Christian Aid Week
12 to 18 May
All mums should live....
Your help is needed!
Our house-to-house envelope collections are where our volunteer effort is most productive at raising money from the community.
If you haven't helped as a house-to-house collector before please consider doing so this year. We have many streets that go unvisited!
Or if you don't want to knock on doors, how about collecting from work colleagues, or neighbours, or friends?
If you have any questions about this do not hesitate to ask - talk to Colin Howard or John or Deborah Wroe or contact us.
If you would like to donate to Christian Aid yourself - and if possible Gift Aid your donation - there will be envelopes available in church.
Enjoy the concert (and cream tea!) on 18 May - see details here.
Remember in your prayers the work of Christian Aid and the many people giving their time in Christian Aid Week to make it financially possible.
"I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me" Matthew 25:40
Why this should be important to you
For thousands of people throughout the country, it's a way of answering Jesus’s call to help people in need, and showing the community just how much good the church is doing in the world.
Together, our supporters delivered over six million envelopes last year. Could you help us do the same this Christian Aid Week?
Each envelope delivered sends a message about Jesus’ love and justice. Every envelope delivered is an act of witness, proclaiming Jesus’ good news to the poor.
And each envelope collected could help someone living in extreme poverty to protect themselves if a disaster strikes.