Supported Charities

Each year at St Barnabas Church we try to support up to 12 good causes consisting of, international, national and local charities. Some we support via a special service, for example the Christingle collection goes to The Children's Society, while others might be by special appeal. In addition, once a year the PCC allocate up to 10% of our regular income to charity.

To gain more information on these charities, please click on the individual Logos.

christian aid logo XL mentoring logo childrens soc logo
evangelical alliance logo foodbank logo action for children logo
maf logo through faith missions logo tearfund logo
 help hoima logo urbansaints logo yateley industries logo


  • Mission Aviation Fellowship

    mike nikkiMichael and Nicki Duncalfe work with Mission Aviation Fellowship in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The people of St. Barnabas love Mike and Nicki and fully support their work.

    PNG is an amazingly beautiful country with a hugely diverse mix of peoples and cultures. It is also a country with great needs, some common to developing nations, some due to the rugged geography.

    Mike and Nicki provide loads of information on their website. Click here to read their latest newsletter.

  • Cards From Africa

    chris pageChris Page has a vision for the people of Rwanda. The people of St. Barnabas are united with him in his mission.

    Chris was inspired to set up Cards from Africa by a Kenyan doctor who had started a similar endeavor to generate income for women in a Nairobian slum. Chris teamed up with Rwandan artist Gabriel Dusabe and together they learned how to make paper and create simple card prototypes. Their first employee was a young orphaned woman named Ariette. After one month's time they asked her to bring another friend to train but she brought two! Shortly after, twenty more orphaned youth were trained and the business was born. Their profits are continually reinvested into company operations as well as the lives of their staff. Their hope is to grow to provide steady employment to 300 orphaned young people in Rwanda and to provide a model for sustainable job creation in Africa.

    For gifts to support Chris to enable him to continue to run Cards from Africa, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.