As a church we are pleased to support organisations and individuals involved in mission situations in the United Kingdom and overseas.
Mill Grove is a unique extended family in South Woodford, Essex, that began as an informal foster family in 1899. Mill Grove is a place of love and care where children and young people who cannot live with their own families are cared for in a positive Christian environment.
The Falconer Trust was established in 1980 by local Christians Henry and Irene Webb to support the work of the late Lilias Falconer and the children’s home that she started in 1949 in Kabulamuna in Northern Rhodesia, now Zambia.
Alison Sammour is a former member of our Girls’ Brigade company now working for Arab World Ministries in the South of France as their mailing and database co-ordinator. Arab World Ministries is a mission organisation sharing the good news of the gospel with unreached Muslims in Europe and the Arab world.
Daniel Brown is a former member of our Boys’ Brigade company now working as a writer, actor, and theatrical director. He is based in the north of England and involved in various forms of Christian ministry and artistic endeavour. He is the author of The Firebird Chronicles for children aged nine to twelve and has won an award from the Authors’ Foundation for original fiction in the field of science fiction. He has written over twenty plays and is the Artistic Director of the Suitcase and Spectacles Children’s Theatre.
BMS World Mission
BMS World Mission (formerly the Baptist Missionary Society) is a mission organisation working among some of the most marginalised and least evangelised people in some of the most fragile places on earth. Its key ministries are in the fields of the church, development, education, health, justice, leadership and relief work.
Baptist Union Home Mission
Our church is a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, a national body uniting and representing many of the local Baptist churches and associations in this country. In particular, we are pleased to support the Union’s Home Mission department which exists to help Baptist churches and individuals to reach their mission potential and bring the love of God to their communities. Grants are given to support a variety of churches and chaplains across the country. Home Mission also supports the work of the regional Baptist associations and headquarters staff in the denomination’s offices in Didcot.
London Baptist Association
The London Baptist Association supports the mission and ministry of over three hundred Baptist churches across Greater London and is one of the thirteen regional associations whch make up the Baptist Union of Great Britain. The Association exists to encourage and equip its member churches as they pursue their own distinct vision and calling to the local communities in which they are based.
As an evangelical church we are pleased to be a member of the Evangelical Alliance, which is the oldest body representing the UK’s two million evangelical Christians. Founded in 1846, the Alliance brings Christians together and helps them to listen to and be heard by the government, media and society. The Alliance works across eighty-one denominations, four thousand churches, six hundred organisations, and thousands of individual members.