Christian Aid North West
Do you want to get involved with Christian Aid locally? If so, see below for events, news and volunteering opportunities in the North West.
Events near you
You are invited to the launch of Power To Change, a stunning new exhibition of photographs, taken by Dare Holland from Coniston, outlining the tran
St Andrew's Church St Andrew's Place Penrith CA11 7XX United Kingdom
Each year in June, we join with charities across the UK to celebrate Volunteers' Week.
Christian Aid Office Bold Street Methodist Church Palmyra Square North Warrington WA1 1JQ United Kingdom
Come and enjoy an evening concert in St John’s Church, London Rd, Carlisle
St John's Church London Road Carlisle CA1 2HA United Kingdom
Our greatest fear should not be of fail
2030 hub 23 Argyle Street Liverpool L1 5BL United Kingdom
Embark on a two-day trekking challenge through the scenic and historic countryside that lines this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
09 May 2019
Clare Hyde walked to a maternity hospital in Lancashire, in solidarity with mums who have to walk for hours to give birth.
29 April 2019
What does the distance between Clitheroe and Blackburn Hospital have in common with maternity services in Sierra Leone?
05 March 2019
Join us in prayer on Sunday 12 May, with a heartfelt prayer written by Cumbria volunteer Deb Lee from St Bee's.
06 February 2019
Come and hear about the amazing stories being featured in this year's Christian Aid Week
02 January 2019
Church reps Nick and Kath Gray were finding it harder each year to recruit new collectors and decided to act. How did they do it?
21 December 2018
Watch Bishop Peter reflect on Bishop Paride's 28 words of peace.
07 December 2018
Invite them to speak in your church, at an event, or another gathering
05 November 2018
A spectacular achievement over 29 years.
31 October 2018
It's something of a local institution – find out more about how it all comes together!
03 September 2018
With a few changes of staff, we thought it would be good to update you on who’s who...
Download resources for the Blackburn Harvest Appeal.