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Mission Partnerships

At STK we stay connected with a number of mission groups and organisations. We support the organisations prayerfully and financially. Here's a brief summary and links to their websites:

Kisumu Children

Our mission is to provide disadvantaged children in the Kisumu region of Kenya with hope for the future within a Christian foundation.  WEBSITE LINK  Contact: Samara Earl
CMJ The Church's Ministry Among Jewish People

CMJ is an Anglican society  established over 200 years ago. Today CMJ UK and its sister societies around the world seek to love the Jewish people , support those who come to faith in Messiah and equip the Church to be involved in this mission. As part of this Sarah and Tim Coleman, from STK,  are serving with CMJ in Jerusalem. Sarah is heading up the Primary section of the Anglican School and Tim is taking on various roles including being a very valuable volunteer at Beit Immanuel Guest house, Haifa . They will be serving for a period of 5 years. WEBSITE LINK  Contact: Julie Barker


Kendal District Debt Centre

Poverty and debt robs many people of life in all its fullness. Regardless of their situation we believe that everyone should experience equal dignity, freedom and to have the opportunity to be able to hear the good news of the Gospel.

Kendal and District Debt Centre (Registered Charity No 11959511), working in partnership with Christians Against Poverty (CAP), helps to support individuals in the locality whose lives are blighted by the burden of debt. Working through local debt centres linked with local churches, CAP not only provides free professional debt advice but also educational resources such as Money Courses that teach basic money management skills thereby addressing some of the root causes of poverty.

Kendal and District Debt Centre's manager, supported by a team of volunteer befrienders and a group of local churches, is the visible front-line of this service - seeing clients, providing emotional support, collating information and liaising with CAP to offer debt management solutions . All of this is done within a framework of Christian compassion and support and by offering clients the opportunity for prayer and the sharing of the hope that only Jesus can bring. Contact: Boyd Gilmore

ECM (Stephen Bell)
Stephen and Tabita work with European Christian Missions International (ECMI) in central Europe, Croatia, Bosnia and Albania.  They plant churches in and around Zagreb (Croatia). WEBSITE LINK  Contact: Danny Willis

Manna House

Manna House is a Registered Charity based in Kendal working primarily with homeless and vulnerably housed adults in the South Lakes area.  WEBSITE LINK 

Mission Aviation Fellowship
A worldwide Christian organisation operating over 125 light aircraft in more than 30 countries, with around 280 flights a day to transport patients, relief teams, medical supplies and Christian workers. We are linked to Sam and Abby Baguma in Chad, where Sam is Country Director. They have two young children, Rachel, 5 and Becca, 3. WEBSITE LINK  Contact: Charley and Rachel Stockley

The Northern Inter-Schools Christian Union has been working in primary and secondary schools with churches across Cumbria, North Lancashire and part of North Yorkshire for over 20 years, taking lessons, assemblies and running clubs and camps. WEBSITE LINK Contact: Katy Hall

Church of Uganda Children's Ministry (UK)
We are linked to Rev. Richard Rukundo, who is Provincial Children’s Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Uganda. He is responsible for developing Children’s ministry in the whole of Uganda: training and equipping leaders and teachers, establishing safeguarding and child protection and bringing children to the knowledge of Christ and developing their character and life skills. In order to do that he seeks to work with other stakeholders in children’s justice initiatives and increasing financial and human resources. WEBSITE LINK   Contact: Grace Bryers
Open Doors (Persecuted Christians)
So many of God’s children live in countries, or districts of some counties, where they live under constant pressure. Some of them are threatened by violence, damage to property, which also may be taken from them, and their churches confiscated or destroyed. The impact upon these Christians and their families, who in many cases have to be relocated, to safer places to live, is enormous. So many of these persecuted Christians show amazing courage and strong faith in our Lord and Saviour. The following organisations helps support and advise Christians who are being persecuted throughout the world. WEBSITE LINK Contact: Grace Bryers

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