Mission Partners


Around 17% of Broadmead Baptist Church’s income is used to assist Christian organisations, or individuals working with Christian organisations, in the UK and overseas. Financial assistance is also given to external agencies through special collections. We encourage members to engage with Christian organisations in a variety of ways including prayer support.
Individuals serving in Christian ministries who are members of the Broadmead family are usually cared for by Support Groups who keep in touch with them and regularly uphold them in prayer.

Key Partnerships:

          Members who serve in the UK include:


  •  Hearts Resounding Ministries aims to serve alongside others in the church, to continue the work Jesus began during His ministry on earth; To bring hope and healing to many who struggle to come into their destiny because of wounding, discouragement, fear or brokenness, and to train and equip others called to this ministry. We offer teaching, training and individual prayer ministry appointments.
  • The Notivate Trust provides educational and therapeutic music programmes for young people. It exists ‘to inspire, support and encourage children and young people through music, by providing them with teachers, resources and opportunities that enable them to explore, develop and achieve their God-given potential in a suitable environment with people they can trust.’
  • Ci2eye (Christian Initiatives in Early Years Education) was set up in 2003 by Ruth Andrews, wife of Brian Andrews, then Senior Pastor at Broadmead.  (Ruth was also responsible for setting up Samuels Christian Nursery in 1990.) Ci2eye is a UK-wide initiative for those working in early years education, seeking to inspire, encourage and develop this important work from a Christian perspective.

Local Partnerships:

          Local Christian agencies and organisations linked with Broadmead include:

Friendship International: Students & Hosts (FISH)

National Partnerships:

          National Christian agencies and organisations linked with Broadmead include:

  • The Baptist Union of Great Britain: Home Mission provides funding for the thirteen Baptist associations in Great Britain as well as for the national resource. It also awards £2m worth of grants to churches and church-related ministries. It is regarded as the ‘family purse’ of the Baptist Union. As a Baptist church within the Baptist Union of Great Britain, Broadmead is expected to support Home Mission so that the work and mission of all its churches can continue to grow and develop.
  • The Evangelical Alliance is the largest body serving evangelical Christians in the UK.  Membership includes denominations, churches, organisations and individuals. The Alliance speaks on behalf of its members and represents evangelical concerns to Government, the media and key decision-makers. By resourcing its members and encouraging Christians to engage in their communities as responsible citizens, the Alliance strives to make evangelical truths publicly accessible. Broadmead is a member of the Alliance and supports it financially.
  • Members of Broadmead also support Angel Tree, a ministry of the Prison Fellowship, that reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ. This unique programme gives our church the opportunity to share Christ’s love by helping to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners.

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