North Wales needs the gospel and the wider church needs North Wales, so I am thrilled to see the launch of this vital new initiative. This part of the world has been a spiritual powerhouse in the past and we trust and pray that in God’s goodness, and through the work of the gospel in his people, it will become so again.

Sam Allberry

Apologist, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries; consulting editor, the Gospel Coalition; speaker and author.

The narrative we hear about Christianity in Wales today is mostly one of decline, and many towns and hundreds of villages in the North do not have a single evangelical church. So it is a wonderful encouragement to hear about the desire of REACH to see vibrant gospel churches planted in these areas of North Wales. The good news of the gospel is true, and I pray that thousands of lost people will come to hear this truth through the work of these new churches across North Wales.

Rhun Murphy

Pastor of Pen y Bryn Welsh Baptist Chapel and Waleswide area leader for North Wales.

I am delighted to hear of this initiative to reach more of the people of North Wales with the Gospel. It is deeply encouraging to see churches ‘striving side by side’ for the advance of the Gospel in the region and I trust that many individuals and churches will seek to join in this work.

Rev. William Taylor
Rector, St Helen’s Bishopsgate, London

Gospel partnerships have been a blessing throughout the UK spurring the spread of the gospel and providing needed encouragement to sustain those in gospel ministry. It is exciting to see the development of Reach North Wales, may it be the means of making and maturing many disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Paul Rees

Lead Pastor of Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh