Church Plants

Broadcast is working with many church plants in different parts of the UK and across the world.

Below are a few of the church plants that we are actively working with.

To get involved in one of these church plants, either get in touch with the planters directly or send us an email to Broadcast and we can put you in touch with them.​

If you are interested in church planting somewhere else, we would love to hear from you and talk about how we can help!


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

Having planted Grace Church in Wolverhampton, we are now looking to plant out into other parts of the Black Country and we sense that planting into Walsall could be the next step.


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

Dresden is a beautiful city in Saxony where Eckstein Lighthouse church is being planted to reach students and young people. Over the last year, the church plant has grown to around 40 people and is looking to kick on and impact the city.


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

We are looking to see new churches started in all the villages of the Hope Valley. We will be gathering for training and prayer as we seek for what God will do in places such as Bamford, Bradwell, Castleton and Hathersage. 


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

The centre of Manchester is right at the heart of one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in the UK. It is a place with huge reach into communities of business professionals, edgy artists, and the poor and needy. Christ Church Manchester has a core team meeting weekly with a view to starting a new church site in the very centre of the city.


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

The Kingsway is one of the busiest thoroughfares of South Manchester, and this new site plant is right in the heart of this vibrant, suburban community. The plant launced Sunday meetings back in February 2016 and is serving the communities of Didsbury and Burnage.


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

Munich is one of Europe's premier cities and a group is gathering to plant a new church in the heart of the city. At the moment, a core group is meeting weekly and looking to grow and pioneer a church.


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

A growing church plant of around 40 people in Pontypridd and the A470 corridor has started an Eden project in the partnership with the message trust to impact this community of South Wales.


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

Having started in a home in 2015 out of Grace Church in Bromsgrove, Kings Church Redditch has gathered a core team and will be launching regular Sunday meetings in late 2016.  


Building Churches in Deprived Areas

Ross Community Church is a new church plant out of Christian Life Centre in Hereford, that are meeting regularly on Sundays in Ross-on-Wye and once a month hold a Messy Church meeting.