Charities

We decided as a church to support particular charities, though other organisations will still benefit by members championing their interests. .

A recent Charity Review group recommended we increased our main charities to 5…

  1. SUK JAI children’s home (see Mae Gone Orphanage) in Northern Thailand

  2. Lifeshare, supporting the homeless in Manchester

  3. Mary’s Meals, now supplying schools on 4 continents.

  4. Rainbow Trust, the hospice for children at Francis House in Didsbury

  5.  Traidcraft, supporting the Fair Trade organisation.

 

 

The church strongly supports Christian Aid, in consort with Churches Together in Cheadle Hulme, and also we contribute to various international disaster funds from time to time.

In addition, small groups or individual members in the church focus on Macmillan NursesThe British Legion, The Leprosy Mission, Chelwood Food Bank in Adswood, Link to Hope shoe boxes, British Epilepsy, and several others.