Tewkesbury and Apperley churches are involved in and support different forms of organisations in our mission work both locally and globally.
Focuses on personal stories from people with experience of homelessness who are making positive changes to their life thanks to the hospitality of the Bristol Methodist Centre
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Winchcombe have session where they meet to make the cards out of recycled cards and sell them and Tewkesbury have a number to sell as well. They are particularly busy this time of year.
Cards can be bought from the back of churches.
Having just started, so far we have raised £36. Tewkesbury contact: Christine S
Local Foodbank (T & A)
Tewkesbury, Apperley and Winchcombe churches all support the local foodbanks.
There is a box for donating food at Tewkesbury and Apperley churches.
Useful foodbank contacts Donate food
MHA is a charity providing care, accommodation and support services for more than 18,000 older people throughout Britain.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of older people, inspired by Christian concern. MHA Home page
Open The Book (T & A)
Tewkesbury Methodist Church has a team which presents 'Open the Book' assemblies in two local schools:
Tirlebrook primary every other Thursday, meeting at Tewkesbury church at 9:15 a.m. first.
Alderman Knight special school once every half term at 8:30 a.m.
Apperley Methodist Church is part of an 'Open the Book' ecumenical team.
Serving Deerhurst and Apperley C of E Primary School. Once a week on: Wednesdays at 9.00 a.m.
For more details please contact the 'Open the Book' team via the Contact page.
Global Missions Support
A joint mission partner between the Methodist church and the church of Scotland.
TMC funds a student traning place at the mission centre.
Christian Aid has always been a campaigning organisation as well as a development and emergency relief organisation. This year, as usual, Christian Aid Week is dealing with all three aspects as it focuses on families and communities in Kenya who are coping with drought in areas where rain used to be regular and reliable. Kenya now has a national emergency because the drought is so severe.
In Winchcombe, during Christian Aid Week (10-16 May), we are looking for EVERY PENNY just as in Kenya they are trying to save EVERY DROP of water: so we are planning to use a variety of means to raise money:
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Tewkesbury and Apperley Methodist Churches support the national Christian multi-denominational mission work supporting people around the world, particularly Nepal with the problems of Leprosy, by educating people, providing medical help and medicines. Five things you might not know about leprosy
For more information please contact Gill S via the Contact page.