Kay Street works around the world in partnership with:

Bible Society
Translating, printing and distributing God’s word, making it available, affordable and accessible.

Baptists Together
In the UK, Home Mission supports new churches and innovative projects as well as chaplaincies and regional ministers.

Tearfund
The Evangelical Alliance Relief Fund is working around the world bringing disaster relief and help and hope to the poor.


Baptist Missionary Society
Joe and Lois Ovenden working in Uganda. Lois as a speech therapist and Joe as a development worker.

Vision
Suzie Elkington working with the Vision Team in the Rossendale Valley in schools and from their own base for a positive change – including events and discipleship.

WEC International
With over 1,800 workers in around 90 countries WEC aims to cross cultures to make disciples and start churches where there are few. WEC wants to share the vision of the whole church, to the whole world, seeing Jesus, known, loved and worshipped across the globe.


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Farms Lanka
A micro development project in Sri Lanka enabling poorer people to improve their lives, over 600 projects funded.

Africa Inland Mission
We support a missionary working amongst tribes people in Mozambique.

Release International
Identifying with and supporting Christians who are persecuted for their faith.


New in 2017

Christian Against Poverty
Passionate about releasing people from a life sentence of poverty, debt, unemployment and addiction. Working with alongside the church to bring good news, hope and freedom to people in the UK.

Find out more >


Other organisations we support

The following organisations use our church facilities on a regular basis

Torch Trust
A Christian organisation with a worldwide vision for people with sight loss

Rossendale Memory Choir
A regular singing session for people living with memory problems and their carers