To see every young person in Kenilworth and the surrounding villages impacted and changed by the Christian message of hope, freedom, dignity, empowerment and restoration through the love that God shows.
To take good news relevantly to every young person in Britain. As Kenilworth Youth for Christ (KYFC) is a local branch of the national organisation we have a mission to do the same in Kenilworth.
Link: Kenilworth Youth for Christ
The King’s Table, is a Christian run café in Kenilworth where you will find good food and a warm welcome! Open Tuesday to Saturday between 9.30am and 4.30pm at 44 Warwick Road, Kenilworth. CV8 1HH.
You will also find Christian books and Bibles for adults and children, cards for all occasions and a wide range of fairly traded gifts along with charity Christmas cards.
We are happy to order any item from the current Tearfund Created Catalogue or the Traidcraft catalogue.
We can provide fairly traded stock for an event in a home or church along with an experienced speaker who has travelled to many developing countries visiting artisans and workshops. She has presentations that highlight a Christian perspective on fair trade and the benefits to the producers. To discuss a possible event please email Kath at email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to The King’s Table! In the meantime please visit our website to find out the latest news, events and information.
Link: The King’s Table
The King’s Table is a UK Registered Charity 1099824
The clinic was completed three years later. Since then Kenilworth has maintained a friendship link by correspondence, exchange visits to Uyogo and raising funds to equip the clinic, the yearly of supply medicines and support of other projects. Uyogo is a large but relatively remote, rural village near the town of Tabora in the district of Urambo in NW Tanzania. The objectives of the link are the protection of health – the advancement of Education and the relief of Poverty of the people of the village of Uyogo.
Bore Hole & Water Harvesting
The need for education is paramount and to this end we have funded the building of classrooms, houses for the teachers, equipment for the school in general. In addition to funding the secondary and further education of a number of older children. Health improvement remains our first priority and funding for the refurbishment of the Mother and Child Clinic has been provided. In the field of education we are also funding Joyce Ongati (the original nurse at the clinic to attend University to study medicine, with the view to graduating as a Doctor. The constitution of KUFL requires us to operate in partner ship with both the Tanzanian Government and the village committee to establish village needs and for the village to contribute in some way usually by providing labour. All income is derived by donation, subscriptions or the proceeds from organized fund raising events. Membership is open to all persons over the age of sixteen years who agree with the constitution.
Please visit our website or contact us if you would like more information or would like to donate to this project.
John Radford and Peter Fisher