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Kidz klub
canterbury


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Canterbury Kidz Klub (CKK) meets every Saturday during the school term. From a base of about 100 children, 20-30 attend each week. The majority come from unchurched backgrounds and all the families are visited each week. In addition CKK works with the Canterbury Schools Work Trust.

Naomi Kreeger
UCCF Relay Worker

Naomi

Relay is a discipleship and training programme for graduates within a Christian Union context. Naomi will be working alongside Canterbury Christ Church Christian Union to support and encourage them in their mission and outreach as they share Jesus with their course mates and campus. 


friends international

Friends International

As a church we support the work of Friends International, who work among the international student community in Canterbury. We also support the weekly Global Cafe run by Friends International. The staff worker here is Baiba Strause.


Georgie taylor
ywam

Georgie Taylor

Georgie is working with YWAM (Youth With A Mission). It is an international Christian community called to disciple, equip and release people locally, nationally and internationally...transforming lives through knowing God and impacting nations through serving.
 

canterbury christian
schools work trust

Schools

There are a number of secondary schools and many more primary schools in the Canterbury area. CCSWT’s aim is to build long-term relationships with schools, communicate Christian truth to pupils in appropriate ways and support Christians in schools. Schools workers are involved in assemblies, RE lessons and Christian Union groups.  

UCCF
STUDENT WORK, CANTERBURY

UCCF

Christian Unions are mission teams that operate at the heart of university and college campuses.  They are led by students, resourced by Christian Union Staff Workers and supported by the local church. Together, we are reaching students for Jesus. Currently the local staff worker is Chris McBurney.

ALEX EWING
BETEL cHRISTIAN cOMMUNITY, MADRID

Alex

Alex has been working with the Betel Community since March 2014. Betel was started in Spain nearly 30 years ago by a group of WEC International missionaries and now has communities in 24 nations. They work with addicts and marginalised people, caring for them physically, whilst showing them that freedom will only be found in Jesus.