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Mission Partners

We are committed to supporting mission beyond Clevedon into our region, nation and nations of the world. One of the ways we do this is through supporting BMS World Mission and WEBA Home Mission.

Judy Cook


We support Judy Cook serving with BMS World Mission. Judy is based in Chiang Mai, in the north west of Thailand, where she works in several contexts with different marginalised groups of people. Judy helped to set up and run Hope Home, a home for children with severe disabilities, and has also helped at Agape Home for children and parents living with AIDS. She also works with The Church of Christ in Thailand AIDS Ministry (CAM). Judy attends a Thai church and encourages the members to enjoy spending time with disabled children. Read Judy's latest update.

Joy Ransom


Joy is working in Nepal with Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC)'s teacher training programme (EQUIP), training local teachers in rural, remote areas of Nepal. Joy previously served with BMS in Nepal for seven years, from 1989-1996, and returned as a volunteer in 2015. For the past 19 years Joy has worked as a teacher in Scotland, but returned to Nepal in 2019 to serve long-term. Joy's home church is Dumfries Baptist Church, and she has one daughter, Bethany. Read Joy's latest update.

Jane Edwards


Jane has been working with BMS World Mission in Mozambique since May 2017. Using her legal skills, Jane is working to help the most marginalised gain access to justice in partnership with AMAC – the Association of Mozambican Christian Lawyers. Prior to her overseas service, Jane lived in Bournemouth for five years. Her home church is Lansdowne Church. Read Jane's latest update.

Albania Church Partnership


We partner with Agape Yzberisht church in Tirana, Albania. Teams from CBC have visited the church and our aim is to share resources and pray for each other.

Welcome Churches

As a church we have recently become part of the Welcome Churches Network, as we are committed to welcoming refugees. This means that refugees and asylum seekers will be able to find us as a church and we can welcome them into our community. We are ready to welcome refugees from Hong Kong, Syria, Afghanistan, and Ukraine. Several of our members are also part of the Clevedon Churches Refugee Support Group.