Blue Sky Trust has been supporting and connecting people living with HIV at every step of their journey for 30 years. HIV, for most, is now a well-managed and treatable condition, however, an HIV diagnosis can still be a huge shock and HIV stigma in society can lead to negative reactions from family, friends and work colleagues. Blue Sky Trust provides a safe and confidential space for people to come to terms with HIV, access support from our experienced team and from peers and start the process of rebuilding their lives and confidence post-diagnosis.
Our members (people living with HIV) tell us that Blue Sky Trust helps them to become more confident, resilient, connected, empowered and able to thrive .
We engage with people in their homes, in the community, on zoom, via telephone and in our meeting space in Newcastle city centre (which our members call the living room). We cover the geographical areas of North East England and Cumbria.
Blue Sky Trust has a Christian ethos. You can find out more at www.blueskytrust.org
We are a friendly, diverse, multi-cultural and welcoming Church whose history in Leeds dates back more than 100 years.
Our hearts desire is to see the people of Leeds and beyond experience the love and power of God for themselves. As a community we are on a journey of faith, growing in relationship with God and each other.
Cambourne Church is committed to being a Christian community which is open, prayerful, and loving, which serves Cambourne with the good news that there is a loving and forgiving God, and where disciples of Jesus Christ are made. In this commitment, we feel upheld and led by the Spirit of God who is present in all our activities, and to whom we seek to be attentive.
We are a thriving evangelical church, a partnership of the Church of England, Baptist Union, United Reformed Church and Methodist Church, situated to the west of Cambridge.
Caterham Community Church is a registered charity and is a member of the Congregational Federation. We believe we have a mandate from God to cooperate with Him in the restoration of broken lives and have a heart to reach into the community with the good news of Jesus. We have around 80 members, an average Sunday attendance well above that in non-COVID times and a wide spread of age and ethnicity.
We would characterise ourselves as a Word and Spirit church, with a high view of Scripture and a strong emphasis on the presence of God and the gifts and work of the Holy Spirit amongst us. This is reflected in our membership of the Evangelical Alliance and our adherence to their statement of faith as well as our active participation in the New Wine network.
Caterham Community Church, Coulsdon Road, Caterham, CR3 5NF
a Community of Disciples on an Adventure Together of becoming more like Jesus and helping others to do the same.
We seek to live this out by going:
Deeper in our Devotion to God;
Closer in our Connections with one another;
Further on our Frontlines with the Good News of Jesus.
We are Evangelical, Charismatic, Anglican and a member of the New Wine Network
Churches Together in England is the national ecumenical instrument supporting and encouraging churches from a wide range of traditions to work together in unity. With churches drawn from the Anglican, Catholic, Pentecostal, Charismatic, Orthodox and Lutheran traditions, as well as Free Churches, Quakers and others, we unite one of the broadest range of churches in the whole of Europe. Our vision is to create the space in which fruitful collaboration and mutual understanding can grow, so that we as churches work more closely together in our great task of sharing in God’s mission and making the gospel of Christ known in our nation. Our strapline is: One in Christ Jesus, engaged in God’s mission, empowered by the Spirit.
Churches Together in England 27 Tavistock Square London WC1H 9HH
We are passionate about connecting with Jesus, each other and our community.
We are based in Wadebridge, north Cornwall. Our heart is to reach our county with the extravagant love of Jesus Christ, bringing transforming hope to those who we meet as we live a life of courageous faith.
Connect Church Cornwall is a Pentecostal Church in fellowship with AoG GB and a member of the Evangelical Alliance.
CV-Library is the UK's leading independent job board and we are experts in recruitment. We take pride in hosting over 140,000 jobs across all sectors for the nation's jobseekers, and supporting recruiters and employers with our quality services.
LS25, Garforth, City and Borough of Leeds
Derby City Mission exists to make disciples of every people group in partnership with the Churches and other agencies by demonstrating God’s love and bringing hope to the City.
DCM was started in 1989 initially working with churches, children and the elderly. In 1995 a debt advice service, "Jubilee", and a foodbank, was established, the first in the country. Jubilee clinics are run by trained advisers at different venues, and have assisted many people when at their most vulnerable. In 2009, Street Pastors were launched to help people partying in Derby on Friday and Saturday nights, and an outreach to street homeless people was started with food and companionship. In 2013, in response to the city council's cuts in funding for hostel beds, Derby Churches Night-shelter was launched to provide a warm welcome, hot meal and a safe place to sleep during the cold winter months for up to 35 homeless people per night in Derby. We also assist guests in finding suitable solutions to their homelessness. In the seven winters it operated, over 1,500 guests stayed with us but in winter 2020/21 the model had to be adjusted because of the Covid pandemic and 90 guests from across Derbyshire stayed in Mount Cook Adventure Centre during the winter months. In March 2019 DCM working in partnership with local and national agencies started a pioneer project called Safe Space, which provides rest and recovery facilities 24/7 for entrenched homeless people with targetted support for tackling health and addiction issues and moving them into suitable accommodation. In October 2019 we acquired our Community Hub building which has space and tailored facilities for Safe Space and for our Wellness Cafe which will enable us to tackle underlying causes of poverty and homelessness including addictions, mental health issues, broken relationships and low skills. We have a small staff team and an army of around 400 volunteers.
DCM Core Values:
Love is fundamental to the Christian faith. We believe God is love. It is because God loves all humankind that He sent His son to pay the price for sin by dying in our place. Without an attitude of love we can do nothing of lasting value. We demonstrate love through compassion to the needy, respect for individuals, treating all people with equality, generosity, humility in service, being customer-focussed, patient, kind, open and honest in all we do.
This value brings together our replication of Jesus’ unique persistence in investing time, practical, emotional and spiritual effort into the impoverished (both the “needy” impoverished and the apparently better off but spiritually poor). Our investment includes a commitment to learning, willingness to risk, aspiration to excellence, quality of service, innovation, and celebration of success.
Jesus announced His mission as a fulfilment of God’s plan for the release of captives. Carrying on His mission, we not only free people struggling with life, to be who He intends them to be, but also free our volunteers to give in ministries God has called them to. We free Churches and organisations to be their best in partnership with us. We also free up possibilities for the statutory and Government authorities, reaching where they struggle to reach and providing solutions that aim towards sustainable, thriving outcomes.
Jesus promises to all life in all its abundance. We design our ministries to enable progression in life, rather than to create a dependency culture. Our experience is that individuals can and do overcome addiction, relationship difficulties and issues which blight their lives or restrict their potential and come to develop the ability to make healthy choices. We aim to accompany them on their walk from captivity to freedom, and ultimately freedom in Christ.
Devotion Ecumenical Youth Project is a small charity that has delivered church-based and open-access youth services in Marlborough for around 20 years, including youth clubs, mentoring and counselling, school clubs and more.
Devotion wants to present a positive and relevant face for Christ ianity and the church to young people in Marlborough. We aim to do this by: 1. Presenting a culturally relevant Christianity which compares favourably with that which is found in the media; and 2. Preparing young people for, and supporting them in, having a fai th that will survive and positively affect the real world.
We want to address the social, emotional, physical and spiritual concerns of the young people in Marlborough whatever their religious experiences and beliefs. Everything we do will be underpinned b y the desire to show God’s love (the most accepting and gracious form) to all young people we come into contact with.
Dudley House Trust oversees a Christian based community project in Handcross, West Sussex. Established for over 20 years, the Trust serves Handcross and the surrounding villages with a project centred around a Hardware and Craft shop. The shop is a vibrant hub within the community offering a range of services and community initiatives. Linked closely with the local churches this project seeks to ‘Touch every life in the community’ and ‘Share Christ’s love in a practical way’.
emerge is a Christian young people’s charity which has been working in the estates and inner-city areas of Bradford for over 25 years. Many young people in our communities struggle to overcome the significant challenges created by financial and social poverty leaving them vulnerable to educational exclusion, poor mental health and exploitation and a future limited by circumstances.
Emerge started through work with local churches in the 1990’s, and we continue to work in partnership with local churches, community groups and statutory agencies. Our vision is to inspire lasting positive change in the lives of young people, aiming towards personal growth, better physical and mental wellbeing, positive engagement in education, to actively transform the communities we live and work within, and to enable young people to explore and grow in faith and spirituality in appropriate ways in our multicultural, multi-faith city. Our Christian heritage is also seen in our values based around compassion which runs throughout our work.
We believe that a relational and holistic approach makes the greatest difference to an individual so we aim to meet young people in multiple settings including open community youth work (sports, social action projects, leadership schemes), schools based work (mainly 1-2-1 interventions aimed at removing social/emotional barriers to learning) and targeted or referral based programmes addressing exploitation and crime with funding from a range of grant making trusts both large and small, the local authority and others.
Elim Christian Fellowship is a growing, pentecostal church in the heart of Paisley, Scotland. We are a multi-cultural family church who are reaching out to local communities within our town with the great news that Jesus is alive.
The Elim Pentecostal Church (or its legal name: Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance) is a UK-based Pentecostal Christian denomination and represents a global network of 500 plus churches in the UK and thousands overseas, operating in over 50 countries worldwide. Elim International Centre (EIC), our central administrative office is based in Malvern, Worcestershire where Regents Theological College is also co-located. EIC has approximately 100 staff.
De Walden Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
The Diocese of Ely is one of 42 regional areas of the Church of England. The diocese covers an area roughly similar to the county of Cambridgeshire, but also includes some parts of western Norfolk, Peterborough, Essex and Bedfordshire.
We have an exciting, hopeful vision and strategy to help us grow and develop. We created this together to give us direction, right up to the year 2025.
Everycare are providers of Domiciliary Homecare and Nursing Services. We started in Cardiff and now have 20 franchised offices in various locations. We are well established in all locations we operate.
Our website gives a more detailed description
Forest Hill Community Church is a local Christian Faith community based in Forest Hill and Sydenham (South East London) where people from all walks of life can enter into a relationship with God, follow the teaching of Jesus, and together make a difference in the world. We have a congregation of around 200, including children. We are a wonderful variety of people from different backgrounds, aged between 0-94. The staff team currently consists of a Lead Pastor, Associate Pastor and Administrator; we also have many volunteers within the church community who serve in a variety of ways.
GenR8 is a Christian charity which has been working alongside churches and primary schools since 2001. Started by two local Christians, GenR8 became a charitable trust in March 2010 , and currently has 6 trustees.
At the core of GenR8's work are termly assembly presentations to children in over 140 schools. GenR8 works in the geographical area of Cambridgeshire and North Hertfordshire with small affiliate teams in West Norfolk and Suffolk.
At the heart of GenR8 is a team of volunteers. Over 50 volunteers are involved with GenR8; all are committed Christians from different denominations in the local community and have experience of working with children in schools or church settings.
In addition , GenR8 offers other activities directly to primary schools as well as providing support and encouragement to churches in their work with schools and primary age children.
Guildford Baptist Church is a large community of Christians, of all ages, backgrounds and ethnicity, based at the Millmead Centre in the heart of the town of Guildford.
We are a vibrant Church, at our core is a simple pattern of life, rooted in the preaching and teaching of Scripture, discipleship, prayer and worship, with an intentional focus on loving God and loving others more fully by reaching out into the wider community.
Guildford Baptist Church, Baptist Church, Millmead, Guildford, UK
Nurturing The Next Generation Of Leaders
PRIVATE SCHOOL BY NAME - INCLUSIVE BY NATURE!
Hillel Park School is offering an affordable, 'hybrid' 'no-frills' private school. Grounded in an inclusive 'Christian ethos' , we aim to blend the best of the old world and new ‘technological’ world school model - from both state and private schools - to create a world class learning hub.
Influenced by the scriptures, we will work with a range of family units, for the best outcome for ALL children.
Horizon Life Training is a 12 month Christian Residential centre at Kennel Hall Farm in Killinghall and Bramall House at Kettlesing Head, both near Harrogate North Yorkshire, supporting men and women through recovery from life controlling issues such as drug and alcohol addiction. We offer bespoke training and education packages, alongside hands-on volunteering experiences and are the perfect move-on option for those who have completed a long term Rehab and looking to rebuild their life back into independent living and social inclusion.
LifeChurch Manchester is a multi-generational church of about 400, with its main base at the LifeCentre in Sale. We currently also have Locations in Heald Green, Stretford and Eccles. LifeChurch is a Baptist church, part of the Salt and Light church network and a member of the Evangelical Alliance.
LifeStreams is a group of three churches in Southend-on-Sea, Essex - Saint Peter's, Westcliff; Saint Stephen's, Prittlewell (213); and Saint Cedd's, Westcliff. We are a missional, lively, and growing community, loving and serving our area, and “living life to the full” (John 10:10). We are called to meet the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of over 15,000 people who live in our parish, plus those who work and study here, too!
Saint Peter's, Saint Stephen's and Saint Cedd's are part of the Church of England Diocese of Chelmsford.
Lighthouse Homes is a Registered Charity.
It it a 113 bed Christian homeless project (men & women), offering safe homes in a number of Christian therapeutic communities, ranging from 2 to 35 beds, free from alcohol or drugs. These homes are spread across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire with over 30 committed staff, full and part-time, and over 50 volunteers
LWPT - Leaders of Worship and Preachers Trust is a Christian Charity, which provides learning and development resources and financial support to preachers and student preachers in the UK.
We are proud of our Methodist heritage and all it represents, but today LWPT is an ecumenical charity seeking to reach a wide denominational spectrum. We have been very busy in recent years, working to improve the support that we offer. This includes the launch of Preach Resources , including a quarterly magazine, a website and a series of events including Sermon of the Year. We are excited to see how God will lead us as we enter a new season of opportunities and challenges. lwpt.org.uk
MI ComputSolutions (t/a) MI Skills Development Centre is a not-for-profit organisation. We are a community training provider funded by both the Central and Local Authority to provide education, training, and skills development to improve employability and community cohesion.
We offer foundation programmes, e.g. ESOL Language Skills, Eng, Maths and ICT and vocational learning career programmes (Teaching Assistant, Health and Care, Business IT and Early Years Development to unemployed, Refugees and Asylum Seekers and low earners.
Before applying for this role, please check that you answer YES to all the following questions:
You believe in the life-changing value of education.
You celebrate and value diversity and the enrichment and benefit it brings to society
You thrive in a fast-paced environment and can re-prioritise your work plans according to events and needs
You believe in an empathetic and caring approach to team working, valuing the contribution of team members at all levels
You believe in the importance of continuous improvement and learning new skills
About Morden Baptist Church
We are a church of ordinary and imperfect people who are seeking to live their lives out by following Jesus and the way he lived. We’ve found that he has welcomed us ‘home’ with open arms and transformed our lives, and so we aim to be an informal welcoming church who go out of our way to help others follow Jesus too. We are part of London Baptists and the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
New Life is a large, vibrant church which meets in the heart of central Croydon, South London. Our church is made up of people of many different ages, backgrounds and nationalities.
Our fellowship is in the evangelical and Pentecostal/charismatic traditions that lay emphasis on Bible based faith and an ongoing experience of the Holy Spirit.
We’re a group of people seeking to live the Jesus life together. We meet in person and online in Sunday services and mid-week groups. We would love you to join us and find family as we follow Jesus together
Romsey Mill is a Cambridge-based Christian charity, started in 1980, that works with children, young people and families, many of whom are facing significant challenges in their lives.
Romsey Mill is committed to overcoming disadvantage, challenging injustice and promoting social inclusion with young people, children and families. Each year, we work with over 2,000 individuals and families, from Cambridge city and across areas of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Our work is long term, relational and needs-led. We work with participants to develop their skills and to enable their progress towards training, work and positive involvement in the community.
We are a family church in Shoreditch East London.
Our vision is to deepen our relationship with God and to continue to reach out to others with love and compassion.
We believe that the Church is key to transforming our local community – and that by working closely with our members, we can transform our society with the good news of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit.
We aim to do this through our personal walk with Christ and by following Jesus’ example.
We’re a church family of around 300 people of all ages we offer a wide range of styles of church service and activities. Everyone is welcome, and not everything happens on Sundays. We even have our own Preschool. We’re part of the Church of England, represented in Devon by the Diocese of Exeter.
St Michael’s is a vibrant and friendly Anglican church in north London that has a warm and ready welcome for everyone.
We are a thriving Christian community with a primary vision to ‘proclaim Jesus Christ as the hope of the world.’
Community is important to us; at St Michael’s we worship, fellowship and transform together to the glory of God.
Wherever you are in your faith journey, you will find at St Michael’s a supportive church family where you can experience the transforming power of God’s love.
You’ll find out a lot about us on this website but we believe visiting us is the best way to see what we are really like. So do pop in when you are able to and we look forward to meeting you soon.
St Michael's Church, South Grove, London, UK
St. Matt's is a lively, growing Church of England church situated in the High Brooms area of Tunbridge Wells in Kent. We believe God's message is vital for the world in which we live and we seek to present that message in a way that is appropriate to our community.
Our aim is to be a church that is open, warm and welcoming. We are informal and worship in a contemporary way that we hope makes sense today.
We are a community of people who want to follow Jesus and we seek to place discipleship at the heart of what we are about. Our mission statement “igniting passion for Jesus” expresses this emphasis on discipleship and what we want to be at the heart of church life. We want to grow in our love for Jesus and we want to help other people discover him for themselves.
The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity, which has been fighting against social inequality and transforming lives for over 150 years.
The Salvation Army expresses its faith through charitable action by working at the heart of communities across the UK and the Republic of Ireland . We have 650 churches and community centres where we offer friendship, practical help and support to some of the most disadvantaged people in our communities.
Motivated by our Christian faith we offer practical support and services to all who need them, regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. Our work includes:
Campaigning and social policy
Community - debt advice , unemployment , isolation
Your support allows us to respond to the people who need us most. Across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, we:
Provide over 3,000 places every night in 82 lifehouses
Supported over 13,000 people through our Employment service
Supported over 11,000 victims referred to our modern slavery services
The United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland is part of the wider international Salvation Army , which changes lives in 131 countries around the world.
Tubestation is a community focused charity based in a methodist chapel in the centre of Polzeath, Cornwall. Today the Tubestation is a moving, organic, seasonal mix of the things we love – rhythms of life and faith, relationships, surf, music, arts, coffee, ecology, gardening, health and wellbeing, education. Our aim is to represent God through what we have in our hands to serve our community and to have open arms to show love to every person that walks through our doors.
World Vision has a long history of taking action that transforms the world. Our focus is on helping the most vulnerable children, in the most difficult places, overcome poverty and experience fullness of life.
Together, with supporters like you, we’ve helped millions of children and families out of poverty and we are often first on the ground when a crisis strikes.
Inspired by our Christian faith, we help children – of all faiths and none - in some of the world's most dangerous places. We believe it takes a whole community to create happy and fulfilling childhoods. And we work together with communities, so they're empowered to do just that.
Our integrated approach includes water, healthcare, education, child protection, and income generation. With the aim of allowing every child to fulfil their God-given potential.
Across almost 100 countries, our impassioned community of supporters, volunteers and community leaders work together to transform children's lives. Together, we will never give up.