St Stephen’s initiates and supports a number of local and international projects. Some of our funds are directed towards these projects annually. If you would like to get involved or support any of these projects, please get in touch.

GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT BREAKFAST

Get the latest news from our Global Engagement partners from around the world at our new Global Engagement Breakfast on Saturday 12 October. To find out more or sign-up >>click here<<

Global Partners – Organisations

To find out more about the organisations St Stephen’s supports have a look below and click through to their websites or get in touch with the contacts.

St Stephen’s partners with Asha, a Christian NGO working to transform lives in over 45 slums in Delhi. We have sent teams annually to Delhi since 2007 to work on Asha projects. Asha has brought health, education and dignity to the lives of more than 300,000 slum dwellers. To find out more contact Amanda Clegg on amanda@thecleggfamily.co.uk.

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Tearfund

St Stephen’s partners with Tearfund, the leading international relief and development charity. Tearfund works in partnership with Christian agencies and churches worldwide to tackle the causes and effects of poverty. Based in Teddington, many of Tearfund’s employees attend St Stephen’s and we support and profile their work. Contact Jyoti Banerjee for more details about St. Stephen’s involvement at jyoti@greenspinach.com

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St Stephen’s partners with SOMA UK, who provide ministry and discipleship resources in partnership with Anglican congregations in Africa and Asia. St Stephen’s teams have visited Kinkiizi in Uganda and Nandyal in India in recent years and will be leading a leadership and management training mission to Athooch Dicocese in South Sudan in January 2019. To find out more contact John Watson at jpwatson.6cpr@outlook.com

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Global Partners – People

St Stephen’s supports the work of long-term partner individuals in Bulgaria, Central Asia, Argentina, Kosovo, Brazil and India – all working to establish churches and initiatives in response to God’s love for His world.