Christian groups and organisations associated with Churches Together in Farnham. Follow the links to their web-sites to learn more:
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ACORN Christian Healing Foundation
The Acorn vision is to equip the church through teaching, training and resourcing to bring Christ’s health of body, mind and spirit to all people, individuals, relationships and communities. Acorn Christian Foundation was founded as the Acorn Christian Healing Trust in 1983 by Bishop Morris and Anne Maddocks. Acorn Christian Healing Foundation is a Registered Charity (No.108011).
More from the ACORN web site at www.acornchristian.org
Christian Aid Farnham
The national charity “Christian Aid” had its origins in the 1940s as “Christian Reconstruction in Europe”. In the subsequent 60 years, donations have been sought to fight poverty, strengthen the poor and turn hope into action across the world. The Chairperson of the Farnham group is Karen Fewster 01252 795169. Christian Aid is a Registered Charity (No.1105851).
For coming events from Christian Aid in Farnham PLEASE CLICK HERE.
More from the Christian Aid web site at www.christianaid.org.uk
Farnham ASSIST is a Christian organisation which has supported older people since 2002. In 2017, ASSIST was granted the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. We listen when people tell us what they would like, then we see about making things happen. With ASSIST you can enjoy a lunch, learn new computer skills or simply get together with one of our volunteers for a cup of tea and a chat. You will always find a warm welcome waiting at our centre at No.7 St.George’s Yard Farnham.
Farnham ASSIST is a Registered Charity (No.1135187) - web site at www.farnham-assist.org.uk. You can download the latest copy of ASSIST’s prayer letter from the following link.
|Farnham ASSIST Prayer Letter |
— October 2018
|PDF format |
File size 433,370
Farnham Christian Community Trust (FCCT)
FCCT is a charitable trust whose primary commitment is to serve the local body of Christ by supporting and facilitating individuals and teams in Christian action worship and mission. The supported projects and activities come from Christians in the town, who have ownership of their own projects. FCCT offers a legal framework and range of support services. Farnham Christian Community Trust is a Registered Charity (No.1079778).
More from the FCCT web site at fcct.support
An initiative set up by Christians from several Farnham churches, Farnham Foodbank helps alleviate the unavoidable delay between people suffering emotional or financial crisis, and state support becoming available. You can download a copy of Farnham Foodbank’s latest news letter from the following link.
|Farnham Foodbank — April 2016 Newsletter ||PDF format |
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More from the Farnham Foodbank web site at www.farnham.foodbank.org.uk
Farnham & District Bible Society Action Group
The Bible Society exists because millions lack the Bible in a language they can understand, in form they can use or at a price they can afford. At the same time, millions still have no understanding of the Bible’s value for them and their communities. The local group organises walks and other events to bring people together. The Bible Society is a Registered Charity (No.232759).
More from the Bible Society web site at www.biblesociety.org.uk
Farnham Trading Estate Chaplaincy
Canon John Evans holds the role of Chaplain to the Farnham Trading Estate. Workplace Ministry seeks to witness to the many small firms on the trading estate, being seen in the working environment and taking every opportunity to show when God and his people care for those who work there. He reports it is particularly encouraging when practising Christians among the workforce make themselves known; and rewarding when someone without a commitment to a faith — or even to a social support system — confides some need, trouble or joy.
Friends of Alton Abbey
The “Friends of Alton Abbey” was established in 1980 as a Registered Charity (No.284876). Its purpose is to raise funds to support the charitable work of Alton Abbey and, in particular, contribute to the costs of projects which the Community is unable to finance but which are essential to their life of witness and service.
The Abbey has existed since 1895 as the home of a community of men following the Benedictine way of life within the Church of England. The Community was founded some ten years earlier on work among merchant seamen in foreign seaports, undertaken by Father Charles Plomer Hopkins. Since his death in 1922, the Community’s work has developed a greater emphasis on the monastic rather than the active apostolate, with the Liturgy of the Hours at the core of communal life. You can find more information on events at Alton Abbey from the following link.
|Alton Abbey — What’s On |
- Alton Abbey: http://www.altonabbey.com
- “Friends of Alton Abbey”: http://altonabbey.com/friends-of-alton-abbey
Surrey Faith Links
Surrey Faith Links was initiated in 2009 by the Communities Engagement Team of the Church of England Diocese of Guildford in partnership with Surrey County Council. The aim is to build good relationships between Faith organisations and other sectors, particularly local authorities, public services and voluntary and community groups, so that together they may better serve the people and places of Surrey.
|Surrey Faith Links — November 2018 Newsletter ||PDF format (large file!) |
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More from the Surrey Faith Links web site at surreyfaithlinks.org.uk.