Mission

The whole church taking the whole Gospel to the whole world - Christ Church's involvement in world mission. As a church we support six mission organisations spread through the UK and the rest of the world and covering all aspects of Christian mission work. We also provide support under the World Mission programme to members of our own congregation who, either long term or short term, are involved in mission work outside the parish. There are links below giving more information about these different organisations and individuals.



 Church Army Logo
Church Army
WWW.CHURCHARMY.ORG.UK
Church Army Bus
The Church Army is a UK based organisation within the Anglican church supporting local churches in evangelism and training.

Alan Park, himself homeless for seven years, is reaching out to the homeless in Chesterfield using a double-decker bus
CMS Logo
 
Church Mission Society (CMS)
WWW.CMS-UK.ORG

CMS is a mission agency working in partnership with churches in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Established in 1799,the Society's goal remains the same - to spread the Gospel to every part of the world. Our mission partners are Jason and Tracy Day who are seconded to the Overseas Missionary Fellowship and serving in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Mother Union
Mothers Union
WWW.THEMOTHERSUNION.ORG 

The Mothers' Union is a worldwide Anglican organisation, which is concerned with all aspects of Christian family life and marriage. Our support is focused on the Overseas Fund. 
The Oakes
The Oakes Holiday Centre 
WWW.OAKES.ORG.UK

The Oakes Grounds
The Oakes is a Christian holiday centre on the edge of Sheffield to allow 8 - 18 year olds to hear the Gospel message, to be encouraged intheir faith and to enjoy a great holiday.
 Tear FundTear Fund

The Evangelical Alliance Relief (TEAR) Fund is an interdenominational and international Christian relief organisation working through local churches around the world in the fields of development, disaster relief and campaigning. 
 Friends InternationalJenny Hunter

Jenny Hunter is working amongst overseas students with Friends International in Cambridge.
Wycliffe
 
Hazel Gray

Hazel Gray has lived in Dore for many years, growing up as a member of Christ Church. In 2007, having finished studying Mathematics at Bath University, Hazel joined Wycliffe Bible Translators and, after a period of training in the UK, left for Tanzania in January 2008. She finished Swahili language study in June 2008 and then moved to Musoma in northwest Tanzania to start work on language orthography.”