Church of Promise supports a number of local and global organisations. These include:
Each week on Tuesday and Friday afternoons the Newark Foodbank opens its doors to those who are experiencing food poverty e.g. those who have had a sudden crisis leaving them without the means to buy food. Newark foodbank provides emergency food and support to local people in such crises. Learn more...
Betel UK is an independent Christian charity for men, women and families affected by the hardships that lead to social exclusion, especially homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse and long-term unemployment . Learn more...
We want to help connect the churches of Newark together so that we can support and encourage one another in our ministries.
We want to share with our town what the churches are up to and how we express our love for God to our communities. Learn more...
The Leprosy Mission works around the World where Leprosy is still attacking the people. This includes Nepal, Nigeria, Sri Lanka and Mozambique and many more communities around the world.
It is so sad that this illness still affects so many poor people.
We love to give when we can to this work as we see results and God's blessing on the activities and work done by this Mission.
Naomi and Gilead are the key workers with whom we have strong connections as Naomi was a member of our church until she left Newark.
They work in Cape Town among the young people often drug users and living on the streets.
We are in touch regularly with them. Their work is underlined by prayer and we know they need our prayers and financial support.
We have recently met this lovely group who give so much to the children in Hammanskraal.
God Blessings Day Care Centre is situated in the informal settlement of Kekana Gardens in Hammanskraal Pretoria, We have 220 children most of whom are orphans and in our area we are situated in the high rate of teenage pregnancy, high rate of unemployment and high rate of HIV/AIDS
One of our church family members lived close to them as he grew up and so it is amazing to support these teachers and children and share our lives with them.
As Baptists Together we commit ourselves to being a movement led by the Spirit of God. Celebrating diversity we will value, trust and respect one another in Christ. So what does it mean to belong to Baptists Together? It means we're part of God's bigger picture as he paints his Kingdom.. Learn more...
The Evangelical Alliance is made up of hundreds of organisations, thousands of churches and tens of thousands of individuals, joined together for the sake of the gospel. Representing our members since 1846, the Evangelical Alliance is the oldest and largest evangelical unity movement in the UK. . Learn more...
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