Mission Partners

Christians Against Poverty

Working in our church, CAP offers free debt-counselling help to anyone locally. The CAP Debt Help Centre runs in partnership with our Rock Cafe, where people can access the services that CAP have to offer.

Scripture Union Northern Ireland

We have a long-standing relationship with SUNI. We offer both financial and practical support each year, through the local E3 Schools’ Worker and Summer Engage mission team.


Tearfund is a Christian international aid and development agency working globally to end poverty and injustice, and to restore dignity and hope in some of the world’s poorest communities.


Middle East Reformed Fellowship is engaged in encouraging and strengthening the Church throughout the Middle East, North and East Africa, as well as Indonesia and Pakistan.


Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centred organisation, composed of born-again believers, whose purpose is:

• To evangelise boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ
• To edify (disciple) them in the Word of God
• To establish them in a local church for Christian living


AsiaLink is a Christian mission agency connecting churches with ministry among the unreached peoples of Asia.



Gary and Mary work amongst the Maasai people in the Olkinyei area of Kenya with the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) as Project Coordinators. The area which they work in is the spiritual heartland of the Maasai people.

Burma (Myanmar)

In co-operation with AsiaLink, we support the work of the Myanmar Centre for Church Planting (MCCP) and Destiny Academy, an MCCP run primary school in the townships of Yangon. Given the current unrest there our ability to visit has stopped, but we still keep contact and help where possible.


A short summary of how we came to support mission work in Romania and Moldova.
Our former Minister Denis Bannerman met Beni and Maria about 1995 when they were at Bible College in Wales. They were our first contacts in Romania in 2000 and we supported members of their Church until 2010. We got to know Claire Bain, Linda Corry and Beni’s sister Ana during that time. By 2010 most family situations had changed so we could withdraw support without harming anyone.
After thought, prayer and meetings we agreed, in April 2010, to support the Virag family (Tibi and Angela, daughters Anita, Abigail and Annabella), the Babuta’s (Lica and Olimpia) and Ana in Romania and the Ciorna family (Nelu and Natasa, daughter Melissa and son Bogdan) in Moldova. All of these people live by faith depending on God to supply their needs as they work as full-time missionaries to children in their own countries.
Financial support is ongoing (£430 per month at present) thanks to a small number of dedicated donors in our Congregation.
Our prayer support has been their constant request over the years and now we would love you to join our “team”, but mainly praying in your own home.

For more information, see ameccef.com translate to English, contact Norman Mawhinney.


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56 Greystone Road
BT41 1JZ
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