Our Mission Partners

As a church we commit to giving at least 10% of church giving to mission activities in the UK and overseas. A sub-committee of the PCC oversees this giving each year. Each person on that committee acts as a link with certain mission partners and will be able to provide you with more information about their work.

Our current mission partners for 2024 are below, do look at their websites for the most up to date information.

Our mission partners

A Rocha UK 

A Rocha engages with communities in nature conservation, to think about their use of the environment & develop practical ways to care for people & the planet. They respond to the global crisis of biodiversity loss by carrying out community-based conservation projects.
St Paul’s is part of the Eco Church inniciative run by A Rocha and has the Bronze Eco Church Award.

Website: arocha.org.uk

Christians Against Poverty (New Malden & Kingston)

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is an award winning national charity passionate about lifting people out of debt and poverty. By working with local churches, running debt help services, money management and life skills courses, they seek to show people that there is always hope. The Kingston and Wimbledon Debt Centre based at St John’s New Malden helps those in our local area.

Website: sjnm.org/ christiansagainstpovertydebtcentre.htm or capuk.org

Hope Health Action

HHA bring the love of Christ and life-saving health and disability care to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable, especially in north Haiti, but now also in South Sudan. They also seek to change attitudes to the disabled and the poor.

Website: hopehealthaction.org


Insight has been sharing the good news of Jesus in local primary and secondary schools since 1988. They have a small employed team and many volunteers, taking lessons, leading assemblies, and running Bible clubs like Lighthouse at St Paul’s School.

Website: insightinkingston.com

Kingston Churches’ Action on Homelessness

KCAH support single people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. They offer advice, emergency food, clothing, toiletries, & temporary accommodation; and provide lasting solutions to restore self-esteem & confidence, helping people out of homelessness.

Website: kcah.org.uk

The Lunchbowl Network

Lunchbowl offers practical help to orphans & vulnerable children in Kibera, Nairobi—aiming to raise these children out of poverty through nutrition & education. They provide education, fund a dinner programme & food for a rugby academy, & run a child sponsorship programme.

Website: lunchbowl.org

Middle East Media

MEM is a Christian organisation producing media and empowering other content creators to move the people of the Middle East towards life-transforming faith in Jesus Christ. Their highly experienced teams of local believers produce and distribute creative and culturally-relevant media content that displays the love, hope and light of Christ.

Website: mem.org/memuk

Open Doors

Open Doors serves millions of Christians in 60 countries, working with local partners to supply Bibles, leadership training, literacy programs, livelihood support and advocacy services. The ministry began in 1955 and has continued to develop and thrive. OpenDoorsuk.org

Website: opendoorsuk.org


Oxygen supports young people in and around Kingston who are struggling to discover identity, skills and purpose, seeking to show these young people that they are valued, loved and supported. They also oversee Kingston Street Pastors.

Website: oxygen-online.org

Paul & Helen Hutchinson & WEC

Paul & Helen lead WEC’s cross-cultural work in the UK, overseeing various teams who share the love of Jesus with people from non British backgrounds, including people who settled here decades ago & new immigrants, asylum seekers & refugees.

Website: wec-uk.org

Sam & Abbie Baguma & Mission Aviation Fellowship

Sam is head of MAF’s operations in Uganda, where MAF planes fly aircraft to inaccessible areas to reach out to people in need, to support water and medical projects, mission outreach, Bible translation and development initiatives.

Website: maf-uganda.org


Tearfund is a Christian charity working to alleviate poverty and transform and empower communities around the world, in partnership with local churches. And they respond to disasters. Some of our church members, including Grace Gardner, Sarah Jarvis and Vicky Rolfe work for Tearfund.

Website: tearfund.org