We aim to model good stewardship, so each year we give away 10% of our income to selected charitable organisations in the UK and abroad. This ministry goes beyond just giving money, we aim to work with four charities and involve our church family so that we become true partners and friends in prayer, volunteering and practical support. See the current charities we support below:
Three Spires Family Support Trust is a registered charity (previously Three Spires Tots) and opened Coffee Tots in 2010, since then it has become a popular place for people to come and relax and meet other parents. Set up and run by parents, we know how challenging and sometimes lonely it can be raising children; the staff and volunteers are there to give a listening ear if needed and offer support and friendship.
There are activities for the children too, we have variety of sessions aimed specifically at babies and pre-school children, such as Cooking Tots, story and song time, baby sensory classes and lots of crafty and messy activities.
St. Peter’s has over the years provided
An annual coach trip to Weston super Mare; Baby clothes and equipment and Baby Boxes for new mums.
If you want to get involved contact our Mission Team member Ann Saxton
ECO Work-Shop CIC. based in Clifford Chambers, Stratford upon Avon providing work based activity sessions for adults who have autism or learning disabilities.
* Work based activities, such as light assembly work, collecting and sorting recyclables, producing items for sale and retail through local markets.
* Opportunities to achieve personal goals and ambitions.
* Support to develop work, life and social skills.
* Participant Centred Plans and achievement monitoring.Varied ^ *Reward activities
If you want to get involved contact our Mission Team member Alex Gunn
IBBA Girls School South Sudan
Aims and Values of IBBA Girls School
We see a once in a generation opportunity to make a practical difference to the education and life chances of girls in South Sudan and Western Equatoria State.
Ibba Girls School aims to provide high quality education for girls aged 10-18+ years. Rooted in Christian values, the school is open and welcoming to people of all faiths and none.
The school aims to educate and empower young women with the values, knowledge and skills for life and work, and for leadership in their local communities, and at all levels in this newest African nation.
To provide a safe, stimulating and supportive environment in which all young people have the freedom and the opportunities to fulfill their unique potential academically, physically, socially and spiritually through dedicated, innovative and enthusiastic teaching and learning.
The school focuses on girls only because few girls get the chance of education – the majority currently drop out around the age of 10. We aim to offer places to all girls who have the potential, whatever their background, status, or income.
To fulfill our aim of combining excellence with accessibility, the school is residential, allowing for girls from a wide catchment area to attend, and to study safely, shielded from domestic duties, early marriage and pregnancy.
We also aim to uplift the quality and performances of the feeder primary schools in the surrounding area by providing additional teachers, training and books; and also to support the existing literacy and adult education classes. We have already funded additional teachers in the main feeder schools.
If you want to get involved contact our Mission Team member Melanie Dowden
Coventry diocese has had a link with Kaduna diocese, Nigeria since 2000. Over the years there has been many projects and Ann and Jim Saxton have been involved since 2005. St, Peter’s involvement with Kaduna has been the following:
Providing children’s books part of the 10,000 sent.
Helping to improve teaching practices in Primary School and in particular the training Agness and Rahila teachers who were part of our church during 2010, and spent time in C of E schools in this area.
Water Wells – Coventry diocese has provided 57 water wells in rural areas in Kaduna diocese and Kineton has sponsored 12 of those wells.
A link was established with St. Christopher’s church in Kaduna and been helpful in prayer and establishing link with Thrive group and equivalent in St. Christopher’s. I is hoped that this can be re-established in the near future.
If you want to get involved contact our Mission Team member Jim Saxton.,
Jim has also continued to support St. michael’s College which Ann and Jim taught in 2005 see college website that Jim provided and continues to support.
Links St. Michael’s College
About St. Peter’s Kineton
St. Peter’s Kineton a house of prayer is an Anglican church in the Edgehill Group of churches, part of Coventry diocese. Providing large variety of services from traditional to ones suited for families and children. Also helping local community with Foodbank; Helping Hands; Meet & Eat; Meeting Point and many more.