Finally thank you all for your support, praying and giving to people in many nations whom you don’t know. Babies who survived birth in Afghanistan because you care. Refugees from conflict or natural disasters in Africa and the Middle East helped because you stopped to fill an envelope. You don’t know them, they don’t know you, but your heavenly father knows both receiver and giver.

Keep on loving one another as brothers and sisters. Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it. Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are ill-treated as if you yourselves were suffering. Hebrews 13 v 1-3


A big thank you from the 54 children in Moldova who will be opening your shoeboxes this Christmas. I pray that the children who receive them experience the same joy that you had carefully choosing what to put in them. As you say grace for your Christmas Dinner pray a blessing on ‘your child’. 


"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”. This was Jesus’ last command to those who followed Him. We, at Moreton Baptist Church seek our God given part in reaching every generation in every nation.

We reach out to young and old in our immediate area. We support local and national initiatives prayerfully, financially and practically as our members volunteer to work alongside them.


  • Two members Helen and Megumi Fazakerley are working in Malawi with S.I.M. at The Evangelical Bible College of Malawi. Helen works in ‘member care’ and Megumi lectures.
  •  We support The Baptist Missionary Society in prayer and financially  their Annual Projects, Afghanistan in 2018 and Sudan in 2019
  • We support Operation Christmas Child and Maritime Christian Ministries who visit ships from third world countries with gifts for sailors during December.
  • We support and encourage the persecuted church with prayer and  finance, holding inter-church meetings and by writing to prisoners of faith.
  • Some of our young people have travelled abroad to take part in short term mission events or as part of their university language courses. 

At home
Ministering in churches we have past members

  • Tom Cox a ‘minister of  Oadby Baptist Church, Leicestershire 
  • Jason Borlase, a Youth Minister at Hereford Baptist Church
  • Some of our young people take part in local mission events such as Love Wirral

 Other national bodies supported

Report form Graham December 2019

 Then one cold sailor visiting Liverpool from somewhere much warmer, perhaps Indonesia or the Philippines, will receive a lovely warm coat from a PrimeTimer no longer able to come to our meetings but has not forgotten the friendship found there. Many other sailors will gratefully receive parcels from representatives of The Maritime Christian Ministries who visit the ships throughout the years, parcels containing your gifts.​