The Bell Tower was launched in 2014 with the vision of creating a safe place for young people, after extensive reasearch carried out in local schools showed a lack in daily after school youth provision since previous government funded youth centres had to close due to cutbacks to the statutory youth services. https://www.belltowerchi.uk
Brass Tacks' mission is to relieve missionaries and full-time Christian workers of their maintenance, mechanical and building work.
Brass Tacks is a registered charity whose primary aim is to provide practical help such as manpower and expertise to those involved in Christian mission. We have been in operation since 1986 and have worked on over 150 projects mainly in Europe and Sub-Sahara Africa.
Our projects have including the construction, repair and maintenance (building, bricklaying, carpentry, electrical work, plumbing, plastering, painting, etc.) of churches, schools, hospitals, training centres and houses.
Besides using those with demonstrated skills, we have benefitted from help from people who have a willing hand and are happy to learn under supervision. www.brass-tacks.org.uk
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) provides free debt help and local community groups across the UK. Our free services, run with local churches, provide practical and emotional support and show people that there is always hope. www.capuk.org
Counties makes Jesus known across the UK through the work of our national network of evangelists, innovative schools’ resources, pioneering church planters and professional training opportunities. www.countiesuk.org The Life exhibition is a multi-media experience designed for primary school children which complements and works alongside existing RE teaching www.countiesuk.org/schools-work/life-exhibition/schools
Coming Together and Embracing Change
Echoes International is the result of a unique opportunity provided by God to join together Interlink and Echoes of Service, enabling us to bring a new energy to mission.
The combined heritage of over 140 years in supporting mission service and established links with churches and individuals means we can connect more people with the needs of mission today.
Our Role in Shaping the Future
We are committed to challenging the preconceptions and barriers that exist within the world of mission. There is a broad range of opportunities to get involved with, from short to long term, at home and abroad, as well as additional ways of supporting those in mission service. Together we can all experience the positive changes and lasting legacies of God’s Word and work. www.echoesinternational.org.uk
Feba works with partners and communitiesacross Africa, Asia and the Middle Eastto transform lives using life-giving media.
The creative use of radio and other audio media,to inspire people to follow Jesus Christ. www.feba.org.uk
Food Bank (Chichester)
Our foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area. https://www.chichesterdistrict.foodbank.org.uk
Is a charity offering support to people of all ages, genders and backgrounds who have had an unwanted sexual experience. www.lifecentre.uk.com
MAF is a family of organizations led by people in countries around the world who have a similar vision of taking Christ’s love into the most remote places on earth. MAF-US collaborates with our sister organizations to meet spiritual and physical needs in 37 different countries. Collectively, our fleet of 135 airplanes serves some 1,500 non-profit, churches, and humanitarian organizations.
To find out more about MAF International (MAF-I) and individual members. visit www.mafint.org
Pioneers mobilises teams to glorify God among unreached people groups by initiating church planting movements in partnership with local churches. visit www.pioneers-uk.org
Sussex Gospel Partnership
A Partnership of Bible-centred churches in Sussex working together to train leaders, strengthen and plant churches, and advance the gospel.
Inspired by the development of a partnership of churches in the North West of England, a group of 20 Anglican and Free Church leaders from across Sussex launched the Sussex Gospel Partnership in 2007.
Since then the Partnership has grown to include more than 70 Churches and Individual Ministers with a shared vision of Bible-centred churches working together to strengthen and expand gospel ministry. The Sussex Gospel Partnership is now part of a growing network ofgospel partnershipsaround the country www.sussexgospelpartnership.org.uk