Our friends and link organisations


Brass Tacks is a Christian charity which sends volunteers on construction projects both in the UK and overseas for periods of two or three weeks. The projects normally involve the construction or renovation of buildings, but sometimes other infrastructure such as micro hydo-electric plants and more recently vehicle/generator mechanics.



Church Growth Trust aims to offer not only property and trusteeship services but also ways of helping churches to grow. Its current working vision is "To be a trusted partner helping independent churches grow."

This at present tends to be in relation to properties where the trust allows churches to occupy for a concessionary rent and help to fund extensions to buildings or improvements to properties.



The Church Planting Initiative (CPI) began in 1999 as a vision for planting independant evangelical churches in the UK. CPI is working together with four organisations, Counties, GLO, Stewardship and Partnership.



Echoes main purpose is to serve missionaries around the world, and those commended from Christian Brethren assemblies/churches in particular.They strive to follow the principle of living by faith, and have proved God’s faithfulness over 130 years of operation.



The Evangelical Alliance was founded in 1846 and is the oldest alliance of evangelical Christians in the world.  The Alliance is the largest body serving evangelical Christians in the UK, and has a membership including denominations, churches, organisations and individuals. In its formative years the Alliance particularly stood for the victims of religious persecution and enabled evangelicals from different denominations to work together.



FirstServe is a unique discipleship and missions programme, primarily for 18-25 year-olds on a gap year, or those with a shorter time available. 

The FirstServe placements and discipleship programme provide opportunities for serving God and being challenged in your personal and spiritual growth. Our priority is to help you have a meaningful, life-changing missions’ experience. see http://first-serve.org.uk/


Gospel Literature Outreach is a fellowship of Christian workers who have been commended by their local churches and work in partnership to carry out the demands of the Great Commission. GLO was founded in Australia in 1965 by Colin Tilsley whose vision was to mobilise teams of Christians to engage in short and long term mission work. European workers are joined by GLO colleagues in Australia, New Zealand, India, Korea, Malaysia, Zambia and Peru.



Partnership is a national network and support ministry to encourage local churches with a strong commitment to Christ and the cross; scripture; plural leadership; every member ministry, and spiritual vitality in every church. It promotes growth, networking, flexibility, strategic alliances and wide vision. It provides area and national activities, publications, courses and staff recruitment services as well as training for leaders.



The object of the RMAF is to assist retired missionaries who are in needy circumstances and to develop a ‘family’ type relationship among the beneficiaries.



Stewardship is a Christian financial support services charity, connecting people and resources to advance the Kingdom of God. Their vision is of a transformed Church where the work of the Kingdom is abundantly resourced through generous giving and wise management of money and other resources.