How We Help Others

We help and support many charitable organisations

As a church charity we help and support many charitable organisations both in our local community and worldwide.

Christian Aid Week

To read more about this year’s Christian Aid Week appeal and how you can make a donation, go to this page Christian Aid Week

Rainbow Haven

Rainbow Haven in East Manchester, offers drop-in sessions, benefit advice, language classes, food and support for refugee families and asylum seekers. It’s based at St Paul’s with St John’s United Reformed Church, Gorton. We regularly send them donations of food and toiletries as well as Christmas gifts of toys and games.  Find out more, visit their website –Rainbow Haven

Giving to our Church Charities

Our church charities chosen by our church members in 2019 – are all local.  Each year we set aside 4% of our income to divide between them, one third each. You can read more here about the three charities we’re currently supporting.

The Oaks
Resettlement Home

At the heart of The Oaks is a Christian vision of transformation and new life for ex- offenders.  The nine-bedroom resettlement home in Wythenshawe supports people who are learning personal and work skills as they progress towards independent living.  To learn more about the this project, visit their website – The Oaks 

macclesfield parkinson's support group
Macclesfield Parkinson’s
Support Group

Macclesfield Parkinson’s support group offers information, friendship and support to those with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. They also organise regular events and social activities.  To find out more visit
Macclesfield Parkinson’s Support Group

Wilmslow Time Out
Support Group

The Time Out Group, based in Wilmslow, is open to all adults with learning disabilities, and offers weekly community-based sports activities plus drop-in sessions in Handforth.
For more information visit Time Out website 

How you can Support Us

We have a number of ways of how you can support our church.
Read more – Support Us