Kidlington Baptist Church are involved with the following organisations in various ways:
As a leading Christian mission organisation BMS World Mission aims to share life in all its fullness with the world's peoples by:
ENABLING THEM TO KNOW CHRIST
ALLEVIATING SUFFERING AND INJUSTICE
IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE
With people as their primary agent of change - motivating, training, sending and resourcing them.
Compassion is a leading children’s charity. At our heart is a relentless passion to act on our compassion and empower every child left vulnerable by poverty. Our approach to fighting poverty is highly focused and personal. It’s summed up in three simple words: Compassion for children. For 66 years, we’ve been giving children the opportunity to escape the suffering and fear poverty brings.
The Evangelical Alliance exists to unite the Church in mission and in voice. For more than 170 years, they have been bringing Christians together to share Jesus and to speak up in society. KBC is an Evangelical Alliance member church.
Christian Aid is an agency of the churches in the UK and Ireland. We work wherever the need is greatest - irrespective of religion or race.
Because we believe in strengthening people to find their own solutions to the problems they face, we support local organisations, which are best placed to understand local needs. We also give help on the ground through 16 overseas offices.
We strive for a new world transformed by an end to poverty and we campaign to change the rules that keep people poor.
Why Christians in Science? Science and religious faith are two of the most powerful influences on our culture today . The relationship between them is key to some of the big questions of life, but many think that science conflicts with belief in God. Even some within the Christian Church see science as a threat, undermining faith. By contrast, at Christians in Science (CiS) we believe that science actually enhances our faith in God. We are passionate about correcting the view that such a conflict exists. It is widely acknowledged, by historians, that modern science was nurtured and encouraged by a Christian worldview. Many of the pioneering figures in science believed in God and this tradition continues today. We aim to support the faith of Christians working in science and scientists in churches. By helping the Church present its message, CiS can become a church’s partner in mission to a sceptical world.
Link to Hope’s aim is to combat poverty and give humanitarian aid and has special concern for the most disadvantaged. The poorest – especially people struggling to survive in poor villages that lack basic amenities. Most vulnerable – especially children and the most marginalised. Most exploited – the families and individuals who are at the mercy of authorities and circumstances that they have no control over Link to Hope’s vision is that one day every person in Eastern Europe will have a safe environment to live in and access to basic healthcare, human rights, employment and education.