WORLDWIDE

"An Eye on the World"

Here at GCC we seek to have an eye on the world, praying for situations, crises an individuals across our hurting world. We do also pray specifically for fellow believers who are being persecuted in many countries.

One tenth of the church's total income is split between three nominated missions. However, last year 27% of our expenditure was towards giving to groups and individuals who would benefit from financial support. 

"To God be the Glory!"

Caring For Life (Leeds)

A fantastic ministry right on our doorstep! CFL has been faithfully "sharing the love of Jesus" since 1987 with vulnerable people from many different backgrounds. 

By providing housing, supported living, therapeutic activities and much more. This ministry has seen many lives transformed and many people come to faith in Christ. 

Morning Star (South Africa)

Under the leadership of Joan Adams, this ministry in South Africa has been helping children suffering from HIV and AIDS for many years, very often saving the lives of poorly children. By providing education, nutrition, work experience, family support, as well as much more, this ministry truly  transforms lives!

Richard and Linda (Albania)

Our dear friends Richard and Linda have lived and served in Albania for over twenty years now. They are involved with church leadership and supporting local leaders, as well as meeting the needs  of some extremely vulnerable people in this very poor country. Their work is literally changing lives on a daily basis.

Stephen and Catherine (Congo)

This couple are working in partnership with the missionary organisation, WEC International, and the church based local town. Stephen and Catherine McGoldrick are based in Burundi, with links in DR Congo as well. They serve in a variety of ways; reaching out to the community around them, working with local people in the local languages, producing gospel literature, helping with youth events, discipleship & much more! Their dream is "to see a generation raised up, serving God, passionate about Jesus".

"An Eye on the World"

Here at GCC we seek to have an eye on the world, praying for situations, crises an individuals across our hurting world. We do also pray specifically for fellow believers who are being persecuted in many countries.

One tenth of the church's total income is split between three nominated missions. However, last year 27% of our expenditure was towards giving to groups and individuals who would benefit from financial support. 

"To God be the Glory!"

A fantastic ministry right on our doorstep! CFL has been faithfully "sharing the love of Jesus" since 1987 with vulnerable people from many different backgrounds. 

By providing housing, supported living, therapeutic activities and much more. This ministry has seen many lives transformed and many people come to faith in Christ. 

Under the leadership of Joan Adams, this ministry in South Africa has been helping children suffering from HIV and AIDS for many years, very often saving the lives of poorly children. By providing education, nutrition, work experience, family support, as well as much more, this ministry truly  transforms lives!

Richard and Linda (Albania)

Our dear friends Richard and Linda have lived and served in Albania for over twenty years now. They are involved with church leadership and supporting local leaders, as well as meeting the needs  of some extremely vulnerable people in this very poor country. Their work is literally changing lives on a daily basis.

Stephen and Catherine (Congo)

This couple are working in partnership with the missionary organisation, WEC International, and the church based local town. Stephen and Catherine McGoldrick are based in Burundi, with links in DR Congo as well. They serve in a variety of ways; reaching out to the community around them, working with local people in the local languages, producing gospel literature, helping with youth events, discipleship & much more! Their dream is "to see a generation raised up, serving God, passionate about Jesus".

Marian and Barbara Moisevci are a couple serving the Lord in Romania. They support three men in supported accommodation, several teenage boys on local boarding schools, and many young children in an orphanage. They have a heart to share the love of Jesus in both word and deed and their vision is to open a home for some of these very needy children, seeking to provide them with love and safety in a very difficult country.

© 2019 GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH, LEEDS NORTH.  Charity Reg. 1140281

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