Five children in Kenya sat in a row on a concrete block, in colourful clothes, smiling to the camera at dusk

Churches in Partnership

Connect your church with a community in need

Becoming a Church in Partnership

As a Church in Partnership, your church family will be connected with a community that needs your love and support. And as you build relationships, you’ll help vulnerable children and families of all backgrounds experience life in all its fullness.

Together you will, pray for each other, write and learn more about one another and even experience the joys of meeting each other.

Take the first step. Contact our Church Team today.

Find out how we can support the vision and mission of your church.

What you’ll get out of being a Church in Partnership is a wider view of God’s work in the world

Hazel Charlton

Church Leader, West Auckland Vineyard, Co Durham

How will Churches in Partnership benefit your church?

God wants us to be in relationship with Him and each other, so as you bless the most vulnerable children and communities, we know your community will be blessed too.
And throughout the year, there’ll be lots of ways for your congregation to feel and see the transformation your church is helping to make possible.

Bring global mission alive in your church through updates, videos and photos; invitations for church members to join special events and prayer groups; World Vision speakers for your services; and congregational visits to meet and hear from local experts working with the communities you’re helping to support.

Find out how your church can make a lasting impact by partnering with us today.

Why partner with a Christian charity for global mission?

As Christians we are called to respond to the needs of the poor. And that’s often easier when poverty can be seen and heard. But when some of the world’s most vulnerable children and families, our neighbours, live in countries thousands of miles away, it can be hard for busy church leaders to know how best to respond.

Founded on a prayer 70 years ago, World Vision has been blessed to work with communities, donors, churches, partners, and governments to create opportunities for better futures for vulnerable children of all backgrounds living in the world’s toughest places.

Robert Pierce
Let my heart be broken by the things that break the heart of God

Robert Pierce

World Vision Founder and President 1950-1967

Email us about Churches in Partnership

Not found what you’re looking for?

You can contact our Church Team by calling us on 01908 84 10 10 or emailing churches@worldvision.org.uk and one of our team will be in touch in no time. Or find out more about our work with churches below: