As a church we commit to giving 10% of our year’s income to mission. This is a mix of home (UK-based) and international mission; some projects we have been supporting for many years, others we support for a year or two before supporting another cause.

We also ringfence some of our mission spending for projects in the local area (in the past we have supported organisations such as Fegans, Heathfield Youth Centre and The Matthew 25 Mission in Eastbourne) and contribute each year, with other local churches, to the provision of Scripture Union’s “It’s Your Move” books for children at local primary schools who are moving to secondary school.

We are in the process of agreeing our 2022 mission partners; our 2021 mission partners were:


BMS World Mission:

“BMS works among some of the most marginalised and least evangelised people, in some of the most fragile places on earth. We aim to bring life in all its fullness through seven key ministries: church, development, education, health, justice, leadership and relief.”

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Baptist Union Home Mission:


“Home Mission is all about helping Baptist churches and individuals to reach their mission potential and bring the love of God to their communities. It is the Baptist family purse, and each year our Union has an appeal to raise money for Home Mission.”

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Congregational Federation Mission:

Congregational Federation

“There are many ways in which churches can work in partnership with others to develop mission and outreach – not just in the United Kingdom but throughout the world.

Through sharing of ideas, experiences, and knowledge we can all learn. Through sharing in prayer, worship, bible study and outreach we can all grow in our faith. Through offering support to one another, we all become stronger and better able to carry out our work in God’s name.

The Federation is a member church of the Council for World Mission, and part of CWM Europe. Congregational Federation members are involved in a range of CWM initiatives and visits.”

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Mission Aviation Fellowship:


“At MAF, we believe nothing should stop people from receiving the love of God and the essentials of life – no matter how remote they are. Our vision is to see ‘isolated people physically and spiritually transformed in Christ’s name.’ We use aviation and technology, because in many places those are the only ways to reach isolated people in need.”

MAF are holding a 75 year celebration on Saturday 20th June 2020 at Westminster Central Hall, Storey’s Gate, London SW1H 9NH, 3.00pm until 5.30pm. This will be an afternoon of music, film, drama and storytelling about their dynamic, life-changing work around the world. £10 per adult, £5 concessions, children under 16 free. Tickets available at http://www.maf75.eventbrite.co.uk

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Quicken Trust:

“Quicken Trust is a Sussex-based charity which is transforming the lives of people living in poverty in the Ugandan village of Kabubbu. It works in partnership with a range of organisations around the UK and worldwide.

The Quicken Trust seeks to address the poverty, disease and destitution faced by many of the people of Kabubbu in rural Uganda. It works to provide for their physical, spiritual and emotional needs. Quicken runs several projects but is increasingly focusing on self-sustainability. The aim is for the village to stand on its own feet.”

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LAMA Ministries:

“Life And More Abundant Ministries was founded in 1983 by Lesley Keenan, as a Charity to spread the Good News of God’s love and the teachings of Jesus. This led Lesley to establish a children’s home in the Philippines for boys in crisis situations.

Since 1997 LAMA House has provided long term residential care for boys aged 9—19 who have suffered neglect, abuse or have been abandoned. LAMA House is licensed and accredited with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Philippines.”

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