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Our Mission links

Here at All Saints we support a number of local, national and international charities and individuals.  Here is some information about each of the agencies we support.

AIM (Africa Inland Mission)
An international non-denominational mission agency working among the peoples of Africa.

The Bless network exists to transform the lives of people in Europe by empowering Christians through prayer, personal creativity and strategic partnerships to live for the service of others.

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a Christian charitable company in the United Kingdom founded in Bradford, West Yorkshire by John Kirkby in 1996. It is a national organisation specialising in debt counselling for individuals in financial difficulty, including those in need of bankruptcy or insolvency.
The organisation works through a network of regional offices that work in partnership with a local Christian church. Individuals seeking the assistance of the charity give authority to the charity to negotiate with creditors, and the charity will then organise the individual’s finances with the objective of making them debt free within 5 years. The caseworker will create a sustainable personal budget for clients, prioritising basic living needs and offering creditors fair, affordable pro-rata payments as far as this is possible.

Causeway Prospects provides advice, training and resource materials to equip churches for effective ministry and outreach among people dearly loved by God and often marginalised by society. Our own Causeway group is a part of this national Christian initiative for those with learning difficulties.

Church Army’s focus is on reaching out and making the church effective by meeting people where they are; they discover ways of creating fresh and relevant expressions of Christian community.

CMS is an evangelistic mission working to see a world transformed by the love of Jesus. They are inspired by the hope that one day the whole of creation will be restored to a living, loving relationship with God. All Saints has a personal link with Ann Moore.

The umbrella organisation for our CYPECS work, publisher of many useful parish resources, stimulating Biblical
teaching and training across the Church of England. Patron of many parishes in England, helping to preserve an evangelical ministry in many places.

The Gideon’s objective is to share God’s message of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ by personal witness and through placing Bibles and New Testaments into people’s hands. Pupils in most of our local secondary schools are given a Gideon New Testament during their school career.

Kip Aims
• To be the first point of contact for homeless people in Telford whom the Local Authority are not obliged to house.
• To help single homeless people in Telford find accomodation.
• To beat the national target of ‘No Second Night Out’ by engaging with rough sleepers at the earliest opportunity.
• To provide a quality support service, especially to rough sleepers, and provide a safe space at drop-in.
• To ensure that individuals access the appropriate agencies.
• To raise awareness of homelessness by highlighting and recording the numbers of people suffering from homelessness within Telford & Wrekin.
Tel: 01952 256 007

KRASIF AID was founded in May 2008, bringing together an experienced team who, for many years, have been providing help and hope to the people of Bulgaria
The need in Eastern Europe remains great and is only slowly changing for the better.
The most vulnerable are still very much at risk and desperately poor. Many lack adequate health and social care
We work with a number of trusted partners in Bulgaria, and together our focus is to bring ‘Good News to Eastern Europe’
How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news
Isaiah 52:7
‘KRASIF’ is Bulgarian for Beautiful.


The Leprosy Mission is a leading international Christian organisation, active in over 50 countries, with a vision or a world without leprosy and a passion to eradicate the causes and consequences of leprosy.

Man in place is passionate about accommodating the homeless, but in addition to offering safe and comfortable accommodation we are driven by the desire to support the most marginalised of society.  We do not see Homelessness as being the end of the road, but more the start of a new life journey.
Thanks to the support of private sector landlords throughout the Telford & Wrekin borough, we provide 74 units of accommodation to those who find themselves homeless or sleeping rough on the streets.  Our staff go the extra mile to welcome people into a safe and comfortable environment offering security and stability to people who often live in a chaotic lifestyle.


Jeremy Dillon from All Saints is working as a St Chad’s volunteer in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Background Information
Enabling young people (18-35) through the St Chads Volunteer Programme, to go to our Companion Dioceses and to come here on 6-12 month placements (pdf).
St Chad’s volunteers may work with children… and young people… those with disabilities… help in outreach projects amongst stateless migrants… share in lively worship… see ‘church’ as they have never known before… enjoy new experiences and travel.
Set up as our diocesan Millenium Project by the Bishop of Lichfield and the Dean of Lichfield Cathedral.  St Chad’s Trust supports young people and receiving churches in this country and overseas, enabling them to share in this life-changing and life-enhancing programme.  The Trust is vital to St Chad’s Volunteers, but it needs your support!

Contact Details
The Director of World Mission – The Revd Philip Swan
The World Mission Office, The Small Street Centre, 1a Small Street, Walsall, WS1 3PR
Tel: 07857 703303 or 01922 707860

Rachael Orrell, CEO says “We aim to bring faith through the arts to life and we believe theatre is an incredible medium – both to creatively communicate God’s story and to spark hope and purpose.  We aim for excellence and believe in the power of story, and use it to make a real difference for the good.”
We have a great team made up of 11 actors, 2 technicians and an office admin team of 7 people who want to grow in their gifting and be used to make a positive difference in our world today.
Tel: 01384 454800

Short term accommodation for young people is provided in Telford. It is part of the work of Telford Christian Council but is dependent on funding from social services and voluntary donations.


Tearfund is a Christian relief and development agency working with a global network of local churches to help eradicate poverty. Tearfund’s ten-year vision is to see 50 million people released from material and spiritual poverty.

Yellow Ribbon UK is a project to help ex-offenders re-establish themselves in the community through mentoring and befriending.
We meet our clients in prison, listen to them and build a relationship. We try to make the difference that makes people want to change their way of thinking and ultimately their lives.
Yellow Ribbon UK
Admaston House, Wellington Road
Admaston, Telford, TF5 0BN
Telephone: 01952 878592

The YMCA is a leading Christian charity committed to supporting all young people, particularly in times of need. We continue our links with the Wellington branch.