Deanery Uganda Link
Chippenham Deanery has a link with Mukono Diocese in Uganda.
Trips between our Deanery and the Diocese enable good relationships to be built up and learning for both sides.
The Ugandan churches are so full of life and joy and hope . Whenever our Ugandan brothers and sisters visit us, or a trip goes out from here we are encouraged and renewed in our faith.
Church Mission Society (CMS)
The Church Mission Society is a community of people in mission who want the world to know Jesus.
Our church, with others in Bristol Diocese, support CMS partners Jimmy and Katia Rocks in Brazil.
Our call: We are called to share the good news of Jesus and his kingdom, to make committed followers of Jesus and plant new churches that will impact the local community positively. We feel called to this with words, through demonstrations of the Holy Spirit’s power and serving the local community.
Our role: We are sharing Jesus with others, church planting and helping others to do the same.
The Genesis Trust has been working to alleviate poverty and hardship for local people in Bath since 1995.
We work with people struggling with everyday life – mainly as a result of homelessness, addiction, poverty or disability. We provide the practical support they need to get through today, and the emotional support to look forwards to tomorrow. We do this with compassion, skill and with an attitude of hospitality to all.
Many of our projects are volunteer run, and four are run by professional paid staff.
We have built a strong relationship with all the churches across Bath, and they help to support us financially and by providing the majority of our 700 volunteers. We also receive support and donations from the general public and local businesses and schools who appreciate the work we do in Bath. We are entirely self-funded, and receive no statutory funding or Lottery money.
The Pappa Fund
The Pappa Fund is a registered charity operating out of Marshfield, England; supporting welfare programmes on the island of Rameswaram.
Christians Against Poverty
Christians Against Poverty exist because nobody should be held hostage by debt and poverty. But the truth is that they are rife in the UK. In a society where people live behind closed doors, thousands are desperately poor. Unable to feed their children, incapable of paying to heat their homes in winter, the grip of poverty is relentless. It breaks families apart and drives many to think that suicide is the only solution.
We are passionate about releasing people in our nation from a life sentence of debt, poverty and their causes. Through our services, which are all run through local churches, we are tackling poverty head on. Our vision is to bring freedom and good news to people in every community through 1,000 CAP projects by 2021.
The Children’s Society
The Children’s Society a national charity that runs local projects, helping children and young people when they are at their most vulnerable, and have nowhere left to turn.
Christian Aid is an international development charity. We work with people, of all faiths and none, in around 50 countries, to eradicate poverty.
Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion is a UK charity providing lifelong support for the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, Reservists, veterans, and their families.
Send A Cow
Send A Cow gives direct, practical help to poor farmers in East Africa, by providing cows and other livestock, training in livestock rearing and organic farming.