COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment.
And the second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourself.
We understand these words of Jesus as a call to action.
As Christians we aim to be compassionate, loving and offer practical help wherever we can. We trust that our services to the community help reflect that.
Community Care Services work in response to requests from referral partners, such as council departments and housing associations, made on behalf of the most vulnerable. However, for more general requests, the church may still be able to help if you call directly.
A national charity which crowdsources small sums of money (up to three payments of £120) for specific emergency needs.
Here is a link to their website if you wish to donate
Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
CAP Provides sound and robust advice (plus a befriending support service based here at King's) to people with financial and major debt problems.
The Furniture Project
The Furniture Project collects good quality furniture to give away free to recipients in the local area who are in difficult financial or domestic situations.
TLG Early Intervention Programme
TLG train volunteers from churches to go into a school weekly for 1 year to work with a particular child, identified by the school as having need for additional 1:1 support. They use fun, creative projects along with TLG's emotional literacy coaching resources to best support the child they are working with.
MakeLunch offers free hot lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays during school holidays to families with at least one primary school-aged child, who are facing tight budgets, plus a time to play and chat. Watch this video to find out more
Restoring Homes & Gardens
Our team offers a low-key house decorating and/or garden clearing service for those unable to do so themselves.
Starter Pack | Mum & Baby
Provision of basic items for vulnerable mothers with new-born babies.
Starter Pack | New Homes
We provide new crockery, cutlery, glasses, kettle, toaster and other kitchen and domestic products for people moving into completely empty premises, often from very challenging circumstances.
St George's Family Food Hub
King’s Church receives donations of non-food items for this work based in Little Chalfont where every day items are available for people facing tight budgets. There is a donation box in the foyer, or you may prefer to use the web link to donate; Baby Wipes, Nappies, Household Cleaning Products, Loo Rolls, Washing Powder/Liquid, Sanitary Wear or Toiletries. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.