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To see lives changed by Jesus, we also partner with a number of different local churches and organisations.

Friends in Leyton

To see lives changed by Jesus, we also partner with a number of different local churches and organisations.

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Waltham Forest Youth for Christ

Youth for Christ are about seeing young people’s lives changed by Jesus. They seek to do this by showing Jesus in a way which is relevant to every young person in Waltham Forest in places like schools, prisons, churches and local communities through the use of sport, music, the arts and so much more! They demonstrate the love of God, declare who Jesus is, encourage a decision to follow Him and disciple young people to live their lives to the full.


Street Pastors

Street Pastors has trained over 12,000 street and prayer pastors, who have played an active part in strengthening community life and working for safer streets. Currently, more than 300 towns and cities around the UK have a Street Pastors team. Street Pastors offer reassurance, safety and support through listening, caring and  helping. They work together with other partners to make communities safer.

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Worth Unlimited

Worth Unlimited works with young people and families from communities of social deprivation. They work at building supportive lasting relationships where young people and participants feel valued.  Worth Unlimited provides and helps young people engage in positive activities, where they can develop skills and create community.   


Other Waltham Forest Initiatives

Gateway supports a range of local initiatives within the London Borough of Waltham Forest including the following:

- Homeless Night Shelter

- Christian Kitchen

- Food Bank

Friends Overseas

We have long-term partnerships with a number of different individuals and organisations around the world.


Transform Europe Now

TEN Helps Christian nationals in Europe to reach out in evangelism, church planting and compassionate care.

The essence of TEN's work in Europe

  • To partner with local Christians who speak the language, know the culture and stay for the long term

  • Engage in church-based, holistic mission—evangelism, church planting, social action, humanitarian aid and education

  • To encourage church partnerships and short-term mission trips

  • Always serving the needs of the local church and being guided by our national partners rather than prescribing methodology from afar

  • Ensuring that at least 85p in every £1 donated is spent on transforming lives in Europe

  • Constant monitoring to ensure TEN support creates empowerment rather than dependency


Love in Action - Uganda

Love in Action is a Christian organization that seeks to demonstrate God’s love in practical ways, by providing support, education and care for orphans and needy families in Uganda, especially those families affected by HIV/AIDS.


They achieve this by identifying and supporting existing community-based initiatives with funding, advice and resources. They also create new projects to respond to unmet community needs.

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Noor Ministries - Pakistan

Noor Ministries brings a quality Christian education to poor families in the Okara District of Pakistan. The Life Transforming Centre was founded in 2007 and now, with a second school, provides education for nearly 200 children from poor local families. The schools draw students from the local villages and provide the opportunity for poor families to give their children a Christian education and enhance their future prospects in study or employment.

The UK Charity was established in 2011 to send aid to support this work, giving more children the opportunities that a good education brings. It can be contacted via the Facebook account.



Open Doors supports persecuted Christians in over 70 countries where Christianity is socially or legally discouraged or oppressed. They work with local partners to distribute Bibles and Christian literature, give discipleship, training and provide practical support, such as emergency relief aid. Open Doors aims are to raise awareness of global persecution, mobilising prayer, support and action among Christians from around the world. 



We have a number of overseas relationships that have developed both in recent years, as well as long standing relationships.

Our overseas relationships include the following individuals amongst others:

- Noah and Susan in Masaka, Uganda

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