Supporting Mission

making the love of God, as revealed in Jesus, known in our community

At All Saints' Church we believe that it is important to support the work of other Christians and Christian organisations as they seek to make a difference around Macclesfield and the world. We do this by supporting them financially and praying for them and their work.

Here is a list of those we support.

Mark and Andrea Hotchkin, are BMS World Mission doctors. They work and minister in a hospital in Bardai, Chad where they live alongside the local people. Through them, lives are being saved and transformed.

Mark and Andrea 'visited' us by Zoom recently to update us on their work and life in 2020. Below you can view the Zoom meeting and see the requests for prayer at the moment.

Cre8. Cre8 is a local Macclesfield charity which has been doing work and providing services for young people for the last ten years. From very small beginnings, Cre8 has grown to be a significant part of the neighbourhood and now employs a number of full and part time staff, as well as volunteers, running a variety of projects and two businesses. Cre8 is based in one of our Team parishes and works with St Barnabas Church on the Moss Rose Estate.

Silklife Foodbank. The foodbank is run by Silklife Church in Macclesfield. They work in partnership with local frontline agencies to provide emergency food support to people and families who would otherwise go hungry.

ROAR. Reach out and Recover (ROARis based in Macclesfield and provides 24-month residential support for those people who may be lost in addiction, in-life, fighting childhood trauma, homelessness and/or mental health woes. They support people to believe, achieve and succeed.

Hope in North East Cheshire. Hope incorporates Churches Together in Macclesfield and Bollington, and is affiliated to Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, Hope was established in 2009 bringing together some thirty-nine Churches of many denominations in Macclesfield, Bollington and the surrounding villages. It encourages shared initiatives in mission and service and organises joint gatherings for worship and prayer. It also responds to requests for information, help and funding, working closely with many voluntary organisations and the statutory authorities.

Messy Church. Messy Church is a way of being church for families and others. It is Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration. All Saints' Church has it's own Messy Church family which is affiliated to the national organiation and recieves support and advice from them. We contribute to their national appeal.

Children's Society. The Children's Society is a national charity working to transform the hopes and happiness of young people facing abuse, exploitation and neglect. Many churches support this charity by holding an annual Christingle service, but we usually have a collection for them.

Royal British Legion. The Royal British Legion is at the heart of a national network that supports our Armed Forces community. Each year we usually support this charity through the Popy Appeal. In 2020 our church building was closed due to the coronavirus second lockdown so we gave a donation.


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