Mission Partners

Within the Benefice the Churches of St Mary's and St James, aim to give 10% of their annual income to our four main Mission Partners along with other charities including the Berkshire Clergy Charity and the Earl Haigh Fund (Poppy Appeal).

This is raised through specific fundraising or direct giving by the Church.

The following provides some background information on each of our Mission Partners.

Church Army is a mission-focussed community who are committed to enabling and resourcing the church and its members to share the gospel. Their vision is for everyone everywhere to encounter God’s love, and be empowered to transform their communities through faith shared in words and action.

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is passionate about releasing people in our nation from a life sentence of debt, poverty and their causes. Through their services (Debt Centres, Job Clubs, Release Groups, Life skills Courses and Money Courses), which are all run through local churches, they are tackling poverty head on.

Yeldall Manor is a Christian rehabilitation centre in Hare Hatch; home to up to 35 men who want to overcome their drug or alcohol dependencies.  It also offers move-on accommodation and aftercare.   Since 1977, many hundreds of men have been set free to live new lives, drug-, alcohol- and crime-free.

Christian Aid works with local partners and communities to fight injustice, respond to humanitarian emergencies, campaign for change, and help people claim the services and rights they are entitled to. Every pound donated and every fundraising event held helps us to eradicate poverty.

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