At Everyday Church, we believe that God has called us and equipped us to make a difference in the world. This starts in our local community and goes beyond. In the name of Jesus we are seeking restoration as we serve the people around us.
Everyday Tuesday from 12pm-2pm our team supplies emergency food to local people in crisis. You can help by bringing non-perishable to the church building on Sundays and /or join our Foodbank team on Tuesdays.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
Our teams regularly run free CAP Money and Lifeskills courses at regular intervals in the church. These courses make money management simple no matter what your financial status. CAP Life skills gives delegates the opportuntiy to learn skills which address the pressures of money management and living within a budget.
65+ Afternoon Tea
We invite our members, neighbours and friends in our community aged 65+ to our monthly afternoon tea party from 2:30pm-4:30pm for great conversations and social interaction. Volunteer to help host and/or donate a bake for these special occassions, and invite guests with our flyers.
Merton Street Pastors
Merton Street Pastors are ordinary Christians from local churches, motivated by the love of Jesus to go out to patrol the streets of Merton once a month on Fridays from 9pm - 3am. We always invite more people to support and/or volunteer with us. Come and observe us for one night to see if this is for you!
Faith in Action Homeless Drop-in Centre
Vounteer to serve at this drop-in centre for the homeless and vulnerably housed every Wednesday and/or Friday 10am - 3pm. These are mainly men, and a few women, for whom little other help is available. About half of them are sleeping rough.
Compassion Child Sponsorship
Through Compassion we partner with churches worldwide to sponsor some of the poorest children in the world so that they have access to food, health, and education. Your letter writing is a chance for your sponsorde child to hear about the hope of Christ. In Kenya we sponsor more than 100 children.
Women's Refuge Homes
Our befrienders support women and children escaping domestic abuse, human trafficking, who now temporarily live in safe houses. This is an opportunity for the women of Everyday Church to have a positive impact on the lives of vulnerable women and children.
A21 Abolishing Human Trafficking
"When a lot of people do a little, it adds up and makes a difference." - Christine Caine, A21 Founder. Through participating in our education and local initiatives you can take action against human trafficking in our local community.