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Our Outward Giving


Methodist Missions

The church has an active Missions Committee raising money and the profile of the three main Methodist Missions Organisations:

Mission in Britain

Methodists for World Missions

Methodist Women in Britain


Action for Children 

Action for Children supports and speaks out for the UK's most vunerable and neglected children and young people for long as it  takes to make a difference in their lives

Church Members have raised money for Action for Children mainly with League of Light boxes they keep at home and fill with there loose change.
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Chipping Barnet Foodbank

We have  financially supported the setting up of the Chipping Barnet Food Bank – which is helping local people who are in crisis and need emergency food support.  We are also collecting food items that can be distributed.



Christian Aid

Christian Aid and it's partners are working to bring an end to poverty around the world - tackling its root causes as well as its effects

The church raised money during Christian Aid week and at other times during the year.


Homeless Action in Barnet

The church regularly supplies its Harvest Gifts to Homeless Action in Barnet along with donations of money.

We have also had church members helping out and supporting the local Winter Night shelter that is organised by the local churches.


Operation Christmas Child

Our Junior Church has for many years been sending Shoeboxes to Operation Christmas Child giving Christmas Presents to the less fortunate around the world.



Neema Educational Trust Kenya

In 1998 our church sent the money to build a school room for the children. There were 37 children then. Now there are 148.link



Noahs Ark Children's Hospice

Noah's Ark Children's Hospice is a dynamic and innovative children's hospice service, providing practical and emotional support to life-limited and life threatened children and their families.

As a church we have sent funds to this local charity.


Wycliffe Bible Translators

Clare Koens one of our past church members and her family are serving with the Wycliffe Bible Translators in Papua New Guinea.  Members of the congregation regularly support this activity.