The Lee Abbey Christian Community is here to renew and refresh you as you meet with God on the spectacular North Devon coast, whether for a retreat, a fun family holiday or a church weekend away.
Imagine a Conference and Retreat Centre nestling in woods next to a Stately Home, surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and parkland, with an exquisitely beautiful chapel in its midst. The whole place is steeped in peace and tranquillity. No traffic noise, only birdsong! Yet, it is only 12 miles from Bath and is easy of access, with ample free car parking on site.
We are an independent Christian charity which helps individuals, organisations, charities, faith and community groups to protect vulnerable people from abuse.
Good News is a great value eight-page monthly evangelistic newspaper used by churches and missions across the country. Full of dynamic testimonies and celebrity interviews, it's an ideal bridge into your community with the Gospel.
Holy Socks, the Christian gift company making a big impact. From Biblical Brollies, Glory Gold Balls, and the thing that started it all - Holy Socks!
Blazing Grace is a ministrystarted in 2000 to help men (and women, who struggle too) break free from porn and adultery, and wives heal from the damage it causes in their heart.
Rev Clive McKie, has developed these meditations through his ministry in the Church and in prison chaplaincy. In 2018, Taketime received funding from the Methodist Church of Great Britain to allow Clive and a part-time Project Administrator (Elizabeth) to develop Taketime for the next three years, with a view to it becoming self-funding, The project includes training Churches, Fresh Expressions of Church, Schools, Prison Chaplaincies, Armed Forces Chaplaincies, Hospital and Hospice Chaplaincies in how best to use Taketime meditations in their situations.
The Water Lily Project is a registered Christian charity that predominantly supports vulnerable women in crisis. This may be a temporary crisis such as an acrimonious divorce, bereavement, illness etc. Or it could be something more long term such as mental health issues, self-harming, domestic violence and abuse, addiction or financial difficulties.
We are part of ‘Cycling Without Age’ a non-profit global initiative, founded in Copenhagen in 2012. England has a growing number of local chapters, many of which came about through the power of social media sharing. Each local chapter is run by volunteers with our guiding principles of generosity, slowness, storytelling, relationships and without age.
The aim of the project is to tackle extremism by ensuring there is a consistent approach to the services provided to victims of hate crime.