At Hadleigh Baptist Church we support various charities and individuals locally, nationally and internationally in giving away a minimum of 10% of our annual income. These are the main projects and people that we are currently supporting:

India Hope (GTSSS)

India Hope was founded by Jacob Marineni, a native Indian brother. At the age of eight, Jesus raised him from the point of death and saved him. Currently, Jacob lives and ministers in India in full-time mission work.

India Hope is the UK charity of Gospel for Tribals Social Service Society (GTSSS) and it is dedicated to sharing the hope of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and His love through practical ways to help those most in need.

India Hope is engaged in many activities including planting Churches, operating Bible Colleges, educating and housing orphans and handicapped children, providing a home for the aged and the poorest, providing medical care for lepers, conducting free medical clinics, drilling water wells, offering vocational training and performing other humanitarian services as the Lord opens doors.

To find out more about what they do, please visit their website.


Proclamation Church, Brazil

Jonathan, Ruth and Izaías de Assis

After beginning Mission Life and Hope Restored in Belo Horizonte they are now establishing Proclamation Church in Cariré in Ceará State in the northeast of Brazil. The Church is about to build a community centre.

For the latest from Brazil and Jonathan in his studies at Hillsong College, Sydney in Australia, take a look at their most recent newsletter below.

Newsletters:


Paul & Jane Buss

Paul Buss is a member of our Church who is currently at Moorlands College where he is studying for a degree in Theology. This is a full-time course over three years, with Paul travelling to the College for seven block weeks of study and also spending some time here in the other weeks on Church placement.

Why a Degree and Why Now?

During the first half of 2018, we both felt discouraged by a few different things that were going on around us. Despite feeling a bit low and empty the Lord encouraged us both to keep ministering and to not give up on opportunities that came along, this ended in a period of real blessing and direction in various ways. By the time July 2018 came along, we both felt the Lord’s calling to Bible College. At the end of August 2018, Paul had applied for a place and despite continual obstacles, the Lord made it possible to start September.

The Future?

We have possible thoughts about what may lie ahead, but they are only our thoughts. We are open to whatever God may ask us to do in the future.


Families in Need (FIND)

FIND is a Christian-based registered charity that was founded in 1990    to provide emergency assistance to families or individuals affected by poverty or dispossession. FIND befriends without judging and gives support to those in need.

To find out more about what they do, please visit their website.


Town Pastors, Ipswich & Sudbury

As Christians, Town Pastors help and show concern to anyone who needs assistance when they are out in the evening. They are independent of the police but are supported by the Night Safe Partnership and contribute to the safety of everyone who is out in town seeking to be a positive influence.

Its main aim is simply to serve people, regardless of their faith or background, showing concern and offering practical help in a non-judgemental and unconditional way.

To find out more about what they do, please visit their website.


Talitha Koum, Ipswich

TK is an Ipswich based charity whose mission is to reach out with love, compassion and practical support to women struggling with addictions. They have established a support group in Ipswich called “Women Together” that offers support and hope for women whose lives have been affected by addiction.

To find out more about what they do, please visit their website.


Grace Baptist Mission (GBM)

Grace Baptist Mission is a church-based mission, helping Grace Baptist churches to support and care for their missionaries worldwide.

To find out more about what they do, please visit their website.


The Fellowship of Independent Churches (FIEC)

The Fellowship of Independent Churches (FIEC) works for the benefit of local churches in five specific areas: National issues, vision and representation; Pastoral care of churches and those who serve them; Practical support and advice; Training for different types of Christian service and Mission strategy in the UK and further afield.

To find out more about what they do, please visit their website.