Mission Partners 

As a church we support a number of missionary activities working to spread God’s Word to reach out to people around the world and also to show God’s grace help to meet the practical needs which are so prevalent in many parts of our world.


Zambesi Mission

Zambesi Mission is an evangelical, non-denominational agency working in Malawi and northern Mozambique. Working in partnership with the Zambesi Evangelical Church they  aim to help African Christians to use their God-given gifts, to spread the gospel, and to show the love of God in practical ways, through health care, education and caring for orphans. 

More details can be found at www.zambesimission.org    Regional contact: Ruth MacBean 


Evangelical Bible College of Malawi (EBCoM)

We  have for many years supported students studying at the Evangelical Bible College of Malawi through the Zambesi Mission in Bible and ministry training before going or returning to pastoral ministry in Malawi and Mozambique. The College was founded in 1964.  Website:  http://www.ebcom.xtreemhost.com/contents/home/index.php?i=1

Our current sponsored student Jylos is in his first year of study at EBCoM.
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Illyrian Gospel Trust

We have for many  years supported the work of Will Niven working as a church planter and pastor in Albania.
Will’s work is supported through the IGT  : The purpose of the trust is to promote the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the planting of indigenous Albanian churches and to be a resource of Christian work and co-operation in general among the Albanian peoples wherever they may be.

In particular, the Illyrian Gospel Trust is supporting the work of Will and Doreta Niven who are serving in the “Way of Peace” churches in Fier and Patos. These churches, initially founded by missionaries from the European Christian Mission, are in the process of growing. Our aim is not only to see an indigenous leadership established in each church but to see these churches planting new fellowships in their area and beyond.

 Website: https://igtalbania.com/


Mission India

Mission India -UK is  seeking to reach the hundreds of millions in  India who have never heard the Christian message, most of them in rural poverty. Through childrens literacy groups, adult literacy classes and church planter sponsorship Mission india seeks to bring a message of hope and a better life to the many disadvantaged peoples of India. 

Over recent years GBC  have been able to share through MI  in both childrens’ literacy work and in church planting into a few of  the 500,000 unreached villages and regions in the Indian sub-continent .
Currently MI are seeking to help support the many faced with serious economic situations during the coronavirus-induced  lockdown in India. See their website for further details.
Contact:  Andy Milligan.  Website:  https://missionindia.org.uk/


Overseas Missionary Fellowship


We are currently continuing our link with OMF through links with a  young couple who went out to the Far East in Spring 2018.  Tom and Jasmine  are working in East Asia with  OMF in personal outreach, language learning and reaching out to the student community. We enjoy occasional live llink up through the Internet with them in one of our services. To learn more of the work of OMF go to www.omf.org.uk 
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Global Care 


We support the work  of  Global Care, a Christian-based charity sharing God's love in a practical way with some of the world's most vulnerable and poorest children. In particular, we have engaged with the work  with children in Kabompo, North Western Zambia, together with Global Care partners  New Life Action Foundation Trust,  delivering both educational and developmental support. Some of our church were privileged to visit this project in Summer 2019. To learn more visit  https://www.globalcare.org/project/zambia/

For Global Care's response to coronavirus crisis in the poorest countries of our world see John's CEO newsletter here:   https://www.globalcare.org/2020/04/how-three-weeks-can-change-everything-a-word-from-the-ceo/?fbclid=IwAR0lXflfcujLxOZ0HRPmB05z9EqJNHGJ7nf3hFYC6oxnKh2HvQ_6fe7Y8p8