World Mission


As part of our calling to reach out with the Gospel to every tribe and nation, Christchurch Baptist Church supports missionaries and missional organizations all over the world.  Our heart is to advance the Kingdom of God not just in our area but to also empower others to reach out to people who haven't yet heard of the Good News of Christ.  

To read our World Mission Strategy document, click here.

The people and agencies we currently supporting are:

Home Mission
Home Mission is all about helping Baptist churches and individuals in the UK to reach their mission potential and bring the love of God to their communities by giving grants to local churches, regional associations and three specialist which resource churches through legal, ministries and finance support .

Baptist Mission Society (Peru)
We are delighted to be linked with the Mahon family who are serving in Peru as part of BMS' long-term programme. Based in Iquitos, they are working alongside the Loreto Association of Baptist Churches as they look to implement a sustainability plan over the coming years.  They are involved in teaching and curriculum development at the NautaIntegral Mission Training Centre, and also support the running of the centre.  Dave and Michele are both Baptist ministers, and have served at Brockley Baptist Church in south-east London for four years.

CCD Rainbow House (Thailand)
Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities in Thailand (CCD) has been providing care and support to abandoned children with disabilities, regardless of gender, nationality, creed or religion, since 1986.  It's been our joy to send a couple of mission teams from the church to partner with this ministry.

Juniper House (Thailand)
Since 1977, The Juniper Tree has been offering rest and refreshment for Christian workers, who work in situations outside of their own culture.  They are an evangelical, non-denominational, charitable foundation, set up to provide places where individuals, couples or families can come to find physical and spiritual refreshment to enable them to return to their sphere of service.

Edith's Hope (Uganda)
The Edith's Hope works with total HIV/AIDS orphans in the community of Ngora, a small town in the Teso region of Uganda.  Their vision is to build a sustainable, empowered, ambitious generation who know and love God and who are equipped with integrity and vision for the future.  Current projects include child sponsorship programmes, vocational training and child-headed families ministry.

Stephanie Darling (Malawi)
Stephanie teaches several courses at the Evangelical Bible College in Malawi and has been with Serving In Mission (SIM) since 2003.  She also teaches Christian counselling and takes students into remote areas to share the gospel.  Stephanie was a placement student at Christchurch Baptist Church whilst studying at Moorlands College (2000-2003).

Voice of the Gospel Radio Ministry (Poland)
This Polish evangelical missionary organization was launched on 25 December 1965.  In 1996 it officially became a foundation that was constituted by the Good News Broadcasting Association UK, The Evangelical Christian Church in the Republic of Poland and the Church of Christ in the Republic of Poland.  Voice of the Gospel Radio broadcasts evangelistic programs as well as organizing summer camps to share with young people the Good News of Jesus.

Smile Charity (Uganda)
Smile Charity Uganda focusses on children-at-risk through empowering families and the Church.  They work toward holistically empowered and transformed lives through education, practical evangelism initiatives and community outreach programs in Uganda.  Their aim is for long term rebuilding of lives through six domains - evangelism, education, development, empowerment, rebuilding and food security.

Open Doors (Persecuted Church)
Open Doors works in over 60 countries, supplying Bibles, training church leaders, providing practical support and emergency relief, and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith.  In the UK and Ireland, Open Doors works to raise awareness of global persecution, mobilising prayer, support and action among Christians.


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