St Paul’s works in partnership with six organisations who help make Jesus known in ways and places that we cannot reach directly.

Individual members of the church family are strongly encouraged to get involved with at least one of our mission partners and consider supporting the Mission Partner Fund.

Urban Outreach run a wide range of social action programmes in Bolton including our local food bank which we collect food for in our Harvest celebration and with the weekly ‘grub tub’. There is also a small team of people from the church family to are engaged in practically enabling the work of the food bank. Find out more

Tearfund are a major international development and relief agency.  We channel our response to major humanitarian disasters through Tearfund who use the funds we give to enable local churches and other organisations in disaster areas to meet the needs of the victims. Find out more

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) provides planes to enable others to reach some of the world’s most remote communities with the love of Jesus. Their pilots and personnel deliver relief workers, doctors, pastors, school books, food, medicines and much more besides to people and places that can not be reached any other way.  Such is the need that a MAF plane takes off or lands every three minutes. Find out more

Inheritors is an organisation based in the slums of Nagpur, India which seeks to bring the good news of Jesus in practical ways to some of the poorest people in the world.  The team current run three large projects including Emmanuel school and through these projects they run programmes for women, mentor 60 families and educate 150 children.  Find our more

Urban Shift is an organisation that seeks to change the lives of young people in Bolton and South Africa by taking groups of young people from Bolton on short term mission trips to some of the poorest parts of South Africa where they work with a local long term partner.  Find out more

The most persecuted group of people in the world are Christians. Open Doors works in over 50 countries, supplying Bibles, leadership training, Bible-based literacy programmes and support for Christians suffering for their faith. By partnering with them we are encouraged to play our part: that means not only responding to the needs of the persecuted church, but also learning from their experience of what it means to follow Jesus.  Find out more