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Things and people we support
The Bible teaches us to be a light to the World, to do this St Michaels seeks to actively support both the Waddington community and further beyond.
How we support the Waddington and Lincoln community can be found in the What's On section.
In the wider world community St Michaels are involved in supporting the following:
Jenny and Andy Saunders, Nepal
Jenny and Andy work for the Baptist Missionary Society in Kathmandu, Nepal. Andy
lectures at the Bible College, preparing Nepali Christians for ministry in the Church.
Jenny is a Counsellor, providing counselling help and pastoral care for ‘expats’
and supervising and advising Nepali counsellors.
To learn more, please click here.
Chernobyl Children's Life Line, Belarus
Supporting respite holidays for children who have suffered, and continue to suffer, as a direct result of the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.
St Michaels has committed to supporting this charity both financially and practically, where possible, offering homes and support to the children in the UK
For more information, please click here.
My Father's House' Project, Orlinda, South America
Ian and Simea Meldrum, Anglican vicars, work with people who live in a shanty town at
the Church called Living Waters (Aqua Viva) next to the closed old garbage dump in
Olinda, Brazil. There are many outreach projects which are developing all the time.
Ian and Simea believe that by teaching about the love of Jesus Christ and showing a
loving, caring, giving way of living, the families on the shanty town can improve their
situation and have a better life.
For more information, please click here