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Some of the organisations we support or work with
Each year our
In 2017 we are supporting:
International - Christian Aid, supporting people of all faiths and none to rise out of poverty.
National - RETT UK providing professional support to people living with Rett syndrome, which effects mainly girls and produces profound and multiple physical and communication disabilities.
Local – Brighton Voices in Exile, Support for asylum-seekers and refugees.
In 2016 we supported:
International - Hellen’s Shelter, based in northern Uganda, a shelter for women and children victims of domestic and cultural violence. See below.
National - Alzheimer’s Society - We are now a dementia friendly church.
Local - Seaford Downs Syndrome and Special Needs Support Group – www.seaford-dssnsg.co.uk/
In 2015 our Charities were:
International: The Shalom Children’s Home, Karunalaya,
National: Fishermen’s Mission. Providing emergency assistance to our fishermen and their families
Local: Carousel; supporting people with learning disabilities and Clock Tower Sanctuary; crisis assistance for young people.
This has been supported for several years by Deacon Helen, who writes below.
I first visited Hellen's Shelter,
By the time I visited again in the following summer Joseph Kony had moved over the border to
Many of the young girls at the shelter have babies of their own, often the result of rape. Hellen calls them child mothers.
The Shelter is now well established, with other agencies and charities bringing children, especially girls to Hellen for help. She has a meagre Ugandan police pension and so relies on donations from well-wishers On my last visit in 2012 Hellen was housing 16 young girls, 12 of whom had babies. I took a small team of people and enough money to buy a 4x4 vehicle, which was badly needed.
Her appeal to me recently was for help with her leaking roof, which is why I have arranged this Race night.
Some of the young girls in dresses made at the shelter and dolls made by a
Thank you, Deacon Helen More on Helen's Shelter
Charities we have supported in earier years
Churches we visit
Members of the congregation regularly visit Churches elsewhere in the UK or overseas. Some of those are listed here for others that may visit a location. If you regularly worship at another Church please email Peter Rose so that a link can be added to this page.
Paphos, Cyprus, Agia Kyriaki. One of three churches that make up the Anglican Church of Paphos, the 15th century Church is located close to the Pillar against which St Paul is reputed to have been flogged during his travels in Cyprus.
Diocese of Chichester
Church of England - A Christian presence in every community
A Church Near You - find a local Church when you are visiting
Mothers' Union - is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide. Follow this link for our branch.
We support the work of Brighton and Hove Street Pastors.