Holy Trinity Claygate supports a number of individuals, families and organisations working in a variety of places outside of Claygate. We support them through prayer, giving, visiting and in other practical ways. We encourage all members of Holy Trinity to become more involved with God’s work outside Claygate.
All welcome to join us at HTC on 22 April at 8pm for one of 6 national events with Tearfund guest speakers to launch the Ordinary Heroes campaign.
The Besom in Esher, Claygate and Chessington has been operational since March 2012. It is a bridge between those who want to give and those in need in the community.
The Claygate Christian Ministry Trust supports the training of men and women for Christian mission, ministry and service.
Gerard and Sarah lived and worked in China from 2001 to 2012. Gerard is now Director of Mobilisation for OMF.
Holy Trinity Claygate sponsors five children in Uganda. Although education is technically free in Uganda, many families cannot afford the cost of transport, boarding, uniforms and books.
The Hunslet Initiative is a partnership of Churches in Hunslet seeking to serve the young people of South Leeds. Young people from HTC have visited the project on several occasions to help the work.
The Jonas Centre in Wensleydale is used for children’s holidays, conferences and training events. The Centre offers residential respite and recreation for carers and disadvantaged families.
The Rhema Partnership in South India provides support for orphan and disabled children, a rural Christian university and church planting ministry and a seminary to equip graduates to serve local communities.
Our mission covers three Christian communities at Akli, Uj Akli and Gyula. Visits provide church members an opportunity to serve and to experience life living with Christian families in remote villages.
The Church Pastoral Aid Society (CPAS) is an evangelical mission agency. Their mission is to enable churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ.