Woodlands Evangelical Church supports a number of other Christian organisations both locally and globally and a few of these are listed here.
In and around Derby
Grace Church Hilton is a group of Christians who live, work, grow and reach out as a church community in Hilton, a village just outside Derby.
Urban Life is a community made up of people from various backgrounds and different nationalities who follow Jesus Christ and who live in the city of Derby. The community is based at the St Chads Centre in Normanton.
Upbeat Communities was founded in response to the needs of refugees arriving in the UK and the stories they shared of their lives and their journeys. Through building relationships with those from refugee communities we were able to identify their needs and the best ways to respond. Upbeat Communities works with and supports people whatever their faith, religion or beliefs.
Derby City Mission is a christian charity in Derby with nearly 30 years of experience. DCM started supporting the homeless, poor and needy in 1989, founded initially as a debt advice service and were the first food bank nationwide.
Safe Families is a charity that works with 35+ local authorities around the UK. Safe Families offer hope, belonging and support to children, families and care leavers; we do this primarily, but not exclusively, with and through local churches.
IFES shapes lives and develops student leaders all around the world. They support locally-led student movements in over 170 different countries.
UCCF is a federation for University Christian Unions and is passionate about students reaching students with the good news of Jesus.
For over seventy years in the UK the Gideons, now “Good News for Everyone!”, have been placing Bibles and New Testaments in hotels and hospitals and giving New Testaments to school pupils, nurses, armed forces cadets, etc. Each copy of Scripture points the reader to Bible readings that are relevant to many of the situations that many of the readers face.
Tearfund is a Christian charity which partners with churches in more than 50 of the world’s poorest countries. They tackle poverty and injustice through sustainable development, by responding to disasters and challenging injustice. They believe an end to extreme poverty is possible.