Every year churches across England and Wales provide vital support for people affected by leprosy. There are many different ways your church can get involved in transforming lives.
From sponsored events to coffee mornings and cake sales, quizzes and concerts - how could you think creatively about raising money for people affected by leprosy? Why not download our Fundraising Ideas booklet for more inspiration? We can also supply you with any resources you might need, like collection envelopes and posters. Get in touch with your Regional Manager to find out more or contact our Peterborough office by telephoning 01733 370505 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prayer is a key aspect of our work and you can join us in praying for staff, projects and the people that we help. All our prayer resources, such as ASK - our annual prayer diary and our Quarterly Prayer Diary can be found here. If you are interested in setting up a prayer group at your church please contact your Regional Manager.
Book a speaker
Our Regional Managers and Volunteer Speakers will be delighted to visit your church to share their passion for our work and explain how you can help people affected by leprosy. By clicking here
you can search for your Regional Manager and nearest Volunteer Speakers and get in touch by phone or by email to arrange a date. You can book a speaker for your Sunday service as well as for evening events, midweek groups, youth events and fellowship meetings.
Run an event
If your church would like to run its own event in support of our work, we have a number of videos and downloadable images available that you may wish to use as part of a presentation. We can also supply you with a variety of printed resources such as leaflets, posters and collection boxes. Get in touch with your Regional Manager to request resources or alternatively, contact our Peterborough office by telephoning 01733 370505 or emailing email@example.com.
If you are from Northern Ireland and would like to get involved with supporting people affected by leprosy, click here. If you are from Scotland, click here.