Partnering with others
As a church in Coventry we have a big mission but we also believe it is right to support those with a specialist mission in the local area and those who are working in other countries where local support for mission is not available. This section of the website shows the organisations we support as a church both with finance and prayer. Many individuals within our community support other organisations as well.
Links on this page are to external sites.
Coventry City Mission
Coventry City Mission is a registered Christian charity established in 1983. The Mission is based at Deedmore Christian Centre, Deedmore Road, next door to Eburne School in the North-East of Coventry
CCM is committed to serving the whole community by responding to identified needs, whether they be spiritual, physical, emotional or practical, regardless of age, status or background.
Coventry YFC has been operating in the city since the 1960s (and possibly before) and exists to “take good news relevantly to every young person in Coventry”. As a church we have had varying levels of involvement in its work and continue to support them.
The Light House
The Light House (Christian Care Ministry) Trust is a professional counselling service to men and women of any age or race, irrespective of their personal beliefs.
The church has financial supported the ministry since its founding in 1986 and several members have been and are involved in the work.
Mission Aviation Fellowship
MAF is a Christian organisation operating more than 130 aircraft in around 25 countries in the developing world. Flying across hostile environments, they reach the world’s most isolated people.
MAF works in close partnership with over 1,000 missions, providing flights and logistical support for their outreach to communities in developing nations
The African Pastors’ Fellowship is an interdenominational fellowship of churches and individuals concerned for the growth of the Christian Church in Africa. It seeks to help through enabling and servicing pastors and their spouses to be more effective in their ministry. With the support of Christians in the UK, they provide local training courses, related literature in relevant languages and basic equipment for ministry such as books and bicycles. They aim to motivate indigenous church to provide essential welfare and support for all pastors
BMS World Mission is a Christian mission organisation, working in around 40 countries on four continents. BMS believes in holistic mission, an approach that stays true to the Christian call to evangelisation without neglecting the duty to take care of the physical needs of the poor. We have on several occasions been a BMS Action Team Training Church.
Baptist Home Mission
Home Mission is all about helping Baptist churches and individuals to reach their mission potential and bring the love of God to their communities. It is the Baptist family purse, and each year our Union has an appeal to raise money for Home Mission. The money raised funds:
Grants to local churches. These 200+ grants include church planting, renewing local churches and mission project grants. Through Home Mission hundreds of lives have been affected and many have found faith in Jesus.
Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.
Queen's Road supports the work of Christian Aid particularly through Christian Aid week. During times of world disasters the church has an emergency appeal which is often channeled through Christian Aid.
....is an organisation serving persecuted Christians around the world by providing vital support, delivering resources and providing training. It grew out of the amazing mission of a Dutchman, Andrew van der Bijl, better known as 'Brother Andrew' - smuggling Bibles to Christians behind the Iron Curtain from the mid 1950s. Open Doors publishes an annual World Watch List which ranks countries by the severity of persecution faced by active Christians. We(QRBC) began supporting them as a church in 2022.
The church has developed links with Baptists in Uganda over a number of years with visits in both directions being undertaken. We hope this will be a long standing and productive relationship between ourselves and the churches of the Kyenjojo Baptist Association.