Our mission is to tell others about Jesus Christ through our words and actions. Read about our friends and mission partners who are serving God at home or abroad, and remember to pray regularly for them.
As a church we support a number of missions and mission partners from our budget and in prayer. You can find more information about each of them through the links below. In addition, paper copies of news and prayer letters are made available in the church entrance.
The Baptist Union of Great Britain (BUGB) is the association of Baptist Churches in England and Wales. The Home Mission department helps local churches through practical, legal and financial support.
Find out more about Home Mission on the BUGB website
BMS World Mission is a Christian charity that works in 35 countries on four continents, and is primarily involved in church planting, development, disaster relief, education, health, and media advocacy.
Watch this video about how Covid-19 has affected the people Mat and Suzanne work with in Albania.
Mat and Suzanne Gregory work with BMS in Tirana. Suzanne works at GDQ School and Mat is involved with Tek Ura, an Albanian charity organisation helping people in marginalised communities. Find out more on the Tek Ura Facebook page below
The Gregorys are due to leave Albania this summer and return to the UK. We will be looking to link with new church partners in the months to come. More details will follow.
Tearfund is a relief and development agency and is a member of the Disasters and Emergencies Committee (DEC). Tearfund works to defeat disease, resolve economic injustice, restore the environment, tackle disasters and improve basic services.
We support Tearfund by responding to their emergency appeals and by participating in the Tearfund Big Quiz.
Watch this video from the Nadin's on how Covid-19 has affected Capricorn.
Clive, one of our members, is Deputy Principal at the Baptist Seminary in Uganda, and spends part of each year lecturing there.
Tom (son of our member Jon and wife Michelle) and his wife Nerys are in Thailand with United For Mission. They are both learning the language, and Nerys is a trauma counsellor and pastoral worker for the Tamar Centre, which helps women leaving prostitution to recover and train for other work. Tom is studying and hopes to work as a preacher and teacher in a church.
Rev Sue Steer is part of the Leicestershire Churches Together Pioneer Team and is the Pioneer Community Worker at the new Lubbesthorpe housing development.
Vicki is a former member of WBC. Vicki and Ashley live in Hertfordshire where they completed their studies at All Nations Christian College in 2019. They are seeking God’s direction for their future sphere of service.
Vicki is developing the theatre company Endeavour 831 which aims to highlight the issue of gender-based religious persecution. She also works as an administrator for Partners Relief and Development. Ashley is the premises officer at All Nations.
One of our members works for AWM in Loughborough. To receive their magazine visit the AWM website.
One of our members works for Gideons at Lutterworth. For more information visit the Gideons website.
Page last updated: 30 May 2020