The agencies listed here are not partners of iMAP but through assocaition and common links to many agencies they may be of interest to you.
AWM MOBILISES TEAMS TO GLORIFY GOD AMONG UNREACHED PEOPLES OF THE ARAB WORLD BY INITIATING CHURCH-PLANTING MOVEMENTS IN PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL CHURCHES
Aontas (formerly known as the Association of Irish Evangelical Churches) is a partnership of Bible-centred churches, organizations, and individuals who have come together to co-operate in advancing the Gospel of Christ in Ireland.
Evangelical Alliance Ireland serve individuals and churches in Ireland who share our distinctive beliefs, in cooperation between Evangelicals from a wide range of congregations, movements and denominations.
BANGOR WORLDWIDE MISSIONARY CONVENTION
Unique is probably the best word to describe the Bangor Worldwide Missionary Convention. As far as is known, there is no other Convention quite like it in the United Kingdom.
With over 300 members Global Connections is a growing, vibrant network of UK agencies, churches, colleges and support services linked together for resources, learning and representation. Together, we seek to serve, equip and develop churches in their mission in order to fulfil our shared vision of 'mission at the heart of the church, the church at the heart of mission'. Our members include organisations of all sizes, working in countries all over the world and with a wide variety of projects including education, relief and development, humanitarian projects as well as establishing new churches.
Upbeat and uplifting, entertaining and inspirational, Spirit Radio plays the best contemporary Christian music – plus a selection of positive mainstream hits.
Spirit Radio aims to reach across all religious and denominational boundaries in Ireland creating a positive and uplifting attitude across community divides through careful selection of our religious and secular music and talk programming.
Mission Agencies Partnership consists of 50 mission agencies based in Northern Ireland.
At the heart of this partnership is the strong belief that by working together with the local church we can be more effective in “inspiring, mobilising and equipping people for mission”.
Since 1906 we have provided advice, inspiration and practical tools to make it simple for people to give and receive tax effectively.
Calvary Chapel Bible College was founded in 1975 as a short, intensive Bible study program. It was developed as a part of Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa’s overall vision to equip the people of God for His service. Throughout its history, CCBC has remained true to its initial vision: to be a place where committed Christians can learn the Word of God, draw closer to Jesus, and be equipped to serve Him.
Church in Chains is an independent Irish-based charity (CHY 15443) which encourages Irish Christians to pray and act in support of persecuted Christians worldwide, with a special focus on CHINA, EGYPT, ERITREA, INDIA, IRAN, NIGERIA, NORTH KOREA, PAKISTAN, TURKEY and UZBEKISTAN.
What is the Outreach Fund?
YWCA Ireland seeks to empower women in Ireland to be engaged, connected and transformed and to lead and affect change through Christ.
The Outreach Fund exists to partially support individuals who are reaching out to show God’s love, by serving others close to home or further afield.
Calvary Mission is a network of Christians working together
to establish Bible-centred churches in the West of Ireland.
We are currently working in towns across Mayo and Roscommon.
To find out more, please browse the brochure below or email us: info at calvarymission.ie.
Bible Centred Ministries International is a global non-denominational ministry dedicated to reaching children and developing churches worldwide. BCM has more than 700 missionaries serving in over 50 countries across five continents as well as islands in the Pacific and Caribbean. We are committed to making disciples of all age groups for the Lord Jesus Christ through evangelism, teaching and training so that churches are established and the Church strengthened.