Our Missionary Partners

Our Missionary Partners

St Andrew’s church has strong ties with missionary societies globally, through friendship, financial support, and prayer. The church has chosen a few of these societies as Mission Partners, which we support regularly as a church. This includes praying for them, sharing their updates and providing both financial and practical support. Our current Mission Partners are engaged in various activities such as Bible-based witness, evangelism, teaching, translation and practical relief work, both at home and abroad, are listed below.

Wycliffe Bible Translators

“Wycliffe’s vision, in partnership with our supporters, is that everyone will have access to God’s word in the language that speaks to them best. The Bible changes lives – and so does the work of translating the Bible.”

OMF (Levi Booth in Japan)

“We serve the church and seek to bring the gospel to all the peoples of East Asia. Our work is as diverse as the places and people we work in and amongst. From church planting to missional business, student work to medical practice, we aim to present the gospel, in a culturally relevant way, through word and deed.”

Church Mission Society

“Our vision is to see all God’s people engaged in God’s mission, bringing challenge, change, hope and freedom to the world.”


“Crosslinks exists to help people get involved in God’s mission. We believe every Christian has a part to play in God’s plan for the world.”

Mission Aviation Fellowship (The Parker Family based in Uganda)

“For 75 years, MAF has been flying light aircraft over jungles, mountains, swamps and deserts. We enable more than 2,000 aid, development and mission organisations to bring medical care, emergency relief, long-term development and Christian hope to thousands of communities.”


“Tearfund is a Christian charity which partners with churches in more than 50 of the world’s poorest countries. We tackle poverty and injustice through sustainable development, by responding to disasters and challenging injustice. We believe an end to extreme poverty is possible.”

UCCF (Joey Kirkham)

“Christian Unions are mission teams that operate at the heart of university and college campuses. They are led by students, resourced by Christian Union Staff Workers and supported by the local church. Together, we are reaching students for Jesus.”

Christians in Schools

“The aim of Christians in Schools is to provide an understanding of the meaning of Christianity in interesting, relevant and age-appropriate ways. Through the RE lessons, assemblies and projects offered, children and young people have the opportunity to meet people for whom the Christian faith is a real and integral part of their lives.”

The Message Trust


“From Christian schools work to Christian Youth resources – The Message is a UK charity that encourages local Christian mission and evangelism training.”


“Barnabus is at heart a Christian charity. We want to share God’s love by giving hope and support to those who really need it.””We believe that everybody has the right to live in their own home, the right to have friends and family who care, and the right to have a purpose in life.”

The Boaz Trust

“The Boaz Trust works to end destitution amongst asylum seekers and refugees in Greater Manchester by providing safe accommodation and holistic support.”

CTCH - Churches Together in Cheadle Hulme

“Churches Together in Cheadle Hulme (CTCH) are a collective of nine Christian churches who collaborate together to serve our community and support each other in faith.  We believe we achieve more together; less apart. Both the clergy and laity are actively involved..”