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: Dave and Janet Brown

Dave is the UK Development Officer with Zambesi Mission, he and Janet are former overseas missionaries and now David serves to maintain and extend the  UK church network supporting Zambesi Mission in its outreach.  They regularly visit supporting churches in the UK and also Malawi to connect the work there with supporters here in the UK.

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.

Our recently sponsored student, who graduated on 30th June 2017,  Winfred Bastings Banda has returned to his ministry, the new student is Evance.

Illyrian Gospel Trust

We have for over 10 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 amongst 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.

During the summer of 2017 several of the Grange’s young people were part of a UK-based team who helped with children’s evangelism and in humanitarian and evangelistic outreaches to the needy local community

Mission India

Mission India is a US-based mission 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 we have been able to share in both childrens’ literacy work and in church planting in the 500,000 unreached villages and communities in the Indian sub-continent .

Robert Weissman 

For many years GBC has supported the work of Robert, a former Letchworth school teacher,  as he seeks to minister to the Jewish communities of North East London.  A messianic Jewish believer  Robert seeks to share with others in his community, through 1:1 evangelism and door to door visitation the faith he has found in Jesus, as well as regularly meeting with Messianic Jewish believers. Robert is a worker with the Christian Jew Foundation serving in the Jewish community of London