Representing God locally, nationally and globally, by participating in His mission through praying, giving and going.
As a Baptist Church committed to world mission, our primary partnership is with BMS World Mission. However we support mission in all its forms and we followed the Mission ACTS process to discern what our church’s role should be in the future. In the past mission teams have been to Albania and Ukraine while two of our church members, Malc and Sue White, felt called to become missionaries working in Guinebor II Hospital, Chad. We also support our Church Partner, Claire Bedford, who is a BMS worker based in Chad. Mission trips were put on hold due to the pandemic although we plan to start again next year.
Individual church members have worked in other countries such as Cambodia, Uganda, India, Myanmar, Thailand and Kenya plus we support around 60 different mission organisations within the fellowship.
Bluntisham Baptist Church is a member of the Cambridgeshire Baptist Missionary Fellowship (CBMF) and represented within the Eastern Baptist Association (EBA) and BMS.
If you are interested in either short or long term mission then please speak to Malcolm (or email him here) who will be happy to help you discover the opportunities in line with your calling.
The Mission ACTS process for World Mission is now completed and the full report may be found here and the subsequent World Mission Charter is available to read below.
One of our supported organisations is Armenian Ministries and we collect/deliver clothes on a regular basis plus help to load containers for shipping purposes. We also support Tools with a Mission (TWAM) and again we collect and deliver surplus tools to this international aid organisation.
Sam Seekings will be updating us on his recent trip to Cambodia on the 20th August, Michael Harrison from Armenian Ministries will be speaking at BBC on the 1st October and Claire Bedford will be speaking on the 8th October. This will coincide with the BMS Harvest Appeal “Days of Plenty”.