love visible through Christian satellite TV by and for the people of the Middle East and North Africa.
A faith-based organisation serving language communities worldwide.
Giving vulnerable children and families the chance of a better future through intervention and support services.
Providing Christ-centred and biblically rooted training for mission and ministry.
Tearfund work with churches around the world, on issues of poverty and when disasters strike.
A Christian development NGO working in Zambia.
A Christian disability charity working to transform lives in the UK and overseas.
Making disciples of Jesus in the student world.
tools with a mission
TWAN is a Christian charity that collects work tools – that then get cleaned, refurbished and sent overseas.
"Sending good quality tools into Uganda, Nigeria and India provides an opportunity for those receiving them to earn a living and make the first step to change their world. Please join me in supporting Tools with a Mission in this important work" - Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu
At the moment TWAM especially need carpentry hand tools and plain wheelchairs. But any tools in the following categories would be useful:
Motor mechanics including trolley jacks and ramps
Builders, electricians and plumbing
Electric power tools: drills, sanders, planers.
Bench and band saws
Knitting machines (complete)
Laptops Flat screen computers
Sewing and craft items
Garden forks, spades, hoes, rakes,
Sledge hammers, pick axes.
Educational text books
Adult mountain bikes
Men’s bikes (not racing bikes)
Motor lawnmowers, strimmers, chainsaw.
They cannot accept, glass jars, gas bottles, electric hedge cutters and lawnmowers. For further information see their website.