London Road supports Christian Aid which seeks to further God’s kingdom by responding to emergencies such as natural disasters, campaigning for social justice internationally, and working in communities to improve education, health, economics, and the justice system.

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We also support Action for Children, the Methodist charity which supports the most vulnerable children in the UK, offering adoption and fostering support, crisis centres, family mediation, support for disabled children, specialist schools, and targeted support for disadvantages young people.

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London Road support Methodist Homes for the Aged, which aims to improve the quality of life for older people across the UK by offering care homes, dementia care, retirement properties, and support in the local community.

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Each year London Road supports three charities elected by the congregation; one local, one national and one international. We fundraise for these charities through retiring collections at communion services, and members of the church put on a variety of fundraising activities from open gardens to running marathons!  This year we have been supporting:

  • Crawley & Horsham Samaritans,
  • Shelterbox,
  • Evelina Children’s Hospital.

night shelter

Night Shelter

London Road is a member of Horsham Churches Together and participates in a variety of outreach events run by Christians in our community. Of special concern is the Winter Night Shelter. This past season London Road hosted the shelter every Tuesday night, offering our hall and kitchen as well as a dedicated team of cooks and hosts to welcome the guests and ensure safety throughout the night.

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London Road is proud to be a fair-trade church. We aim to use fair-trade products such as tea, coffee, sugar, biscuits, and more at all our church events. A traidcraft stall is available monthly after the morning service at which you can purchase all kinds of fair-trade food and household items.

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