At Home


Foodbank-LogoOpen on Mondays and Wednesdays, Foodbank provides emergency food during crisis situations such as redundancy, benefit delays or receiving an unexpected bill. We act as a local collection and distribution point for individuals and families who are referred to us.

Visit Foodbank Website

Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

cap logoCAP provides sound and robust advice (plus a  befriending support service based here at King’s) to people with financial and major debt problems.

Visit CAP Website


make lunch MakeLunch offers free hot lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays during school holidays for families with young children struggling on tight budgets, plus a time to play and chat.

MakeLunch Facebook page


dad and kidsDads&Kids aims to give dads and father figures time and space to spend having fun with their children,and to provide resources to support men in their fathering role.

The Furniture Project

The Furniture Project2Our Furniture Project is currently suspended due to staff injury. Updates will be posted here as they become available. In the meantime, if you have a need for, or wish to donate items, please contact one of the alternative, full time furniture charities in the local area. Click the link below for details.

Furniture Project Alternatives

Restoring Homes / Clearing Gardens

restoring homes paint pots

Our team offers a low key house decorating and/or garden clearing service for the elderly and those with mobility or long term health problems.


baby basics

Working with local community midwives, BabyBasics provides vulnerable women facing financial or domestic hardship with a Moses basket full of essential products for starting life with a new baby.

LifeLine Visiting

lifeline visiting

LifeLine Visiting aims to provide friendship to support isolated, and potentially vulnerable, older people in their own homes.


Timothy and Anna Kalibbala


Timothy and Anna live and work in Kampala, Uganda with Every Life. Timothy is a Ugandan national and has devoted himself to working tirelessly in some of Kampala’s slum communities. Anna is mum to toddler Jonathan but also works one day a week with the social side of a family rehabilitation centre that Every Life are planning to open.

Kalibbala Newsletter Jan17

Every Life website

James and Julie Knight

James and Julie are part of the Every Life team who work in disadvantaged urban communities in Kampala and now London. Julie is a social worker (currently on maternity leave), dealing with the many issues that daily arise in slums, while James makes the most of his photography and design background, heading up Media and Communications.

Edward and Mary Odame


Having studied in the UK over 30 years ago, Edward and Mary returned to their native Ghana where they now lead the vibrant Kings Church Ghana. Their heart is for evangelism and for local church, and they also lead various inter-denominational groups, Bible Schools and a radio ministry.

Rebecca Chapman

rebecca chapman cropRebecca works as a full time missionary in the United States and South East Asia in pursuit of love, freedom and justice, especially for those involved in the sex trade. She is currently serving with Freedom Calling in California.