Mission Project Grants


Mission Project Grants can be given in order to encourage and enable Baptist Churches to respond to the mission needs of their community as part of their ongoing work and ministry. They are one-off grants for new projects or new initiatives within existing projects. These projects must have a mission focus and in serving the community they should share the Good News of the Gospel.

Priority will be given to those which are innovative and creative evangelistic initiatives which will involve working with those who cannot yet be considered as disciples of Jesus Christ and/or enabling people to make a free and informed response to the invitation to faith and repentance.

Before completing the application form, you should contact your Regional Minister who will oversee and discuss both the project and the application.

Please see  Mission Project Grants Guidance Notes before completing the application form.

Applications for Mission Project Grants will be considered at any point in the year. The maximum amount payable for any one project is £3000 to help fund the start up costs of bespoke mission projects and special one-off mission events. Grants must normally be match funded by the church.

Mission Project Grants awarded in 2017

Hill Street Baptist Church Swadlincote showed God’s love to their community by partnering with 20 coaches from Houston and held the first ever UK Baseball Camp to show God’s love by having fun together and learning a new sport. To read the report click here

Ebenezer BC, Coalville have been awarded a Mission Project Grant to run an after school club at the local primary school whom they’ve been building connections with. To read the report click here

Thinking of starting a mission project?

  • Want to start a mission project, but need help with the start up costs? Click here for information about Cinnamon Network micro-grants and here to read about some of the projects they support. The Cinnamon link might also help inspire you to think about what might be possible