We believe that contributing financially to groups, communities, and situations beyond our own parish is very important. Therefore, as a church, we have agreed that at least 10% of our general income should be given to Christian work outside the parish, whether in the UK or further afield.
To apply for Mission funding, please fill in the form below:
Who We Currently Support
Crosslinks exists to help people get involved in God’s mission. Working with long-term partners, Crosslinks has workers in more than 35 countries worldwide who help indigenous workers run gospel projects in their home nations and provide bursaries to enable those in less well-off countries to study for ministry.
Tastelife was formed in 2014 with the aim of getting help for recovery from eating disorders to more people, more of the time. It was founded by Di Archer and Jean Hart, two mums who have both had daughters who had eating disorders. With a growing staff team, Tastelife is committed to changing the story of eating disorders for many sufferers and carers, and providing resources for both recovery and prevention.
Crossteach is an educational charity which has been teaching about the Christian faith in schools since 2001. They visit lots of different types of schools – primary and secondary, community and Church of England, private and state-funded, academy and maintained - and provide pupils with an opportunity to develop spiritually through understanding, engaging with and responding to the Christian faith
Kenilworth Youth for Christ (KYFC)
KYFC is all about seeing young peoples lives changed by Jesus. The KYFC Centre Director, Dave Boyle, is honoured and pumped to have been appointed. He is ready to push the boat out, dare to dream bigger and move forward. Let’s go!