Here are some sites that we think might interest you.  Of course we are not responsible for the contents or reliability of the linked websites and do not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them.  If you know of others we should include, then please let us know.

Some of the organisations and individuals that we support financially

  • Grace Baptist Mission.   Engaged in church planting and evangelism worldwide; one area of particular interest to us is its work of simplifying, translating and distributing helpful Christian classics.
  • Hope Community Church, an evangelical church in Covent Garden and Soho, London.
  • A former assistant pastor, Robin Asgher, is now leading a church planting work in Cranford, West London, where there is a large Asian community.
  • Caring for Life in Leeds, aims "to share the love of Jesus with homeless and needy young people by providing accommodation, on-going support and friendship; enabling them to develop dignity and self respect".
  • Christian Compassion Ministries.   A ministry of Cubao Reformed Baptist Church that seeks to help street children in Manila, Philippines.
  • An annual pastor's conference in Port Harcourt, Nigeria which is organised by Ani Ekpo, minister of the Reformed Baptirst Church in that city.
  • London Seminary   An evangelical college in North West London for the training of preachers and pastors.

Some like-minded churches


Organisations presenting a Biblical view of origins

  • Creation Ministries International publishes Creation, a bi-monthly magazine, and a more in-depth Journal of Creation. It has a mainly Australian outlook.
  • Answers in Genesis seeks to help the church "uphold the authority of the Bible from the very first verse". It is a US-based organisation with an informative and generally helpful web site. It publishes Answers, a quarterly magazine, that refutes evolution.
  • The Biblical Creation Society is another society that advances and defends the Biblical teaching on creation. The BCS journal is called Origins, which is published twice a year. This has more of a British focus.

Other helpful Christian sites

  • Grace Magazine is a monthly magazine that aims to be relevant and stimulating for "ordinary", thinking Christians. Although it mainly serves the Grace Baptist churches in the UK, the magazine also circulates to other like-minded churches here and overseas.
  • The Christian Institute exists to promote the Christian faith in the UK, and to advance Biblical thinking in society. Its campaigns involve research and publishing as well as briefing policy-makers, politicians and the media.
  • Affinity (formerly the British Evangelical Council) is a grouping of evangelical churches in Britain, to which the church is affiliated.
  • Several of our young people have enjoyed outdoor camps in Wales organised by Christian Camps in Wales.
  • GraceNet UK provides a single point of access to a wide variety of Reformed resources, including a directory of UK churches and organisations.
  • The Banner of Truth Trust publishes good historic Christian literature particularly of the Reformation and Puritan eras, as well as contemporary authors.  It also has a book fund designed to send English literature to ministers and missionaries around the world.
  • The Evangelical Library in north London contains a collection of Christian books ranging from the 17th Century to the present day.
  • Several of our members subscribe to the Evangelical Times.  This monthly newspaper contains Biblical teaching, articles about church history, and reviews of current religious trends.  It is also a useful source of news about missionaries and church-related issues.
  • The church meets with other churches who are committed to the doctrines of grace in the Grace Baptist Assembly.  This fellowship provides opportunities for sharing information, for consultation on a national level on issues of concern to the churches and for working together, especially in missionary and evangelistic work.

Sites of local and more general interest