Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counselling charity with a network of 160 centres based in local churches.
These two charities are,
between them, able to give financial help for wide-ranging purposes to
clergy of the Anglican Communion, their widows/ widowers, separated or
divorced spouses and dependent children.
Crosslight Debt Advice is an independent debt and money advice charity. It is part of the William Wilberforce Trust and offers free advice, education, practical assistance and ongoing support. Crosslight has centres in Hammersmith and South Kensington and is experienced in offering advice to clergy.
A source of news, views and information (including grants for holidays).
Free healthcare for clergy of the Anglican Communion, active and retired, stipendiary and non stipendiary, their spouses, widows/widowers and dependent children.
Grants are made to help meet the following categories of need: bereavement, illness, removals, repairs to property, family support to enable children to attend Christian holidays and young people to participate in a ‘ministry experience’ during a gap year before university, other special needs.
Offers modestly priced retreats, accommodation for sabbaticals, and a ‘safe space’ for clergy in times of crisis.
The trustees are grateful to Labyrinth Technology Ltd for their assistance in setting up this site. Labyrinth have a close association with a number of religious organisations in the City of London and are very happy to give help and advice to such organisations and their staff.