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Mission partners

“…to the ends of the earth.”

The Globe Church has a vision to be a generous church. We don’t exist to build a name for ourselves, but to be part of God’s wider church to make Christ known. God’s generosity in Christ drives us to want to be generous in prayer, with our people, and any other resources that can serve the wider church. Part of this generosity is having mission partners that we are committed to serving, giving to and praying for. You can read more about them below.

Photo above from a trip to Castres, France to help redecorate their building.


Alongside partnerships with churches across the UK through our affiliation with the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) and Co-Mission we share a close link with two churches in our local community.

Hope Church, Vauxhall

In September 2018 a small team from The Globe Church went to plant a church in Vauxhall Gardens Estate…

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Stockwell Baptist Church

Stockwell Baptist Church is a local FIEC church. We have in the past joined together for services and aim to be gospel partners that pray for one another.

Find out more about Stockwell Baptist Church:

Castres, France

It is a joy to partner with other churches not just locally but on a global scale. We have been honoured to be able to serve and be served by our church partner, Equithéo, in Castres (near Toulouse). Equitheo is a small church that we have been growing a partnership with since 2019.

On the blog, Joe explores more about the partnership: Partnering with Castres.

South East Asia

South East Asia is a part of the world The Globe Church deeply cares about. We have sent and support a family to a country there where the church is small but growing and the need to plant and develop churches is big. They are partnering with local churches to train leaders, develop mission vision, and pray for movements of church planting amongst East Asia’s least reached.

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