Mission Giving 2023

For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care of me, I was in prison and you visited me.  Matthew 25:35-36

Appeals and Mission Giving 2024

LENT APPEAL 2024 – The beneficiary for the St Michael and All Angels Church Lent Appeal will once again be the "Friends of St Annes Hospital, Tiuli" in Tanzania, a charity we have supported for over 10 years which brings much needed medical services to a remote part of Africa. Envelopes for cash and cheques with gift aid forms are attached or available in the Narthex. Cheques should  be made payable to "Friends of St Anne's Hospital". Alternatively, donations can be made through the Church's card reader or made directly through the charity's website: "https://friends-of-st-annes.com/" If you donate this way, please use the opton "Leave a message" as follows ""From a member of the congregation of St Michael's church, Amersham".


Appeals and Mission Giving 2023

This year the Lent Appeal raised £1,441 (excluding gift aid) for the Friends of St Anne’s Hospital, Liuli.

An appeal was also made at the special Coronation Service which raised £250.50 for The Princes Trust.

The Church also gave £500 during 2023 to each of the following charities: the earthquake victims support charity “Samara's Aid Appeal” www.samarasaidappeal.org; The nature-based Health and Wellbeing Charity based in Wendover, “Lindengate” www.lindengate.org.uk and the recently established charity supporting immigrants, especially those from Ukraine, “Chiltern Welcomes” https://chilternwelcomes.org.uk

The sponsored Christmas Tree festival, and supporting events raised £3,300 for “Wycombe Homeless Connection” https://wyhoc.org.uk/

In 2022 over £2000 was raised during the annual Harvest Appeal and was given to the Chiltern Foodbank, based in Chesham. This year the Harvest Appeal is for “Medic to Medic”  https://www.medictomedic.org.uk/ a charity supporting potential medics in East Africa, whose CEO comes from Amersham.


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