Links

Acts 29 Network
The Acts 29 Network is focused on supporting church plants. Over the last ten years it has developed from a small band of Christian brothers into a network of almost 300 churches across the United States and increasingly in other countries. We are actively supporting an Acts 29 Network church plant in Leeds, England plus emerging work in Italy.
http://www.acts29network.org/western-europe/

Affinity
We are an independent, reformed, evangelical Church with bible-based teaching and as such we are affiliated to Affinity, a group of 100s of like-focused Churches and Christian agencies throughout Britain and Ireland.
http://www.affinity.org.uk

Frontiers
We support Christian workers involved in the Frontiers ministry. Frontiers’ workers go and live and work in Muslim communities - serving the poor, the outcast, the downtrodden, those who need healing and those who seek peace. Their aim is to identify with Muslims – not convert them to a foreign religion or culture - but simply love them in the same way that Christ has loved us.
http://www.frontiers.org.uk

IM (Italian Ministries)
IM exists to “promote and spread the Christian biblical Evangelical faith through the missionary work of its associates” within Italy. As a church, we have developed close links with folk involved in the IM work and fully support their promotion of the Gospel in that country.
http://www.italianministries.org/eng/

MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship)
MAF exists to share the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed. Using such means, MAF is currently assisting the physical and spiritual needs of isolated people in 42 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Eurasia and Latin America. One of our church folk is currently out in Kenya with his wife working for MAF and we also have church members with family links to the MAF work in Papua New Guinea.
http://www.maf.org

Mission Africa
Mission Africa is an inter-denominational, evangelical, Christian mission organisation. It works in Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Chad, while maintaining headquarters in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The organisation's missionary efforts today are focused on theological education, church planting and evangelism, hospitals and medical work, HIV/AIDS ministries and youth ministries (especially with street-kids). Two of the younger people from our church are actively involved in Mission Africa’s work in Nigeria.
http://www.missionafrica.org.uk

Morning Star Children's Centre
This is a Christian-based day care facility located in the Welkom region of South Africa. It is dedicated to helping underprivileged children infected by HIV/AIDS. A part of Morning Star’s focus also lies in assisting with income-generating projects for the local community. As individuals and as a church we have been long-term supporters and sponsors of the Morning Star work.
http://www.morningstar.org.za

NoSFEC (North Staffs Fellowship of Evangelical Churches)
Although located in South Cheshire, England we are extremely close geographically and in Christian belief terms to our brothers and sisters in North Staffordshire. We are therefore affiliated to NoSFEC.
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/p.roberts57/nosfec

NTM (New Tribes Mission)
As a church we have been long-term supporters of certain missionaries involved in the NTM work in Papua New Guinea. Of the world's 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached. NTM helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to these groups/tribes. Their missionary teams learn the tribal language and understand the prevailing culture, so the message of the Gospel can be presented in the language and in a manner the people will understand.
http://www.ntm.org/png/

OM (Operation Mobilisation)
OM mobilises the Church to share the knowledge of Jesus and His love with every generation in every nation. OM pioneers and leads initiatives to redeem lives, rebuild communities and restore hope in over 110 countries. A range of different people and age groups from our church are involved in supporting various aspects of the OM international work, including ship ministry and both short and longer-term mission projects worldwide (including work with the Dalit community in India).
http://www.om.org

SIM (Serving In Mission)
SIM is an evangelical, interdenominational mission agency, founded in the late 19th Century, and now with more than 1,600 active missionaries serving God in over 40 countries. SIM members work with many diverse people groups in Africa, Asia, and South America. Our church is a supporter of their mission work in Western Africa (seconded through UFM – see below).
http://www.sim.co.uk

The North West Partnership
We are located on the border of South Cheshire in England and can thus be considered as being within the English "North West" and are affiliated to the North West Partnership, a group of churches dedicated to the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ across our region.
http://www.northwestpartnership.com

UBM (United Beach Missions) - "The Beach Team"
A number of our folk are regularly involved in the work of UBM. "The Beach Team" aims to reach out with the claims of Christ and present the Gospel to individuals and families in a relaxed and friendly way appropriate to the people they meet on the holiday beach. This includes personal work, children’s and teenage games, adult and family activities and open air meetings.
http://www.ubm.org.uk

UCCF (Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship)
Each year a number of our young people move away to study at universities and colleges across the UK. This often includes involvement in their local CU (Christian Union). CUs are effectively mission teams operating within universities and colleges, supported by local churches and resourced by UCCF staff. UCCF can be considered a family of students, staff and supporters dedicated to the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the student world. Several of our young people have gone on to become full-time UCCF staff members for a time.
http://www.uccf.org.uk

UFM (Unevangelised Fields Mission) Worldwide
UFM works in partnership with around 50 UK churches in sending missionaries into cross-cultural ministry. God calls missionaries and churches send them out. UFM works in partnership with churches to make this possible and to provide the expertise needed to work effectively in cross-cultural mission. We support the work of UFM, in particular their mission within Western Africa.
http://www.ufm.org.uk