Mission Partners of St Julian’s


As many know, at St. Julian’s we give out from what we are given. So 10% of what we receive in St Julian’s is given to a number of organisations that have a local, regional or international impact. This follows the very biblical principle of tithing.

Mission Sunday, held every year (around October) is an opportunity to share with the church family both who we are supporting, and something of the heart of these organisations, all of which have a definite Christian emphasis.

Who are our Mission Partners and how have we allocated our £1,700 this year?

£250 – International – Mercy Ships
£250 – International – Water Aid
£250 – International – Send a Cow
£250 – International – Zane: Zimbabwe a National Emergency
£250 – Regional – The Filling Station Trust
£250 – Local – Julian House
£200 – Local – Bibles for Children at St Julian’s Primary School

Why have we chosen to support these projects?

Our projects have been chosen on the following criteria:

• They are Christian charities/projects helping to further the growth of God’s Kingdom.
• We have direct links with them – there are able to give us feedback on where our money is going.
• We have given on a local, regional and international basis.

How much money do we allocate each year?

We give away one tenth of the income we receive from the previous year. This year our income was £17,000. Our Mission giving for this year was therefore £1,700.

Who decides how we should give this money?

The PCC have delegated this responsibility to the Mission and Outreach Committee whose members are: Pauline Preddy – Chairman, Charles Kerr, Stewart Cole and Jane Street.

My favourite charity isn’t represented, why not?

If you would like money to be given to a particular charity and you feel it fulfils the above criteria, please put your case to the Mission and Outreach Committee who will consider it.