We partner with several Christian groups in their mission through persistent prayer support, personal encouragement and generous giving.
We also continue to support some very specific work such as:-
The mission work that we currently support is…
Foodbanks partner with local communities to help stop UK hunger. They provide a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK. They are also working to provide a range of new services like money advice and Fuel Banks, helping people to break the cycle of poverty.
An inter-denominational Christian response to society’s problems, working in partnership with the Police & local Councils. Through practical care on the streets of our city, providing a listening ear, diffusing tension, liasing with emergency services, praying and helping, they make it a safer, better place to be.
An international ministry serving persecuted Christians and churches worldwide. They supply Bibles, leadership training, literacy programmes, livelihood support and advocacy services. They also seek to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland to serve Christians living under religious persecution.
We have personal contact with St. John’s Community Centre, a Christian community service organisation in Nairobi. They provide social welfare and psychological services, and aim to move the community members living in abject poverty towards economic sustainability, social and spiritual maturity. Our support includes child and teacher sponsorship.
Founded by Plymothians, this is a UK charity making a difference for families affected by disabilities in the Palestinian Territories. They aim to come alongside of families to befriend, encourage, train and provide support. They currently help a number of organisations providing day care and practical activities.
An organisation of Christians passionate about ending poverty. They are following Jesus where need is greatest, working through local churches to unlock people’s potential and helping them to discover that the answer to poverty is within themselves.