Christian mission agencies offer expertise and connections that can help us to find out more about mission in theory and practice.
Representatives from the agencies also allow us to connect with people engaging in mission in the UK and around the world. We work with many agencies.
CMS describes itself as "a community of people in mission who want the world to know Jesus." For more information, visit their website.
"Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty." The official aid agency of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland says it "works in 37 countries, with people of all faiths and none, to stand up for dignity, equality and justice." Find out more.
The Congo Church Association exists to walk alongside and help the Eglise Anglicane du Congo (Anglican Church of Congo). It sponsors regular times of prayer, provides a forum for exchange of news, and gathers funds to support the mission and ministry of the Congolese church. For more information, visit their website.
Embrace the Middle East "supports our Christian partners in the Middle East as they work to transform lives and restore the dignity of the most excluded and marginalised in their communities... Ours is a vision of love in action. It is rooted in, and inspired by, Christ’s invitation to care for those most in need." Find out more.
"Latin Link is an international community with a calling to love and serve God and our neighbour. Most members of Latin Link work in Latin American countries; some work with Latin Americans in other parts of the world. Others go from Latin America to work in Europe and elsewhere." Find more information on Latin Link.
MANNA, a UK registered charity works with three Anglican dioceses, Lebombo and Niassa in Mozambique and Angola. The relationships between MANNA, the Bishops, and these churches are the cornerstones of our work. For more information, visit their website.
Working in over 200 ports worldwide, the Mission to Seafarers provides support to men and women working at sea, often in difficult and sometimes dangerous conditions. Through its ship visits, transport runs, seafarers centres, work for justice, and provision of chaplaincy and Christian materials and services, the Mission shows Christ's love. For more information, visit the Mission to Seafarers site.
"Mothers' Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide."
It is "working with people of all faiths and none in 83 countries to promote stable marriage, family life and the protection of children through praying, enabling and campaigning." For more information, visit the website.
Tearfund is "a Christian charity that partners with churches in more than 50 of the world’s poorest countries, [tackling] poverty through sustainable development, responding to disasters, and challenging injustice." See more information.
USPG is "a church-based charity working in direct partnership with Anglican Churches around the world." It was founded in 1701, and "for over 300 years we have been sharing God’s love through practical action, and seeing lives transformed." The society's goal is "to help more and more people ‘take hold of the life that is truly life" (1 Timothy 6:19).
USPG's programmes are run by local churches that are embedded in the communities they serve. For more information, visit the website.