4 Organisations  4 Partnerships

Below you will find out more about 4 organisations doing great work around the world. But they are also 4 meaningful partnerships built on personal friendship and connection with church members past and present. We support them in the following 3 ways:

1. Prayer – we regularly remember them in our prayers.

2. Finance – we include their work in our financial planning and send a proportion.

3. Visits – we look to send people out to experience first hand what they are doing and where they are doing it. It encourages us to be there, and it encourages them to see some faces from home.

West End Impact – Morecambe

Following the intern ministry of Jono Peatman a few years ago we developed a strong partnership with this excellent outreach ministry in his home town.

West End Impact supports people through crisis, helps them repair reasons for their crisis and assists them in moving on. They work with people who are homeless, jobless and hopeless – people who have lost their home, their job and/or hope. As a Christian Charity they believe God’s love for people is all inclusive, relevant for the whole human being.

We are delighted to share in their work and try to send small teams to be with them and learn about their work when possible.

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Contact Liz Tilley or Mark & Fiona Austin

HOPE FOR LIFE KATANGA

HFL began working in Katanga in September 2011, teaching 15 children whose parents couldn’t afford for them to go to school. They now work educating 65 children and are working with over 50 families in their Livelihoods program.

Vision: To enable families in Uganda to realise their potential towards living a self-sufficient life.

Mission: To support destitute families in Uganda, through providing livelihoods trainings, education, healthcare services and community development.

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Contact Mark & Megan Walters

MERCY SHIPS

We are a team of nurses, doctors, surgeons, and other crew members from all over the world, donating our time to help on board the world’s largest non-governmental floating hospital.

As a floating hospital, we can sail directly to some of the world’s poorest people to deliver life-saving medical care and provide safe, state-of-the-art facilities in which to treat them.

Together, we have helped transform the lives of more than 2.42 million people in the poorest countries of the world since 1978.

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Why Mercy Ships for Trendlewood Church?

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Contact Ruth & Ed Sheffield

YWAM MOROGORO

YWAM Morogoro is pioneering strategic programmes in partnership with, or as a catalyst to the local church in order to holistically disciple and equip the unreached communities, so that:

  • Quality of life is significantly improved for the nomadic and underprivileged people of Morogoro districts.
  • A new generation of Church leaders is equipped and envisioned to positively impact their communities.
  • Tanzanian missionaries are equipped and enabled to bring hope in other nations.

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Why YWAM Morogoro for Trendlewood Church?

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Contact Ro Lea-Wilson