Growing in God’s love
Sharing it with all
All Saints has a policy of aiming to give 10% of its annual unrestricted income to charities whose aims are in line with the vision and purpose of the church. These are generally decided on an annual basis by the PCC.
is a Sawtry organisation, created by local people in the 1980s in response to needs in the community. It is now responsible for a Friendship Club, the Sawtry Day Centre, Printshop, the Sawtry Car Scheme and runs a Charity Shop in the village.
CARESCO edits and publishes the Sawtry Eye magazine and also host a Christmas Day lunch open to anyone who would otherwise be on their own. It thus provides a very valuable service to the community, especially older people, in a wide variety of ways. Christians from All Saints and the Methodist Church are involved as staff members and volunteers. Please visit their website at www.caresco.org.uk for more information.
is a mission-
is a Christian organisation which has been working to relieve poverty worldwide for more than 60 years. It was started by a group of British and Irish church leaders in the aftermath of World War 2. The first Christian Aid week was held in 1957, and soon after that it started to campaign about the causes of hunger and poverty as well as providing urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great. Christian Aid insists that the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
is an international Christian development organisation, transforming and empowering the lives of people affected by leprosy. It works mainly in 11 countries in Asia and Africa, working closely with staff in these countries to provide and evaluate a range of different projects. The projects help transform the lives of leprosy-
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