Worldwide Mission

As a church we are committed to the support of mission both in the UK and overseas both in terms of finance and prayer.  We set aside 10% of our total income to support them financially.

We support a number of agencies on a regular monthly basis and also emergency situations as they arise, such as the Tsunami appeal.  In addition we make appeals for particular organisations throughout the year.

Speakers from the organisations come to share their experience with us to help us to get a flavour of what their life is like and what their needs are.  Newsletters that we receive from individuals that we support are given to all the congregation to help us to be specific in our prayer.

Organisations that we currently supporting

Latest Mission News

  • Christingle Collection

    This year we raised £1,060 for The Children’s Society. A big thank you to everyone who made these services such a success.

  • Open Doors

    We raised £220 at the Open Doors Service last Sunday. Thank you so much – you were very generous. This will support the work that Ian and Julie are doing within Open Doors.
    The petition sheets that Open Doors will present to the Secretary General of the UN – ‘One Million Voices of Hope’ for the Middle East will be on the Welcome Desk in Church for you to sign. More information is available on the back of the sheets. Thank you again, Love Stephanie.

  • Calling all Knitters!

    South Africa was hit by severe flooding last week and a charity called “knit a square” is supplying blankets. If you can knit they are crying out for squares, they can be really simple ones as long as they are 8″ x 8″ (44 stitches on size 4mm/old size 8 and double knitting wool) no need to sew them together. Thanks Denise Sayles (if you need a pattern there are some at the Info Point).

  • Open Doors

    Thank you for the monies you put into the Open Doors jar at church. You helped raise £150 to bring hope and save persecuted families in Syria and Iraq by providing believers with Bibles, food and hygiene packs, and training courses for church leaders and trauma counsellors. You can read how we are helping our persecuted family in the letter on the notice board.

    Why not join us at our next prayer meeting – 10.30am in Ginny’s home on Saturday 5th November 2016. We would love to see you. Love Stephanie & Ginny.

  • Operation Christmas Child -Shoe Box Appeal

    Leaflets are available for collection at the Welcome Desk.If you would prefer to donate money or suitable new items for a shoe box to be made on your behalf please bring to either the Parish Rooms or Church.Please bring your completed shoe boxes to Church on either 30th October or 6th November.If you need any further information please speak to me. Thank you, Rachel Budby.

  • Open Doors

    When we next meet on Saturday 2nd July 2016 we will be hearing about life for the persecuted church in Yola, Northern Nigeria.We would love to see you at 10.30am in Ginny’s home. With our Love, Stephanie and Ginny.

  • Children’s Society Boxes

    Reminder: Please can you bring in your Children’s Society boxes to be emptied if you haven’t all ready done so to Rachel Budby or Denise Sayles. If you would like a box please let either of us know.


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