The Gospel of Jesus Christ is so incredible, so transformative and so powerful that it cannot be hidden or contained – it MUST be shared with as many people as possible. Jesus Commanded His Disciples (that is, all who follow Him) after He had been Risen to New Life and just before He Ascended into Heaven to sit at the Right Hand of The Father, to –

‘”Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen’

– Matthew 28:19-20

Making Disciples includes all 3 of the above duties (“Going,” “baptizing,” and “teaching”) and this is what we aim to do at Castle Street Church, in our personal/professional lives and in whatever place The LORD has planted us. We also have the great joy & privilege to be a part of a wider Body of Christ whose parts are living and serving across the whole world and we want to support our fellow Members of Christ’s Body any way we can – through prayer & financial support of their good works.

Who We Support

UFM was founded in 1931 and specialises in Mission – sponsoring and supporting Missionaries around the World who are involved in many kinds of Outreach. We specifically support the Ministry of James & Julia McMaster who are working in County Mayo, Republic of Ireland. They are seconded to ‘Calvary Mission’, an Irish organisation which exists to facilitate Christian workers coming into the West of Ireland and through them, James serves as part of the Leadership of Calvary Church in Westport. He is involved in his Pastoral work of Preaching and Teaching The Word of God in Chapel but also in working with the Local Schools and community to teach the life-transforming Truths of God’s Word. Their aim is to see the church in Westport built up, and to see everyone in that area having the opportunity to hear the hope they have in Jesus.

Based in Gilwern outside Abergavenny on their own farm, Vision of Hope supports homeless and addicted people back to sobriety and independence through the life-changing power of The Gospel and Animal Assisted Therapy. They have supported over 7,000 people from their home on Wenault Farm.

The Christian Institute exists for “the furtherance and promotion of the Christian religion in the United Kingdom and elsewhere” and “the advancement of education”. They are committed to upholding the truths of the Bible (which they believe are inerrant and the supreme authority for all of life) and uphold the sanctity of life from conception. They produce public campaigns, supports Legal Cases and raise awareness of Issues that affect the Christian Church in The UK.

Middle East Reformed Fellowship is an Evangelical Christian missionary organization which serves in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia on behalf of Reformed and Presbyterian Family of Churches and believers worldwide. Our work is bearing fruit for the Kingdom of Christ among the twenty-two nations of the Arab League and other Muslim areas in Africa and Asia. MERF strengthens national churches with ministries of evangelism, church extension, biblical training, and diaconal aid.

Barnabas Aid is an international aid agency that aims to support Christian communities, churches and individuals around the world who face persecution and discrimination because of their faith.

Hope For the Valleys/Gobaith i’r Cymoedd is a Christian organisation based within the Heads of the Valleys area of Wales.  A number of local churches set up the charity and its mission of sharing the gospel message of Jesus Christ with the people of the valleys. They seek to engage with young people and their families by providing a wide-range of initiatives, from sports-based activities in the community, to providing services to local schools and churches.

For over 50 years, Samaritan’s Purse has done it’s utmost to follow Christ’s command by going to the aid of the world’s poor, sick, and suffering. They are an effective means of reaching hurting people in countries around the world with food, medicine, and other assistance in the Name of Jesus Christ. This, in turn, earns them a hearing for the Gospel, the Good News of eternal life through Jesus Christ. As their teams work in crisis areas of the world, people often ask, “Why did you come?” Their answer is always the same: “We have come to help you in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ.” Samaritan’s Purses’ ministry is all about Jesus—first, last, and always.

For over 170 years The Open-Air Mission has been going out onto the streets to bring the good news of Christ’s death and resurrection to those who may never otherwise hear it. OAM has a team of evangelists and associate workers who run regular open-air outreaches across the UK and further afield. They work with local churches to share the gospel in town centres, in schools, on beaches, at fairgrounds and in many other venues. They also seek to support and equip local churches in open-air evangelism.

Romanian Ministries’ primary Calling is to assist Christian workers as they serve the Lord in that country through various Missions, covering a wide area and helping to meet a vast number of needs. They provide Poverty Relief and a fully staffed Hospice, care for Orphaned Children in both a Boys and Girls’ Home, maintain a Prison Outreach, run Village Evangelism events bringing the hope of The Gospel to some of the poorest and remote people in Europe and are currently supporting Ukrainian War Widows who have taken refuge in the country, amongst a number of other important areas of service.