MBC
Mighty Oaks Morpeth baptist church
Mighty Oaks exists to serve the community by giving free coffee to anyone and everyone. There is no hidden agenda or long-term business plan; we are quite simply local Christians who wish to demonstrate God’s love through practical service.
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Nepal Leprosy Trust

NLT is a family of Christian organisations based in Nepal, Ireland and the UK. Our goal is to eradicate leprosy in Nepal and to help people affected by leprosy, and their families and communities, to lift their lives out of poverty and disadvantage and enjoy health, well being and respect. We achieve this through medical treatment, social education and village development projects, targeting individuals, small groups and wider communities. The methods we use are well proven internationally, and our programme outcomes are statistically measurable. We have been working for over 45 years in Nepal, in partnership with other organizations working with leprosy, and in partnership with the Nepal Government.
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Safe Families for Children is a national Christian charity that empowers, equips and enables the church to support families in their community who are going through a difficult time. We work hand-in-hand with the local authorities, who refer families to us, to ensure we are delivering the best help we possibly can. Whether coming alongside parents and carers, taking children out to the park or even opening up your home to short term accommodation for children, there is a role for everyone. Our volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds: some are 18, others are 80; some work full-time, others are retired; some have 4 children, others have none. The whole church family are invited to get involved and make a real difference. We’ve already seen the amount of children going into the care system reduce by 16% as a direct result of our amazing, everyday volunteers - why not join in with what God’s doing and see how you can get involved?
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ICC morpeth baptist church
International China Concern is a Christian development organisation dedicated to changing lives by bringing love, hope and opportunity to China’s abandoned and disabled children. Their three main areas of mission are: To Give Life to the most vulnerable children in China; To end abandonment by educating and supporting families raising children with disabilities; and to share values with local staff and volunteers in China.
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Christian Adventure Holidays

Christian Adventure Holidays provide affordable summer activity weeks for young people, aged 12 to 17, at Bassenfell Manor, situated in the Lake District. The focus of these weeks is to encourage Fun, Friendships and Faith. The volunteer leaders are professionally qualified in specific outdoor activities and have an enthusiastic passion for Jesus Christ.
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The Mustard Tree Trust was founded in 2002. We are a Christian charity with an emphasis on children and young people. The Trust is managed by a board of trustees and employs one full-time youth worker, one part-time youth worker, one part-time children's worker and a part-time administrator. We affirm the 8 principles of good RE as outlined in the Religious Education Council's code of practice. Lifepath is a Scripture Union project that gives local Christians a chance to serve their local schools by putting on an event for them to attend. The event offers Year 4 pupils the opportunity to explore the Christian Faith through the "Lifepath" of a well-known Christian from the local area. Lifepath has run at Brinkburn Priory in Northumberland since 2011. In 2018 we had 519 children from 18 schools across Northumberland attend the event.
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The food bank serves those in financial hardship who have been referred to us by one of our many referring professional organisations and individuals. Throughout the past year Wansbeck Valley Food Bank [WVFB] has been able to supply something in excess of 13,000 day’s-worth of food to local residents. And if that figure is difficult to grasp then imagine that every day last year, thirty-six people received a full days supply of food which adds up to almost 40,000 meals!
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We believe that we should be good news in our local community and in the wider world. These are some of the things which MBC supports and in which many members and friends are actively involved.

We support outside mission’s agencies who our members are actively involved with in action and prayer. And we encourage our members to be as informed and involved as they can.

Not having our own building has its pros and cons. One of the disadvantages is that it’s hard to host our own events, but we try to be creative in what we do. Many of our members are active in the work listed here. And we are in a period of missional listening asking the community what we can do to serve them.

Our members are also involved in their own frontline mission in hospitals, schools, businesses, choirs, panto societies, art clubs, cycling, allotments etc. All sharing the love of Jesus day-by-day with those they meet.