Emmaus supports a variety of charities and sponsors two children.
Changing Tunes sends groups of musician into prisons to aid rehabilitation to reduce re-offending. The common purpose of making music creates an environment for prisoners to improve self-esteem, build healthy relationships, and engage in an activity where hard work and perseverance brings rewards.
We help support a musician who goes into our local women's prison.
Link to Changing Tunes
We are a food bank collection point for the Bristol North West Food Bank.
Link to Bristol North West Food Bank
The Crisis Centre Ministries helps the homeless and people affected by drug-addiction in Bristol by running a drop-in café called 'The Wild Goose', putting on course to develop confidence and skills for those who have had addictions and running 'Spring of Hope', a ladies night shelter.
At Harvest time we send boxes of dried and tinned food to the Crisis Centre in Bristol to use in 'The Wild Goose'.
Link to Crisis Centre Ministries
Bristol International Student Centre
Once a year, usually in May, we invite Bristol International Student Centre to bring a group of students who studying in Bristol to the village for a walk and lunch.
Link to BISC
Open Doors supports Christians who are suffering because of their faith. It is active in over 50 countries, supplying Bibles, leadership training and Bible-based literacy programmes.
Link to Open Doors
Rwanda Orphans Project
Started back in 1991, the Rwanda Orphans Project supports around 500 orphans in the capital city of Rwanda, Kigali through a sponsorship scheme. They also run training schools to teach practical skills that can be used to support themselves in the future.
We sponsor Jean Claude (aged 12) and Marie-Louise (aged 22).