Mission organisations linked to Stranton and Burbank church Hartlepool
The Breakfast Club Mission to Seafarers Fair Trade
The breakfast club, hartlepool This is a project run by Hartlepool Town Centre Churches Together, staffed by volunteers, including some from Stranton and Burbank. The club offers breakfast and practical help for the homeless and other people in need, each Monday and Wednesday morning. It is based at St Joseph’s Parish Centre, off Grange Road. Mission to Seafarers, hartlepool The Mission to Seafarers is a worldwide Anglican organisation, providing pastoral care and practical help for seafarers of all nations, regardless of race or creed. The local mission covers Hartlepool and North Tees, centred on the purpose-built mission at Seal Sands. Stranton has a close relationship with the mission and several of the congregation work as volunteers there. Fair trade logo Stranton is a Fair Trade Parish. This means that the tea and coffee we serve is fairly-traded, that we promote the use of fair trade products, to help ensure that producers in the developing world get a fair price for their goods. Every month, there is a fair trade stall run by volunteers in church, selling food and other items.

Contact:
Diana Wanduragala
01429 223751
Overseas Missionaries The Kilimatinde Trust Hartlepool Food Bank
Our overseas missionaries, hartlepool Stranton has historically been strongly committed to supporting the work of sharing the good news of Jesus overseas. The church prays regularly for overseas mission, and gives a substantial amount each year to mission agencies. We are linked with a number of particular mission partners:

Tony and Katherine Paton
(Church Mission Society) - SE Asia

Tony and Christine Somervell
(South American Missionary Society) - Paraguay

Pratap and Anitra Sudra (Crosslinks) - Zimbabwe

Chris Smith
(Overseas Missionary Fellowship) - Philippines

Ben and Lisa Bentham
(Intercontinental Church Society) - Chile
The Kilimatinde Trust, hartlepool The parish also has close links with The Kilimatinde Trust, set up to provide support in terms of funding and expertise to the Diocese of the Rift Valley in Tanzania. A number of the congregation have spent time in Tanzania helping with different development projects.

Contact:
Jill Barrett
07790 110086

Website: The Kilimatinde Trust

Clive Hall, Burbank Community Worker, is the Chair of the Hartlepool Food Bank. It aims to provide food to individuals and families who are in crisis. It relies on donations of food, which can be made in church. 

More information from their website: Hartlepool Foodbank

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