We are concerned about the created world and our role as stewards of God’s creation.
As a church, we have various activities to engage with the local community. For example, we are involved in a local Food Bank and we’re now offering coffees at the local RAOB Charity Shop. Often these activities are initiated and run by members, but we are also keen to engage with partners to help where we can. Please let us know if you have an idea where we can help, by emailing us using the email address listed on the ‘Contact Us‘ page.
In addition to financially supporting the church (through offerings collected during the services or by direct debit), we also support a number of charities. We list here some of the charities that we support either as a church or as individuals:
- Framework (http://www.frameworkha.org/) – a local organisation which supports the homeless and the socially needy.
- Tearfund (www.tearfund.org) – a UK Christian relief and development agency which works in over 50 countries.
- Christian Aid (www.christianaid.org.uk) – an international development charity.
- MHA (www.mha.org.uk) – a charity providing care, accommodation and support services for older people throughout Britain.
- Bible Society (www.biblesociety.org.uk) – a non-denominational Christian Bible Society whose purpose is to make the Bible available throughout the world.
- Centrepoint (www.centrepointroom.org.uk) – a UK charity for homeless young people, supporting 16 -25 years olds with housing, learning, health and life skills.
- International Justice Mission (www.ijm.org) – a human rights organization that operates in countries all over the world to rescue victims of individual human rights abuse.
- The Leprosy Mission (www.leprosymission.org.uk/) – an international Christian development organisation that diagnoses, treats, and offers specialist care to leprosy patients.