Mission at St. Paul's

St Paul’s is deeply committed to sharing the good news of Jesus with others, through our individual witness, our church programme (with a particular focus on outreach every autumn) and our support for a variety of mission partners.  We give at least 10% of our annual income to mission work in this country or overseas, and also demonstrate our support through prayer, personal involvement and practical help.

Our current mission partners:

Carwyn and Reninca Hill lead Hope Health Action (HHA), formerly the Haiti Hospital Appeal: Carwyn and Reninca live locally, and members of St Paul's have been out to Haiti to see the work for themselves.

Ben Nicholson heads up Tearfund's work in Zimbabwe, where he and Véronique live in Harare with their children Amandine, Zélie and Cléa. You can read about the work here:">

Paul and Helen Hutchinson are based in Derby after many years as our mission partners in China and Hong Kong. They are regional co-ordinators for WEC in Central England, working with other agencies and organisations to inspire and encourage world-wide mission.

Oxygen, a youth outreach project working in schools, estates and communities across the Borough of Kingston. We are particularly delighted by Oxygen's presence on the Kingsnympton estate in our parish. Keep in touch at

The Insight team take lessons and assemblies in local primary and secondary schools and run a lunchtime club at St Paul's School. See We also help fund UCCF's work in the universities in southwest London.

Tearfund, bringing hope and life to some of the world’s poorest people, and linking churches across the globe. Several members of St Paul's work for Tearfund. Find out more at

Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness (KCAH) helps the homeless and those struggling with accommodation issues, and also promotes public awareness of housing services and needs. See

The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East supports the work of St George’s Church in Baghdad, but also many refugees who have had to flee Iraq for safer areas.

Street Pastors patrol Kingston town centre at night offering care and help to anyone who's vulnerable or in difficulty. St Paul's members are on the team. More at

Christian Solidarity Worldwide speak up for persecuted Christians around the world. They are widely respected for their advocacy work, sharing news and seeking influence in the political arena. See