Having a global perspective we are delighted to have friends all around the world. They are all in our thoughts and prayers and some we are able to financially support. These include:
On a more local front, our partnership with the other churches in the town leads to joint projects with Christians Against Poverty, a Trussell Trust Foodbank and prayer weeks partnering with 24-7 Prayer amongst other things.
Open house our community café is a weekly connection point for many people who need the support of each other.
Living Waters helps and supports various different organisations and charities in the UK and abroad.
Reviving the church, rewiring the culture
Today, 24-7 Prayer is an international, interdenominational movement of prayer, mission and justice; a non-stop prayer meeting that has continued for every minute of this century so far, in over half the countries on Earth.Visit 24-7 Prayer
We are on a mission to release thousands of families from grinding poverty through award winning debt counselling and community groups. By equipping and empowering local churches to reach out on their doorsteps, we’re bringing hope to over 21,500 families every year.Visit Christians Against Poverty
Serving Persecuted Christians
Open Doors is an international ministry serving persecuted Christians and churches worldwide. We supply Bibles, leadership training, literacy programmes, livelihood support and advocacy services. We also seek to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland to serve Christians living under religious persecution.Visit Open Doors
LIVING WATERS PARTNERSHIP WITH COMPASSION U.K.
Compassion's church-based projects are setting children at a place of importance at the table of Kenya's future. Currently, there are over 80,727 registered children in more than 316 projects since Compassion began work in Kenya in 1980. Kenya also currently has 32 child survival programs and 261 active leadership development programs.Visit Compassion
We believe every community, however remote, should have the essentials for life.
Our vision is to see 'isolated people physically and spiritually transformed in Christ's name.'Visit MAF
A national landmark of hope.
The Wall of Answered Prayer will be a monumental piece of public art. It will be built near Coleshill Manor alongside the M6 and M42 motorways on the outskirts of Birmingham, UK.Visit The Wall
Together making Jesus known.
Since 1846 we have been dedicated to serving the UK church, uniting evangelicals to make Jesus knownVisit Evangelical Alliance
Kintsugi Hope is a charity based in the UK striving to make a difference to people's emotional and mental wellbeing. As a church we have partnered with Kintsugi Hope to offer their Wellbeing Groups to youth and adults.Visit Kintsugi Hope
Bringing Christian Hope and Wholeness to Children and Young People since 1834
Orphan care spanning three centuries from 1834, through the 19th, 20th and into the 21st Century, bringing prayer and care together to transform lives and shape communities.Visit Mullers
We also get involved with helping people who are on our doorstep here in Clevedon, Nailsea, Yatton etc.
The Trussell Trust supports communities and churches to open foodbanks across the UK.
We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.Visit CLEVEDON DISTRICT FOODBANK
CTiC exists to support local churches to work together and develop healthy ... all share a common purpose: to demonstrate the love of Jesus to all in Clevedon.
Whilst the churches all meet in different locations and express faith in different styles, they all share a common purpose: to demonstrate the love of Jesus to all in Clevedon. We would really welcome you to share in what God is doing and join us at one of our churches.Visit Churches Together in Clevedon
When: Sun 9th May 10:30am - 11:00am
During this Sunday we will be hearing from someone within the church, this will be a prerecorded session that you will be able to find on the living waters Facebook page.
The idea of a Bubble Sunday is that after listening to the service then we have a chat with somebody about what we have heard. This is a great way of connecting with others may be via Zoom or Facetime although we realise during lock-down this can be tricky.
There will be no coffee zoom today.
Not sure how to find us? Get in touch.
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