Helping make a difference
As part of our commitment to bring God’s love, care, compassion and concern to our world we seek to partner with charitable organisations who share our core aims and beliefs. We hold to the biblical principle of tithing (setting aside 10% of our planned regular income). This money is used to support our chosen charitable organisations as we prayerfully support and seek ways to partner with them, learning from each other, as we journey together.
This area of ministry is overseen on behalf of the PCC by the Partnership Team who provide encouragement and support to the members of the congregation who champion the chosen charitable organisations. They also help the church through the selection process as we aim to have an initial 2 year partnership with each chosen Charity. Our 'Champions' are the key link between the Church and each charitable organisation, helping us to fully engage in and through these partnership opportunities.
Find out all that our Champions have been up to and how you can help make a difference... SJB Partnership Newsletters
Our Current Partnerships
Teenage Cancer Trust
Having cancer at a young age comes with its own particular set of challenges. The Teenage Cancer Trust put the needs of young people first and allow them to face those challenges together. More nurses are needed to expand its reach. For every young person the charity helps, there’s another it can’t.More →
Camberley Youth For Christ
is a Christian youth work charity, who want to see young people’s lives changed by Jesus. They do this by bringing the Good News relevantly to young people in and around Camberley and the Surrey Heath area. A big part of their work is giving student pastoral support and running mentoring programmes, active-listening, anger management and self-esteem group courses.More →
Connect Counselling Service
Connect is a counselling service offering help and support to individuals, couples and families experiencing a range of problems, such as anxiety, depression, inability to cope, relationship issues, bereavement and more.More →