We support a number of mission partners, locally, nationally and internationally.
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Local and City

Amber Chaplains promote women’s health and wellbeing, offering hope and helping women thrive, working with the most vulnerable in society.

Caraway is a Christian charity promoting the spiritual and well-being needs of the older person in Southampton.

Friends International work to see international students transformed by the good news of Jesus so that they fully engage with the mission of the church in the world.

Fusion strengthens the local church with the tools and
confidence to love, welcome and disciple students, beliving that every student should
have an opportunity to
find hope in Jesus and a home in the local church.

SCM work with churches across Southampton to join people together, see gaps when they arise, encourage networks of different groups, and help weave some of the different threads of God’s Kingdom together in our city.

Street Pastors is about Christians rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in practically responding to the problems of crime and safety.

National and Global

A Rocha is a global family of conservation organizations working together, in response to the worldwide crisis of biodiversity loss, to carry out community-based conservation projects.

In Goma, there is a huge need for peacemaking and to build up the body of Christ. Bishop Martin works with local people groups and denominations to help bring reconciliation and peace in the Anglican Diocese of Goma and beyond.

IFES is a movement of students sharing and living out the good news of Jesus Christ locally, nationally, and globally.

IJM partner with local justice systems around the world to build safe communities, where all are protected from violence and slavery.

David and Katya live and work in Central Ukraine developing many Jesus-centred projects alongside not-for-profit businesses since 2000.  Over the last two years, they have worked with displaced people, spreading the love of Jesus, including helping people suffering war trauma.

Open Doors supports the persectuted church by supplying Bibles, providing emergency relief and helping believers stand strong for the long-term. In the UK, they help the church to pray, give and speak out for those who share our faith but not our freedom.