All Saints pledges to support both local mission and overseas mission work through a percentage of the unrestricted giving received by the Church. The Mission Team co-ordinates our mission support and this team comprises: Robert Page (chair), Cathy James, Jo Skinner, Clive Kennett and Alison Stoneley. Please email the Mission Team if you have specific questions on our mission giving.
The team pledged approximately £28,000 to our Mission Partners in 2019.
Here is a list of our currently supported charities, with some information on them and also links to their own websites.
Home Mission Partners
Bath Youth for Christ is involved in delivering youth and schools work by working in partnership; with churches, schools, the local police, the local authority and other youth and community organisations.
CPAS enables mission in local churches across the UK.
Supporting homeless and vulnerable people in Bath on their journey from crisis to independence.
They enable little, local and ordinary churches to engage with the Holy Spirit for renewal, discipleship and mission.
Rose Cottage Hub seeks to bless the community of Twerton by providing a community centre, garden and cafe. They provide room hire and delicious food at a low cost. They also act as a local Foodbank distribution centre.
The Bath Soup Run was Genesis' very first project in Bath. They have been providing hot soup and sandwiches every night of the year ever since.
So what do Street Pastors actually do? In some ways, there is no straight answer to that question, because every shift is different. Find out more about what they do and how All Saints is involved.
The Life Project (Bath) was started by a group of Christian families with young adults who have learning disabilities. Some of our young people are still at school or college whilst others work either as volunteers or in paid employment.
Overseas Mission Partners
They believe every Christian – and ultimately every person – is called to join in God’s mission and has the potential to bring challenge, change, hope and freedom to the world.
We train and support churches of all denominations across the country so they can help hundreds of communities.
They support communities in the lands of the Bible. The Trust has been encouraging communities and Christian ministry for over thirty years.
Mengo Hospital is the oldest hospital in Uganda and belonged to the Church Missionary Society. Today, the hospital is an urban community hospital with all the amenities of a modern hospital in sub-Saharan Africa.
Encouraging, equipping, enabling, envisioning and empowering by the Holy Spirit, leaders for their mission and ministry