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A Rocha
A ROCHA UK is about caring for creation and transforming communities through practical, local conservation projects. A Rocha UK is part of A Rocha’s world-wide family and share its values We have a national 'Friends' scheme through which you can learn more about creation care and how to get further involved Our main project focus is A Rocha Living Waterways, creating a "greener, cleaner Southall and Hayes" in multi-racial West London We are Christian based, working with individuals and organisations with many beliefs and backgrounds
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ABCD (Action Around Bethlehem Children with Disability
ABCD is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those children with physical, mental and psychological disabilities in Palestine, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
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ACPI (Anglican Church Planting Initiatives)
ACPI exists to Serve tomorrow’s churches today by encouraging and assisting the planting of healthy, missionary-minded churches. This includes all sorts of emerging church, alternative worship communitieies and fresh expressions of church. We are a small charity, but with a committed central team and a large national network, working with churches and people called to church planting, fresh expressions of church and multiplying communities of mission.
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Action of Churches Together for Scotland (ACTS)
Formed in 1990 as Scotland’s national ecumenical instrument, Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS) brings together nine denominations in Scotland who share a desire for:
* Greater oneness between churches, as Jesus prayed, ’that they all may be one’ (John 17.21)
* A growth of understanding and common life between churches
* Unified action in proclaiming and responding to the gospel in the whole of life.
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After Sunday - Encountering God at Work
After Sunday is a resource for the whole church. Our aim is to help people identify the work of God in their own context, and to encourage them to join in! Through our learning materials and online resources, we hope that people can transform the way they think and live as partners in building God's Kingdom.
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AICMAR (African Institute for Contemporary Mission and Research)
Their vision is to equip evangelical Christian scholars, leaders and preachers for service to church and society in Africa. They are persuaded that the future of the African church depends on how well the present generation of ministers is equipped to apply biblical principles to contemporary African issues.
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Alpha Courses
The Alpha course is designed primarily for people who aren't churchgoers and each course is open to everyone who would like to attend. Most courses attract a diverse range of guests of different ages and backgrounds, holding many different viewpoints. Over 7,000 courses are currently running across the UK in rural and urban settings, including every major UK city.
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Amos Trust
Amos Trust partners are at the heart of a global network of highly innovative community projects. These projects include work with street children in South Africa; promotion of human rights and sustainable communities for Dalits in rural India; community development and education provision in Nicaragua and working toward peace and reconciliation in Palestine and Israel.
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Association of Christian Counsellors
Mission Statement and Statement of Faith
The Board aims to build an Association which:
Honours God and follows His leading
Creates and maintains a good reputation
Sustains high standards in accreditation, training and ethical matters
Serves its members' needs efficiently
Represents its members' interests to government, churches, professional bodies and the general public
Continues to be accountable to its members
Plays a full part in the international development of Christian counselling.
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Association of Christian Writers
Inspirational events, effective resources and professional advice for writers who are Christians.
Our vision is to see quality writing in every area of the media, whether overtly Christian or shaped by a Christian perspective, reaching the widest possible readership.
Our aim is to inspire and equip our members to use their talents with integrity, to produce excellent material which comes from a Christian world view.
If you are a Christian, whatever you write, join us to find encouragement, support, information and fellowship.
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Barnabas Fund
The mission of the Barnabas Fund is to support Christians where they are in a minority and suffer discrimination, oppression and persecution as a consequence of their faith. Our goal is to strengthen Christian individuals, churches and their communities by providing material and spiritual support in response to needs identified by local Christian leaders.
We do this by making their needs known to Christians around the world, by encouraging prayer and financial giving in support of these brothers and sisters in Christ, working with existing local Christian organisations, and by speaking on their behalf. The Fund channels this aid from donors to the needy recipients with minimum overheads. All gifts are monitored to ensure they are used in line with the stated need.
In accordance with Biblical teaching, we believe that Christians should treat all people of all faiths with love and compassion, even those who persecute them.
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Basic Needs
BasicNeeds is an international development charity working to end the suffering of mentally ill people in Africa and Asia. BasicNeeds' approach is constantly breaking new ground as mentally ill people are finally given access to the treatment they desperately need and their basic rights start to be secured. BasicNeeds places mentally ill people at the centre of everything that it does and consults them every step of the way so that together, we can build a world that mentally ill people feel proud to live in.
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Bible Lands now known as Embrace the Middle East
Supporting Health, Education and Community Development in the Lands of the Bible
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Bible Society
Bible Society believes passionately that the Bible is indispensible for the future well being of our world. Working through a Global Alliance of supporters, churches and Bible Societies, their vision is to make the Bible heard.
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Putting books into the hands of the world's most disadvantaged readers.
Book Aid International works in 18 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Palestine, providing over half a million books and journals each year to libraries, hospitals, refugee camps and schools.
Books are the basic tools of literacy and education yet millions of children and adults across the developing world do not have access to them.
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Bringing Hope Project
Bringing Hope works with churches to address issues related to a lifestyle of guns, drugs, knives and gangs. Their aim is to see churches transform these lives, build community cohesion and restore family ties by working in partnership with each other and various networks from the private, statutory and voluntary sectors.
Their vision is based on Luke 4 v 18 from the Bible where Jesus declares that He has a purpose to heal the broken hearted, release the captives and recover the sight for the blind.
They believe that family and community brokenness, emotional imprisonment and blindness are at the root of guns, drugs and gangs and because of what Jesus says we, as a Church, are equipped to deal with these challenges.

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CAP (Christians Against Poverty UK)
Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counselling charity working through a network of centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to people in debt through its unique, in-depth service.
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Carers UK
Carers UK is the voice of carers. Carers provide unpaid care by looking after an ill, frail or disabled family member, friend or partner. Carers give so much to society yet as a consequence of caring, they experience ill health, poverty and discrimination. Carers UK is an organisation of carers fighting to end this injustice. We will not stop until people recognise the true value of carers’ contribution to society and carers get the practical, financial and emotional support they need.
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CCPAS (Churches Child Protection Advisory Service)
CCPAS is an independent Christian-based charity that provides a professional and unique service in assisting, equipping and advising churches and organisations in all areas of child protection and good working practices.
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Child Aid to Russia and the Republics
ChildAid to Russia and the Republics seeks to enable lives to be transformed by supporting disadvantaged children and young people in Russia and the former Soviet Republics. In collaboration with established local partners, we improve the quality of life for street children, orphans and children with disabilities, through short and long term aid and development initiatives usually led or inspired by Christians.
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Christian Aid
Christian Aid sends financial help to over 700 evangelistic ministries based in lands of great poverty or where evangelical Christians are a persecuted minority. Priority is given to supporting those which work among unreached peoples where hitherto our Lord has had no people for His name.
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Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI)
Information and services for Copyright Administrators.
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Christian Enquiry Agency
Christian Enquiry Agency provides information about Jesus Christ and the Christian faith, on behalf of all the major churches in Britain and Ireland.
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Christian Evidence Society
Since 1870, the Christian Evidence Society has used contemporary communications channels to explain some of the fundamental principles of the Christian faith.
In its early days, open air preaching in such places as Tower Hill or Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park, London became the norm. The CES published pamphlets which were widely read, particularly by the increasingly literate working population, and organised public lectures that were always well attended. Although predominantly Anglican, the Society has been committed to involving Christians from the other major denominations since its inception. In its early days, open air preaching in such places as Tower Hill or Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park, London became the norm. The CES published pamphlets which were widely read, particularly by the increasingly literate working population, and organised public lectures that were always well attended. Although predominantly Anglican, the Society has been committed to involving Christians from the other major denominations since its inception.
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Christian Research
To encourage change in Christian culture so that by 2010 more churches are growing.
Giving Christian leaders key information and insights to enable them to plan forward effectively and strategically.
That everyone may hear the Good News of God through Jesus Christ.
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Christian Retailing magazine (USA)
Christian Retailing covers the latest industry news and information in each of its print issues. The magazine includes respected editorial content on the critical issues affecting the Christian retail industry, supplemented by advertising that specifically targets Christian bookstore owners and buyers.
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Christian Solidarity Worldwide - Voice for the voiceless
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is a human rights organisation specialising in religious freedom. CSW works on behalf of those persecuted for their Christian beliefs and promotes religious liberty for all.
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Christian Vocations
Releasing God's people into God's work.
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Church Army
Church Army is a society of evangelists linked to the Anglican Church. We are committed to sharing faith in word and action, to enable people to come to a living faith in Jesus Christ.
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Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI)
To help the churches live as Churches Together, a number of small organisations have been created to ease their way. There is one in almost every town or community to help them to work together locally. There are others in the regions and for each of the four nations of Wales, Scotland, Ireland and England. And there is Churches Together in Britain and Ireland. Many areas of work are best tackled for Britain and Ireland as a whole rather than in the separate nations. It is also important for those involved in similar activities in different parts of Britain and Ireland to keep in touch even when working separately. Churches Together in Britain and Ireland is the instrument that facilitates that process.
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Churches Together in England (CTE)
Churches Together in England seeks to help the churches in England work together 'as a visible sign of the Churches commitment to one another, in obedience to our Lord's prayer 'that all of them may be one... that the world may believe you sent me'
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CMS (Church Mission Society
CMS is an evangelistic mission working to see a world transformed by the love of Jesus.
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Come Back to God Campaign
The ‘Come Back to God’ Campaign is a missionary society at work in Great Britain today. We go wherever we are invited to preach the Gospel in word, drama and song to all ages, both young and old.

We also have a ministry of healing and deliverance and many people who have been laid aside as lost causes by the medical profession have been restored and healed by the Lord Jesus Christ through the ministry of the 'Come Back to God' Campaign and have been able to return to useful occupations.
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CPAS (Church Pastoral Aid Society)
CPAS is an evangelical Anglican mission agency and community working mainly with local Anglican churches across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.
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Credit Action
Credit Action is a national money education charity established in 1994.
We are committed to helping people manage their money better. Our passion is to help people stay in control, rather than let money control them and disrupt their lives through over indebtedness or poverty.
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Damaris is an educational charity with a Christian foundation - but working with people of all faiths and none. We are committed to rigorous study and effective communication as we seek to relate biblical Christian faith and contemporary popular culture. Damaris operates in three departments... Church, Schools and Media.
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El Shaddai
El Shaddai as an organization exists to open Homes and Shelters for the abandoned Street Children and for children coming from economically poor or broken families providing them with the basic necessities of life, so developing their personalities leading to a brighter future. To establish support systems for the weaker sections viz. women & children of our society. To conduct awareness & educational programmes including medical camps among the slum dwellers.
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Ellel Ministries
Ellel Ministries is a non-denominational Christian mission organisation with a vision to welcome people, teach them about the Kingdom of God and heal those in need.
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Evangelical Alliance
The Evangelical Alliance was founded in 1846 and is the oldest alliance of evangelical Christians in the world.
The Alliance is an umbrella group representing one million evangelical Christians in the UK and is made up of member churches drawn from over 30 different denominations, organisations and individuals. In its formative years the Alliance particularly stood for the victims of religious persecution and enabled evangelicals from different denominations to work together.
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EvangelismUK - Network news by RSS or email - free
This new site started on 4th July 2007. Although this site serves the national network with news about evangelisation, it is available to anyone who finds it. The aim is to provide news items and information, primarily for church leaders, who can help members of their church share the good news of Jesus Christ. Though hosted by one network, it is offered as a resource across the different church denominations and traditions in the wider network of the four nations: England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
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Feed the Minds
Feed the Minds is a UK-based ecumenical Christian Charity. They use education to improve the health, finances and rights of the world's poorest people. Based on 40 years of experience, they know that education is the best way to empower marginalised people, that education enables people to support themselves immediately and in the long term. The Overseas Book Service (OBS) is one way they are helping marginalised communities. Recognising the vital role the Church plays in community transformation, OBS equips Church leaders with the knowledge and tools they need to face issues including famine, conflict, HIV and AIDS. The Overseas Book Service (OBS) is one way they are helping marginalised communities. Recognising the vital role the Church plays in community transformation, OBS equips Church leaders with the knowledge and tools they need to face issues including famine, conflict, HIV and AIDS. Can you help Turn Lunch into Learning? Feed the Minds is launching a new campaign to make more people aware that around 800 million people around the world are unable to read and write. We want to deliver more projects to help transform lives. Please join our Lunches for Life campaign and help us turn lunch into learning Lunches for Life
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Fresh Expressions
Fresh Expressions is a Church of England and Methodist Church initiative encouraging people who are establishing 'new or different forms of church for our changing culture'.
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Friends and Heroes Productions Ltd
Friends and Heroes is not only produced as children’s entertainment, but also as entertaining education. The historical context of the 2D animation in Friends and Heroes is carefully researched and portrayed so that the setting of each series - three landmark cities of the ancient world, and their hinterland - is an accurate depiction of the architecture and lifestyle of that place and time in history. The 3D biblical stories are carefully selected to appeal to children and to complement, illustrate and develop the narratives and character arcs of the 2D adventure stories.
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Gideons International
Their vision is to win others for Christ - through Personal Witness and the distribution of the Word of God
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Gospel for Asia
Gospel for Asia's primary aim is to plant churches amomg those who have never heard the gospel. They train and send national missionaries who already know the languages and customs of the people. 100% of the money donated is spent for work on the mission field.
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Group for Evangelism (GFE)
The Group the Evangeisation is unique! It acts like the evangelising heart for the Body of Christ. Here denominational leaders and agencies with responsibility for mission and evangelism in England meet. We face the hard issues, assess new opportunities, and promote cutting edge initiatives. What is more, we do it together and we do it prayerfully. Essentially however, we exist to serve all the Christians in our land to help them fulfil Christ’s mission here.
David Spriggs, Moderator for GFE
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Habitat for Humanity
Every morning one third of the world’s population, that’s two billion people, will wake up in appalling poverty, squalid, spirit-crushing poverty. Most were born into those conditions and many will die in them, too many will die as a consequence of them.
Poverty housing damages people’s lives in so many ways. It’s dirty, smelly and often unsafe, it affects people’s health and wellbeing; their children’s education; their employment prospects. But most of all, poverty housing traps people in poverty and robs them of hope and opportunity. It oppresses the soul and keeps the poorest people poor.
In 1976 Habitat for Humanity was founded with the sole aim of tackling poverty housing on a global scale. Thirty years later we are working in 92 countries around the world and have built 225,000 homes in partnership with people in need of simple, decent housing.
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Churches across the United Kingdom are constantly at work serving and communicating with 58 Million residents and many visitors to the United Kingdom. 'Hope' proposes to support this work, by facilitating intensified, united, focused prayer and a year of activities, communicating the Gospel through words and actions, creating a lasting legacy of both physical and spiritual change in the lives of communities and individuals.
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Internet Evangelism Day
Digital Evangelism Issues (DEI) focuses on news and ideas for any type of digital outreach – web, mobile phone, video clip and social networking and more. It is the blog associated with Internet Evangelism Day (IED), hence the mirror-image acronym! Classical language scholars and those with a Catholic background will notice a second reference: dei is Latin for ‘belonging to God’.
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Kingsway Trust
The website which is seeking to serve the church in the areas of Family Ministry, Children’s Ministry and Teens’ Ministry. If you are involved in the evangelism, discipleship or teaching of parents, children, teens or all ages together in church then we invite you to join our community to share experiences, discover resources and become better equipped to grow the Kingdom.
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In l'Arche, people with and without learning disabilities share home life in ordinary houses, much like any families. Shopping, cooking, sharing a meal - through these simple daily things, people learn and grow. They become friends, part of a network of people sharing their lives together. Some may come from years of institutional care, others from families. Some may need more support than others. Some come because of their commitment to helping people with learning disabilities. Each seeks to live in a real home, as a responsible adult, in equal relationship with others.
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Life 4 Seekers
Living on Earth is expensive, but it does include a free trip around the sun every year. Life4seekers is for those people who want to improve their life and find a new sense of fulfilmet, a fresh energy and joy of living. If you are searching for happiness, a sense of purpose and new direction in life, life4seekers is the right site to explore. Quotes, comments, viewpoints, pauses for thought......and much more!
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Living the Questions
Living the Questions is a source of curriculum and media for both seekers and church goers convinced that Christianity still has relevance in the 21st Century. Providing a variety of flexible resources, Living the Questions can help people explore the future of Christianity and what a meaningful faith can look like in today's world.
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Love Russia
Love Russia is a Christian Charity providing humanitarian aid to over two thousand orphans, aged from birth to 18 years, housed in 45 different projects in Russia. Love Russia's Genesis project is giving teenage orphanage leavers vocational training togive them a future, instead of lives full of drugs and crime.
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MAG (Mines Advisory Group)
MAG (Mines Advisory Group) is one of the world's leading humanitarian organisations providing conflict-affected countries with a real chance for a better future. MAG clears the remnants of conflict from some of the world's poorest nations, they educate and employ local people and help provide solutions for those trapped by poverty and economic devastation through no fault of their own.
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Medair - Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation
Medair brings life-saving relief and rehabilitation in disasters, conflict areas, and other crises by working alongside the most vulnerable. Our mission is to seek out and serve the most vulnerable people affected by crises, particularly the forgotten men, women, and children who live in difficult-to-access regions in Africa and Asia.
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Methodist Evangelicals Together (MET)
Our vision is to fulfil 'Our Calling' and the 'Priorities' of the Methodist Church as we:-
* Uphold the authority of Scripture
* Seek Spiritual Renewal
* Pray for Revival
* Spread Scriptural Holiness
MET is the biggest independent organisation in British Methodism today.
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Mission India - Making Disciples to Transform India for Christ
Mission India does not send Western missionaries. Instead, they train and equip local Indian Christians. They know the languages, the customs and the dangers in their own areas. This method is efficient and effective. Local Christians are already in place, ready to begin work. They are trained to teach the Bible and form clusters of new disciples that reproduce and expand.
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Mother's Union
Mothers' Union is a Christian organisation with more than 3.6 million members in 78 countries worldwide. The backbone of Mothers' Union is its worldwide network of grassroots volunteers. Whatever their individual backgrounds, members are united in their commitment to supporting marriage and family life. They give their time to generously help others, whether by running local projects, supporting international campaigns, or fundraising.
Mothers' Union also employs over 300 paid workers around the world. These are women drawn from local dioceses, so they speak the language, understand the culture and customs and have first-hand experience of the problems their neighbours face. Mothers' Union workers provide vital leadership for efforts in the community.They enable people to gain essential skills, develop and encourage sustainable self-help projects, and run training seminars for local Mothers' Union members and the wider community.
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National Office for Vocation
The National Office for Vocation, opened in September 2002, is an Office of the Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales that seeks to work collaboratively with other agencies within the Church in order to:
Build a culture of vocation in the Church in England and Wales.
Promote the link between vocation and evangelisation.
Promote the calls to specific vocations, including marriage and single life, diocesan priesthood, permanent diaconate and consecrated life.
Support and encourage new ecclesial communities.
Recognise opportunities that arise in authentic experiences of the Gospel and engage in pastoral research into the "signs of the times".
The inspiration for the office has come from a Church document of 1997, In Verbo Tuo (New Vocations for a New Europe). This document presents us with a vision in which the whole Church is a community of "the called" that exists "to call".
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Nationwide Christian Trust
Mulberry House in Essex is their Pastoral Centre, which offers support and encouragement through a range of activities. These include: Prayer and healing days, Ladies days, retreats, listening skills training, Men's breakfasts and events for the over 55's.

Visit the website to see what else they do.
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On the Move
The free Barbeque Ministry
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Open Doors
Open Doors works for the Persecuted Church, they come into contact every day with Christians who have to face the threat of death for their faith. Their motto, "Strengthen that which remains, and is at the point of death" is precisely the reason why they find ourselves in those areas where people are being persecuted most severely. And it is also there that they find the church is growing! In China, Vietnam, Sudan, Colombia and in Iran, to mention just a few countries.
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Operation Mobilisation
Transforming Lives and communities.
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Philo Trust
Philo Trust is committed to communicating the relevance of the Christian faith. Its Director is J.John, a Christian speaker and writer. Many people's understanding of Christianity is a misunderstanding. It is the commitment of Philo Trust to show how faith in Jesus Christ is not only reasonable, but relevant and vitally important. J.John travels extensively in Britain and around the world, teaching the Christian faith, addressing over 300,000+ people in person each year, and many more through TV, Radio, Books, CDs and DVDs.
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Prayer Eleven
The aim of the site is to promote the Prayer Eleven courses in particular, and prayer and Christian spirituality in general. Each course is/will be eleven weeks long. The first course is Prayer Eleven for Explorers. At some time in January 2010 I hope to launch a new course called Prayer Eleven for Seekers. Then later in 2010 it is my intention to produce a third course called Prayer Eleven for Pilgrims which will be much more about Christian spirituality than just prayer. All the Prayer Eleven courses will have a strong practical element. Jonathan Walker
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Prison Fellowship International (PFI)
The mission of Prison Fellowship is to mobilise and assist the Christian community in its ministry to prisoners, ex-prisoners, victims, and their families; and in the advancement of restorative justice.
As an association, PFI provides support services to member organisations through its secretariat offices in Washington DC and Singapore and its liaison offices in Africa, Europe and the Pacific. PFI member services include organisational and programme consultation, communications, leadership training, programme development, and international representation. As a non-governmental organisation (NGO), PFI maintains consultative status (Category II) with the UN Economic and Social Council and is an active participant in the UN Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice.
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Prospects is a Christian voluntary organisation which values and supports people with learning disabilities so that they live their lives to the full.
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Pump Aid
Pump Aidinstalls Elephant pumps in rural schools and communities to provide clean water for drinking and irrigation. The pumps are simple in design and can be maintained by the beneficiaries themselves. Pump Aid responds to requests by local people in places of need.
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ReSource is a charity working to support the church in mission and renewal. We produce a wide range of publications, including a full-colour magazine which hosts articles by both new and well-known authors and practitioners, and is packed with news, testimony, biblical reflection, book reviews, image and poetry. We also publish booklets and courses on key aspects of mission and ministry - a Lent course, a Healing course, and booklets on topics as diverse as 'Fasting', 'Knowing God's love' and 'The Unexpected Jesus'. Visit our website to find out more.
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ROPE - Relief for Oppressed People Everywhere
Inspiring a deeper concern for the poor.
ROPE was established in 1991 and operates in 70+ countries. ROPE targets help to grass roots level and does not duplicate the work of other agencies.
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A growing network of churches passionate about mission, sharing common vision and values. Encouraging churches to effectively communicate Christ to contemporary cultures. Welcome to the 21st Century and a culture in which many people have little or no experience of church. A society in which many are alienated by church culture. These people are the unchurched - we're here to help you reach out to them.
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Secret Believers
A ministry of Open Doors - see link to Open Doors UK
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Send a Cow
Send a Cow is a Christian charity that enables poor farmers in Africa to become self-reliant by providing them with livestock, training and advice. We work with some of the most vulnerable groups in Africa, including children orphaned by war, families affected by AIDS, and disabled people.
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Set All Free
Set All Free has been established by Churches Together in England to commemorate the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act in 2007 in ways which challenge modern society to engage with Christian values. The project aims to highlight how the abolitionists’ values can transform our relationships on an individual, community and society level.
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SGM Lifewords - Scripture Gift Mission
SGM Lifewords is a creative agency working so that the Bible's life words are seen, heard, and experienced as a positive contribution to our lives together, in communities, and as individuals.
We seek to connect people with the Bible and to each other - and to help them experience the relationship with God that the Bible speaks about.
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Signpost International
Signpost International is a UK-based Christian charity working with needy, abandoned and abused children living in the developing world, and working with deprived communities within the UK.
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Siloam Christian Ministries
Siloam uses education, medical assistance, social and other relief as a vehicle for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Also, please check out their Church Supplies Ministries ‘ Decade Ministries’ at
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Smile International
Smile International is a charity dedicated to sharing the love of Jesus Christ by helping to relieve suffering and poverty through the distribution of humanitarian aid and long-term development projects. We are presently working in Africa, Asia and Europe. Our aim is to put a smile on people's faces as they see the love of God in action.
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Speaking Volumes
Speaking Volumes is an initiative of the 'The Christian Book Promotion Trust'. Its purpose is to promote the publication of good Christian books which would help and inspire the general public in the UK and overseas. You can donate Speaking Volumes book sets to a variety of places, so long as there is public access to the books. Public libraries; Schools; Care homes; Hospitals; Universities; Playgroups & nurseries; Women’s refuge; Hospices; Chaplaincies; Army / Navy / RAF libraries; Youth centres; Prison libraries; Youth groups; Parent & toddler groups; Overseas mission; Mobile libraries; Book reading clubs; Mature years groups; Anywhere the public can borrow a book!
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Spiraluniverse - London's online Christian Community
Spiraluniverse vision is to create a social meeting space for people with a Christian Faith in London and across the UK. We provide an open space for charities, churches, organizations and individuals to profile thier work, share experiences and learn from each other in a fresh, practical and innovative way.
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Spring Harvest
Spring Harvest exists to 'equip the Church for action'. Through a range of events, conferences, books and resources, Spring Harvest seeks to enable Christians to impact their local communities and the wider world.
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Stop the Traffik
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a growing global coalition of over 900 member organisations from over 50 countries, working together to fight against people trafficking. The campaign is building momentum, join us today to STOP THE TRAFFIK and Unlock Freedom ...!
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Suzanne's Ministries
1)Our goal is to reach every village in every region of every country in 5 years. This is done by sending evangelists on bicycles to rural villages.
2)Correspondent Bible School Centres, to train up evangelists and pastors for the new churches.
3)Pastors' Workshops to equip the local pastors better for God's work.
4)Teaching Letters to encourage every pastor and church member that wants one.
All this is done with the minimum financial outlay and the Holy Spirit who moves in amazing ways to prove to the people that Jesus is alive, still saving the lost, healing the sick and delivering the captives from bondage.
This is truly GOD'S WORK and all we have to do ''is step out in faith.''
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The Barnabas Fund
Barnabas Fund serves the suffering Church and makes their needs known to Christians around the world, encouraging them to pray. It provides practical help to strengthen and encourage the Church in many different ways. Barnabas Fund was established in 1993 and channels aid to projects run by national Christians in more than 40 countries.
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The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ)
CCJ works with Christian and Jewish communities to promote mutual understanding and combat prejudice and anti-Semitism. Our primary focus is Christian-Jewish relations, but we seek to relate positively to all of Britain’s faith communities. Our experience of inter-religious dialogue enables us to make a vital contribution to community relations in contemporary British society.
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The Lawyer's Christian Fellowship - Witnessing to the Gospel at home and Abroad
To influence Lawyers and the Law for Christ.
Encouraging and equipping Christian Lawyers to be effective in their lives and work.
Leading Lawyers to a personal commitment to Jesus Christ.
Promoting Christian principles in our law and legal systems.

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The Leprosy Mission
The Leprosy Mission (TLM) is a leading international Christian development mission working in around 30 countries. We have served people affected by leprosy since 1874. Our work covers education, detection, medical treatment, rehabilitation and the reintegration of people into their communities. We focus on three areas: South Asia, East Asia/Pacific and Africa. Leprosy is still a disease of our time. Every year over 400,000 new patients are diagnosed and registered for treatment. But because of the stigma associated with leprosy and the consequent reluctance to seek medical care, it is estimated that even more cases go undetected.
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The Mission to Seafarers
Caring for seafarers around the world
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The Smiles Foundation
The Smiles Foundation is a Charity with Vision, Commitment and a Determination to make a difference. ‘A difference’ for people who need a little help from a friend. Many of the people we assist are living alone, in poverty and are desperate. Smiles wants to be their friend. We need your help to fulfil our Mission.
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Through the Roof
A Christian charity with a passion to make sure disabled people are included in every area of church life. They inform, train and equip people with the information they need to include people with any disability. Helping both the disabled and their families.
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Torch Trust For the Blind
Torch is a mission - committed to sharing in both words and actions the love of God shown in Jesus. Torch seeks to operate in accordance with the principles taught by the Holy Bible. Torch is also Fellowship: Holidays:Something to read: Caring, Worldwide: Non-denominational and supported by doatikon and by prayer.
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Toybox Charity -Rescuing Street Children in Latin America
Toybox is a Christian charity committed to providing hope for the most disadvantaged children, young people and their families, principally in Latin America. Our vision is of a world where there are no street children, where families are restored and those who are disadvantaged have choices and hope. Our mission is to work in partnership with indigenous organisations supporting front line work with street children and their communities, being a facilitator and advocate for this work.
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TWAM - Tools With a Mission
Tools With a Mission is a Christian charity sending tools across the world to enable people to earn a living and to support themselves.
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UK Priest .Org
The official website for diocesan priesthood in the Roman Catholic church in England and Wales.
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Volunteering in Parishes
Volunteering in Parishes takes the principles and practice of effective volunteer management found in the voluntary sector and ‘translates’ them into the language, culture and theology of parish communities. Everything is focused in prayer and Scripture. The practical strategies are making a difference in many parishes... they could make a difference in yours…
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World Association for Christian Communication (WACC)
WACC promotes communication for social change. It believes that communication is a basic human right that defines people’s common humanity, strengthens cultures, enables participation, creates community and challenges tyranny and oppression. WACC’s key concerns are media diversity, equal and affordable access to communication and knowledge, media and gender justice, and the relationship between communication and power. It tackles these through advocacy, education, training, and the creation and sharing of knowledge. WACC’s worldwide membership works with faith-based and secular partners at grassroots, regional and global levels, giving preference to the needs of the poor, marginalised and dispossessed. Being WACC means ‘taking sides’.
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World Compassion
World Compassion is a non-denominational, faith-based, international organization founded by Dr. Terry Law in 1969. The mission of the organization is to areas of the world where most ministers of the Gospel rarely go because of political, religious, and/or economic instability.
Their mission is is to take the message of Jesus Christ to nations that are hostile to the Gospel, working with local bodies of believers to support the spiritual and physical transformation of lives.
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World Share
WorldShare works with indigenous partners to create and sustain worshipping churches, which serve the transformation of needy communities.
WorldShare's worldwide partners each exists within its local community, and the vision and direction of their work is truly indigenous.
They have specific communication skills and cultural acceptability which would be much more difficult for any outside organisation to achieve. Their strategies, methods and cost patterns relate to local circumstances. And they are there long-term.
WorldShare assists by providing resources of all kinds, including finance, and by linking them with a worldwide network of experience.

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World Vision UK
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.
Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, World Vision serves alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people.
World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.
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