Christ Church is committed to supporting mission at home and overseas, working in partnership with five Mission Partners. We prayer regularly for each Mission Partner and each receives a monthly sum from a tithe (10% of our regular income, as agreed by the PCC). In 2018 we gave away over around £14,500. We support:
Paulin and Luli work in mission across Albania through the Albanian Christian Centre. We also support the 'New Beginnings Children's Home" in Tirana. For the latest news and how you can supprt, please visit the 'Vilajeti Christian Ministries' website at www.vilajetichristianministries.org
The Jubilee Society work among the poorest of the poor in Mongolia, helping to improve their health, education and food security. For the latest newsletter visit the Jubilee website www.jubileesocietyofmongolia.org
The London City Mission exists to serve the church of London in sharing the love of God and the good news of Jesus Christ with the least reached of London. They can be found on the toughest estates; in prisons running Bible groups; showing love and hospitality to immigrants; welcoming homeless people to their drop-in centres; helping people find Jesus where they are – in their communities, in their homes, on the streets. We particularly support the work of Jean-Louis Kassis. Click here to read his testimony. We support his work with Webber Street Homeless Centre and among the Lebanese community in London. For more information click the Logo below.
WYFC are passionate about making a real difference to the lives of children and young people. Their mission is to take and be good news, in relevant ways, to children and young people in the wider Wycombe area. A large proportion of their work is based within schools, alongside and supporting Children’s, Youth and Family Ministries in churches and town-wide events. For more information click the Logo below.
Our family working in East Africa
We also support:
Karuna Action: was founded in 1988 with a vision to meet the needs of the poor and the eradication of extreme poverty. This began in partnership with local churches in Sri Lanka. Since then they have grown and diversified their work, partnering with people and churches around the globe that have a vision to personally connect with the poor. They have supported hundreds of projects in 19 countries worldwide. They have a programme of education, health care, small business loans and child sponsorship. Our particular connection with them is through their sponsorship of children in Albania and Mongolia through two of our mission partners. For more information click the logo below:
Christian Aid: are committed to seeing a just world by working through local organisations to deliver direct, practical care to the poor and by campaigning to challenge the causes of poverty. In 2018 we raised £3,580. For more information click the logo below:
And we support Fairtrade, Lighthouse (a holiday club for children), One Can Trust (a High Wycombe-based food bank), Wycombe Homeless Connections and disaster and famine appeals through the 'Christ Church Relief Fund'.