We believe that God loves the world and that this love is actively at work reaching and reconciling the whole of creation to Him.
As a church we seek to support God's mission to the World both locally and globally through our giving, our praying and our involvement.
We currently dontate 10% of our pledged income to spport mission work.
Here is some further information on the different Mission Partners we support. We have a few video's on our Youtube channel if you would like to view them, please click here to view.
USPG (United Society Partners in the Gospel), for over 300 years have been working in partnership with Anglican churches and communities around the world, seeking to share God's love for all people in practical ways. St Peter's is linked with the 'Protecting Health' programme run by the Church of Bangladesh. It includes practical healthcare assistance and community health initiatives, as well as education and social development.
To find out more visit: https://www.uspg.org.uk/
Contact Person - Eleanor Rayden
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Christian Aid has a vision to end poverty, believing that vision can become a reality. It works through partner organisations in about 50 poor countries, with people of all faiths and none. It helps the victims of emergencies such as earthquakes, floods and conflict, as well as working on long-term development plans and building resistant communities.
Christian Aid Week runs each year in May, and it is a time when we focus on our neighbours in other parts of the world
To find out more visit: www.christianaid.org.uk/
Contact Person: Eleanor Rayden
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MAKING GOD'S LOVE VISIBLE: SAT-7's vision is to see a growing Church in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) confident in Christian faith and witness, serving the community and contributing to the good of society and culture.
SAT-7 broadcasts Christian television programmes in the three main regional languages (Arabic, Farsi and Turkish), which are locally made, culturally relevant and produced by and for the people of MENA. These programmes are broadcast by satellite into people’s homes, refugee and displaced people's camps across the region from Afghanistan to Morocco and are not under local government control.
To find out more visit: https://www.sat7uk.org/
Contact Person: Emily Taylor
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Hope into Action is an award-winning charity set up to enable churches to fight homelessness initially in Peterborough, now across the country. Our dream is to change the lives of the most disadvantaged in our society by finding them homes rather than a bed for the night. Our vision is for every church to support at least two people in a vulnerable situation (eg ex-offenders or homeless), in suitable and quality accommodation. It will achieve this by outworking the charity’s mission: ‘to mobilise, unite, and unleash the latent Christian prayer, resources and skills’ on people in vulnerable situations in our country.
To find out more visit: www.hopeintoaction.org.uk/theneed
Contact Person: Fiona Fraser and Lindsey Hipwell
Mothers’ Union are involved in worldwide as well as UK and Ireland projects include prison work, supporting families through healthcare learning and literacy initiatives as well as victims of domestic violence and refugees. There are also many projects worldwide to encourage women to start their own businesses, however small e.g. having chickens so that the eggs can be sold.
To find out more visit: https://www.mothersunion.org/
Contact Person: Elizabeth Megahey
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Chattabox Holiday Club takes place every August, normally in the second week.
Each morning around 100 primary school age children will gather at Oundle C.E. Primary School for a lively time of fun together. Each year there is a different theme which runs throughout the week. There will be crafts, games, dramas, discussions, worship and more. All the morning sessions are led by an amazing team of 70 teenagers and young adults who work their socks off to help the children encounter God and build relationships with each other.
Chattabox presents the churches in Oundle with an amazing opportunity each year to share the Christian faith with children and young people, and to allow these young leaders to use their gifts and talents in God's service, modelling to their peers what it looks like to be a disciple of Jesus.
To find out more visit: www.chattaboxoundle.co.uk
Contact Person: Sian Fytche
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The Children’s Society is working towards a country where all children are free from disadvantage. They have been trusted for over a century to drive change locally and nationally and provide support where it’s needed most. They base this vital work on the experiences of every child they help and the solid evidence gathered. They worked with over 13,000 vulnerable children and young people last year, while the campaign will bring change to more than 3 million.
To find out more visit: www.childrenssociety.org.uk
Contact Person: Sarah Vogt
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Crosslinks enables everyone to take part in God's mission to bring salvation to the ends of the earth. We send people out to help make Christ known and assist Christians back home to play their part in this.
Our particular support is with John and Gillian Robinson and their work in the place of Grace, Bangkok. It is situated in the second largest slum in Bangkok and runs weekly clubs for children and young people. As well as providing a place of safety for children, it runs regular Alpha Courses and Bible Studies
To find out more about Crosslinks visit: www.crosslinks.org/
To find out more about Place of Grace and the Robinsons visit: www.placeofgracebangkok.org/
To find out more visit: www.uep.edu.py/campus/san-andres/
Contact Person: Angela Newell
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