Missions

Southend Evangelical Church support the following missionary societies:

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The Bible Text Publicity Mission

Since 1922, btpm have been sharing the message of Jesus through adverts in public spaces across the globe. With over 4 billion people travelling on public transport in London each year alone, btpm partner with organisations to run campaigns through print and digital across all mediums to reach people where they are.

The Church’s Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ) started in the UK in 1809. Their work is across the UK,  and beyond with worldwide partners actively carrying out the ministry through every continent. They carry out their vision through three-fold ministry of Education, Evangelism and Encouragement

Compassion

A leading children’s charity, with a relentless passion to act on our compassion and empower every child left vulnerable by poverty. Their approach to fighting poverty is highly focused and personal. It’s summed up in three simple words: Compassion for children. For 66 years, they’ve been giving children the opportunity to escape the suffering and fear poverty brings. Working in partnership with local churches in developing countries, Compassion link a child in critical need with a sponsor. Each sponsor enables them to provide exceptional care for their sponsored child through every stage of their childhood. We are proud to support their work.

The Leprosy Mission – England and Wales

An international Christian development organisation that diagnoses, treats and offers specialist care, including reconstructive surgery, to leprosy patients. Their aim is to transform and empower the lives of people affected by leprosy.

London City Mission 

For 180 years, since 1835, London City mission have been sharing the good news of Jesus with London’s, least reached.

They work on the front line, taking the message of Jesus to London’s least reached. Their missionaries help churches to open new doors. London City Mission has an opportunity to serve God by seeking to extend the kingdom into the least reached parts of the city.

   Open Doors is an international ministry serving persecuted Christians and churches worldwide. Open Doors supply Bibles, leadership training, literacy programmes, livelihood support and advocacy services. They also seek to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland to serve Christians living under religious persecution

Slavic Gospel Association

The aim of SGA (UK) is to serve the Church among the Slavic nations of the world by assisting it to become fully equipped to fulfil the great commission of Jesus Christ, particularly among its own peoples.

The Trinitarian Bible Society was founded in 1831 with the principal aim of promoting the Glory of God and the Increase of His Kingdom through the circulation of Protestant or uncorrupted versions of the Word of God. Today, they still carry forward that vision, which is so well expressed in their motto, ‘The Word of God Among All Nations’.