Open on Mondays and Wednesdays, the key aim of Foodbank is to provide food boxes from our church building in Raans Road to individuals and families in need who arereferred to us. Trussell Trust foodbanks do invaluable work in providing a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
CAP is a Christian based charity who are able to give you free debt help in your home. They help anyone regardless of religious beliefs, race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or disabilty. Our small team in King’s Church Amersham provides a befriending support service that sits alongside the advice of the debt expert. If you have need in this area, please give us a call.
Many of the children who are eligible for and receive free school dinners during term-time go hungry in the school holidays. Make Lunch offers free, mainly hot, lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays during school holidays for children eligible for Pupil Premium (and their carers) and a time to play and chat. To find out more, visit their Facebook page by clicking the button below.
Dads and Kids Together
Aiming to support dads in their fathering role, this project gives dads, father figures and their children opportunities to spend time together having fun and provides resources for them to use. Bacon butties for dads too!
The Furniture Project
A small team of committed staff and volunteers, who are motivated by the need to provide good quality re-usable household items to people in need, runs our Furniture Project. If you wish to donate or are in need of furniture, please read the Furniture Project Guidelines before contacting us. Please contact us if you would like to join the team of volunteers.
Restoring Homes / Clearing Gardens
This service provides a low-key house decorating and/or garden clearance service for people in need. Please get in touch with us if we can help.
Working closely with local midwives, this service aims to provide vulnerable women facing hardship with the essential equipment, clothing and toiletries needed for life with a new baby, all presented in a Moses basket.
Through visits in their own homes, and working in partnership with Age Concern Amersham, this project provides a befriending service for those older or vulnerable people in the community who rarely have contact with the outside world.
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.
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 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.