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Flood relief in Mangochi Malawi

DSCF8781 DSCF8780 DSCF8782 DSCF8783 DSCF8784 DSCF8785 DSCF8787The Flood relief in Mangochi Malawi donated by the SPT.
“We are very grateful for the support of the food for it has made a great difference in peoples lives. we did distribute the food in three different districts which are badly affected by the floods. The need is still great as the rains continues to hit the nation of malawi but we are very greatful to rev. Mark and entire Guild and the Saints Projects Trust for the support of the food in these affected area.” Pastor Clement

A Fund-Raising supper with Lord Ramsbotham

You are invited to

A Fund-Raising supper with Lord Ramsbotham

in aid of

The Saints’ Project Trust


The National Liberal Club

Whitehall Place, SW1A 2HE


General David Ramsbotham, GCB (KCB 1987); CBE 1980 (OBE 1974), was created a life peer in 2005, having served as HM Chief Inspector of Prisons form 1995 to 2001. In 2003 he wrote “Prisongate”, which has been described as “polemical, impassioned and erudite”. That will be the subject of his short talk on November 8th.
Although the focus of The Saints’ Project Trust work is churches – orphans – relief and eduction in Africa, India and Nepal, it is involved in prison ministry in Siaya, Kenya. It serves the Guild of St John and St. Mary Magdalene in those countries, which is committed to be like Jesus with those who are “small, forgotten or vulnerable”. (cf. Hebrews 13v.13)


……………………..Suggested Donation                                                    R.S.V.P – SPT

……………………..£65.00 (Cheques payable to SPT)                            10 Shepherds Mount

……………………..Bottle of Wine: £15.00                                               Compton, Newbury

……………………………………………………………………………………………………..Berks. RG20 6QZ

Fund Raising Events



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Cambridge Fundraising 2015

Regular supporters meet for an update: December 2013

An informal event on December 4th saw regular supporters and donors gather at the National Liberal Club  to receive an update on the work of the SPT, to sustain the Trust’s momentum and presence, and build on its current sense of community support. Tereza Votre , one of the Trustees, launched  a SPT jewellery series at the event, with dove jewellery (bracelets, necklaces and cufflinks) which she had designed. The event was attended by around 40 people and raised around £850 (net) for the SPT, with a further £640 from the jewellery launch. 


Fund Raising OF June 2013  in Cambridge

STRAWBERRY PICK OFF FUNDRAISEROn Sunday 1st July 2012 a great day was had by all those who attended a strawberry pick off fundraiser at Sunclose Farm in Milton. Over £2500 was raised and lots of strawberries and cream teas were eaten!


On Sunday 1st July 2012 a great day was had by all those who attended a strawberry pick off fundraiser at Sunclose Farm in Milton. Over £2500 was raised and lots of strawberries and cream teas were eaten!

The purpose of the sponsored strawberry pick off was to raise money for St. Mark + Guild international School in Awendo, Kenya.

Opened in January 2011, the school has rapidly grown and now consists of 270 pupils, up to 2014 now it have 360 pupils, 70% are orphans through HIV/AIDS. The money raised will go towards the improvement of the school building (roofs are currently iron sheets) and to complete unfinished toilets.


Love one another….

 “A new command I give you : Love one another….
  As I have loved you, so you must love one another.
By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another”
                                The Lord Jesus Christ
A simple preaching that Jesus is God who loves the people- The foodless, poor people also- And them a short prayer to say thanks to God. And we began serving food. Really we estimated for 30 people but we fed 50 people almost. As we served, the people said satisfied their hunger soon and recommended food for other poor. So God multiplied the food and 50 people really received the food saying thanks to God Jesus.
Yours in His Services
David Naviri


St. Mark Guild Academy Update

We are helping to rebuild this school that was severely damaged by heavy rains.

Have the pleasure to receive the attached latest pictures of the school especially after some serious work hard been done. we sincerely thank the almighty God for this. as you can observe from the pictures the major problem is now that downer building which is still incomplete and the roof which is equally pathetic.

I know our God shall continue to do his wonders.DSC00427 DSC00428 DSC00429