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.

Our current mission partners are below, where possible with their most recent updates.

Our mission partners

Christians Against Poverty (New Malden and Kingston)

CAP started in 1996 in Bradford. They are passionate about lifting people out of debt & poverty and do this through their debt help service, money management & life skills courses. The New Malden & Kingston Debt Centre helps those in our local area.

Website: capuk.org

Recent update: CAP May 2020 newsletter

Christian Solidarity Worldwide

CSW works in over 20 countries across Asia, Africa, the Middle East & Latin America, defending everyone’s right to freedom of religion or belief. They are a Christian organisation working through advocacy & human rights, in the pursuit of justice.

Website: csw.org.uk

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

Recent update: HHA Spring 2020 newsletter

Insight

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 JC Club at St Paul’s School.

Website: insightinkingston.com

Joel Community Services

Joel was set up by Rev Peter Holmes in 2010 to build a permanent night shelter and transitional accommodation, based at St Peter’s, Norbiton. The centre is now run by Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness (KCAH) enabling them to expand the support they provide to those facing homelessness

Website: joelcommunity.org

Recent update: Joel News June 2020

Kingston Churches’ Action on Homelessness

KCAH support single people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, offering advice, emergency food, clothing & toiletries, and temporary accommodation or a referral to the YMCA or Joel.

Website: kcah.org.uk

Recent update: KCAH April 2020 newsletter

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

Recent update: Lunchbowl May 2020 prayer letter

Oxygen

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

Recent update: Oxygen – July 2020

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

Recent update: Huntchinson update June 2020

Sam 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

Recent update: Baguma family update July 2020

Tearfund

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: www.tearfund.org