Fryerns Baptist Church believes in evangelism and fulfillment of the Great Commission. We support and pray for the following ministries in the bid to take the gospel to the ends of the earth:
Proclamation Institute Zambia is a Christian organisation that is committed to training preachers. This training is done within the cultural and cross-cultural context of the student. With the fast growth of the church in sub-Saharan Africa, faced with different facets of false teaching, the institution seeks to meet the need of trained preachers in a less expensive context thereby providing opportunity for many.
Grace Baptist Mission – GBM is a mission that started in 1861 currently working on four continents, in more than a dozen countries, in ministries of evangelism and church planting, training leaders, Bible translation, partnering with national pastors and churches, reaching the poor through holistic gospel mission, and connecting with a much larger audience through radio and literature. Read more here.
AsiaLink – a Christian mission agency connecting churches with ministry among the unreached peoples of Asia. Aiming to provide an efficient and effective avenue to partnering for the greatest possible impact. Read more here.
Christian Prison Resources aims to assist prisoners and detainees in HM Prisons, Young Offenders Institutions and Immigration Removal Centres to trust in Christ, deepen their Christian faith, and walk with Him in such a way that it causes all relationships to be profoundly changed for the better. This reflects the Bible’s teaching on relationships. A significant part of the ministry of CPR is also to assist Prison Chaplains in their work. Read more here.
News of events in the past:
- Fryerns Baptist Church on 12th October said farewell to church members Dr Robert and Glenys Winston as they move on to live in Kent.
- GBM Annual Meeting this year take place on Saturday 25 October 2014 at Friends House, Euston Road, London, from 11am to 6pm. The main preacher will be Sukesh Pabari.
- SAVED2SERVE Youth conference for 15-25years + A weekend (27th -29th March 2015) for Christian young peoplethat aims to take you out of your comfort zone and make you think about how you are serving God in your life. Speaker: David Hircock of Hayes Lane Baptist Church. Early booking discount if done prior to 31st December. Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: Saved2Serve
- Equipped Bible conference will take place on Saturday 27th June 2015. A conference to equip Christians from the Bible to serve God in an increasingly secular culture. Time: 10am- 4pm Venue: Eastgate Centre, Ebbsfleet. Bookings will be available when the website is launched in January 2015.