About Us

Carey Baptist Church is named after William Carey (1761-1834) who is often referred to as the father of modern missions, and so it is fitting that, as a church, we are committed to identifying, training, sending out, and supporting mission partners.

Over the years as a church we have sent out many members on both long-term and short-term mission assignments to various countries of the world, and to be involved in mission and evangelism in the UK.

We have a Mission Committee that exists to encourage awareness of, interest in, and support for mission within the congregation. This is done through a varied programme of mission meetings throughout the year and an annual Mission Sunday. The Mission Committee also co-ordinates personal, prayer, pastoral and practical support for the church’s mission partners.

Mission partners are allocated a link person or couple, whose role it is to ensure that the church is kept informed about the mission partner and, importantly, that the mission partner is kept informed about what is happening at Carey.

Our current mission partners are:

  • Robin & Muno Asgher

    Link Person: Chris & June Pritchett

    Robin is the pastor of Cranford Baptist Church near Heathrow. He is married to Muno and they have two children, Rohan and Myra. The church is in a predominantly Asian community. Robin is also a chaplain in two immigration centres.

  • David & Bertha Barnes

    Link Person: Mark & Maryalis Richardson

    David and Bertha are with UFM. David oversees theological training in centres around Peru, including Lima, the Amazon & The Andes. David is also involved in local church leadership.

  • Daniel and Ellie Caballero

    Link Person: Brian & Valerie Worsley

    Daniel is Peruvian, serving with Grace Baptist Mission and UFM. He is married to Ellie and they are now based in Cork. Daniel is developing his preaching ministry and oversees the translation of theological books into Spanish.

  • Paul Chatfield

    Link Person: Richard Webb

    Paul is the pastor of the International Church of Turin and is serving with UFM. Paul also has an ongoing apologetics ministry amongst students and others.

  • Malcolm & Juls Clegg

    Link Person: Katherine Hillcoat

    Malcolm and Juls have been involved in mission and ministry in eastern Europe with The Navigators for over 35 years.

    Malcolm coordinates Central Eurasian Partners (CEP), a network of indigenous mission-oriented ministries. Malcolm and Juls are also involved in discipleship and counselling, and they travel widely around the region from Kazakhstan and Ukraine in the east, to Bulgaria in the south.

  • Alison

    Link Person: Caroline Davies

    Alison is a GP working in Reading, who helps co-ordinate the medical outreach of OM India through clinics across India and nursing training in Hyderabad.

  • Lizzie White

    Link Person: Caroline Davies

    Lizzie is a water engineer working with a team from SIM in the Andes on various community projects. Lizzie oversees water-related projects in remote villages as part of the team’s gospel outreach.

  • Elinor Magowan

    Elinor is a Women’s Ministry Coordinator for the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC)

  • Charles and Lindsay Hart

    in North Carolina, USA

    Link Person: Graham Machin

    Charles is an Associate Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Mesa, Arizona.  After completing his theological studies at RTS Charlotte, Charles married Lindsay in 2020 and they are considering their future together in ministry and/or mission.

  • Michael and Steph

    Michael and Steph are serving with UFM in Eurasia in evangelism, apologetics, and psychological support to refugees.

Carey also provides regular financial support to:

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Carey also supports members in short-term mission. If you are a church member who is interested in short-term opportunities, please read our short-term mission policy which can be found in the members section.

 

Carey is an Open Doors partner church.  Open Doors works in over 60 countries, supplying Bibles, training church leaders, providing practical support and emergency relief, and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith.