St Matthew’s has the following mission partners that we support prayerfully and financially.
And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:18-20)
Colin and Roni Jackson
Colin and Roni work with the environmental organisation A Rocha in Kenya. They are based at Mwamba Bird Observatory and Field Study Centre, which provides facilities for scientific training and workshops, accommodation for interested visitors and volunteers, and provides a forum for discussions on environmental issues and the relevance of Christianity in today’s world.
John and Gillian Robinson
The Busoga Trust is a Christian charity that installs clean water sources in central and eastern Uganda
Changing Tunes is a Bristol based charity that uses music teaching, rehearsing, recording, performance, improvisation and composition to aid the rehabilitation of prisoners and ex-prisoners.
CPAS is an Anglican evangelical mission agency working with churches, mainly in the UK and Republic of Ireland, whose mission is to enable churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ.
Sisters of the Church
The Sisters, based in St Paul’s, Bristol, serve those in need in the local community in many ways; this includes working with single parent families, the elderly, the homeless, people living with addictions, refugees and asylum seekers, others struggling with poverty, prisoners, with One25 (working with women involved in prostitution) and at the Create Centre where life skills are taught.
Friends of Alalay (Santa Cruz)
Helping Bolivian street kids to help themselves.
A UK-registered charity which directly supports the local Alalay Foundation.
Thousands of homeless children, many aged as little as three years, sleep on the streets or in the drains of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. They have to steal or beg for their food in order to survive. At Alalay we provide educational and skills development and help to encourage good health by meeting the needs of ex-street children. We work to identify, establish and monitor practical production projects which will become self-financing and teach new skills to the children.