The first “Mission Statement”?

“God authorized and commanded me to commission you: Go out and train everyone you meet, far and near, in this way of life, marking them by baptism in the threefold name: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Then instruct them in the practice of all I have commanded you. I’ll be with you as you do this, day after day after day, right up to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20, The Message

We work closely with a number of mission partners supporting them financially, with prayer and by being in relationship. In fact, if you think of yourself as part of our community and you’ve not done so recently why not support in one of those ways right now?

There’s also a regular monthly prayer meeting focusing on mission and the persecuted church. This is normally held on a Tuesday evening but check notices for the next date.

Logo of OpenDoors
We hold monthly prayer meetings for the persecuted church using Open Doors materials to guide us in our prayers.
Logo of Compassion - Releasing children from poverty in Jesus' name
We support Compassion individually and collectively.
Photo of Steve and Gill, who serve with WEC
Steve and Gill have served with WEC for many years overseas and at home
Reaching the 42%: Bryants' Bulletin:
BMS world mission logo
CBC is a member of the Baptist Union and supports BMS world and home mission.
Logo of the Bible Society of Malawi
We have supported distribution of children's bibles in Malawi
Photo of Steve and Ruth who serve at International Bible Ministry, Sanga Sanga, Tanzania
Steve and Ruth
Currently working for the Institute of Bible and Ministry in Tanzania through AIM.
Logo of Bible Society, UK
We have personal connections with staff of this charity, which does important work in an age where obtaining Bibles is becoming increasingly difficult in some countries.
Logo of the Oasis, Austria
The Oasis Centre
A ministry to refugees run by International Teams and based in Traiskirchen, Austria.

Short-term trips

Ever wondered what persuades people to spend precious holiday time going to remote and un-glamorous corners of the world to help people they’ve never met? I could claim it would be a life-changing experience or talk of ‘giving back’ some of our tremendous privileges here in the UK. How about just because Jesus told us to?