Our charitable giving – an update.

As you may well be aware, All Saints’ Church pledges to donate 10% of our income to charity.
So far this year we have mainly focused on covid related needs. So we have –
  • Donated £1000 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Gifted £1000 to Clayton Baptist Church towards the food bank supporting those in need in our own locality.
  • Gifted £250 towards the appeal to support the people of Nkuringo (in Uganda, East Africa ), through the Nkuringo Education & Community Support Trust. The people of the region are at risk of starvation as a result of the lockdown. The money will provide seeds, food and for the immediate needs of the community.  
    Our link with Nkuringo is via one of the teachers at All Saints’ School, who is involved with the charity; she has sent a thank you message on their behalf…

    ‘Once again thank you so much for the kind donation of £250 towards food.  This will provide 25 families with a much needed supply of Poshu – the staple food there. They are also working hard to distribute seeds and equipment to help the community grow their own food.  With schools closed due to the pandemic the children who would usually have food provided are not receiving any – your donation will ensure families will not starve. Thanks’.


    To learn more about the charity’s work or to donate visit their website

Thank you for your continued support.

Keep us, good Lord,

under the shadow of your mercy

in this time of uncertainty and distress.

Sustain and support the anxious and fearful,

and lift up all who are brought low;

that we may rejoice in your comfort

knowing that nothing can separate us from your love

in Christ Jesus our Lord.