DEVA CHURCH Prestatyn North Wales

Christ in you, the hope of glory - Colossians 1 v. 27

  • Ffordd Pant Y Celyn
  • Prestatyn
  • Denbighshire
  • LL19 8YE


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Mission

From its founding, Deva Church has always been actively interested in and supportive of Christian work at home and abroad. This involvement shows itself in the regular financial giving to certain works, updates at meetings and Members being actively involved as individuals with specific works.

Below are some of the works Deva and its members are involved with:

The Slavic Gospel Association particularly its Widows Project www.sga.org.uk

The Far Eastern Broadcasting Association  which provides Christian broadcasts www.feba.org.uk

Karuna Action and its Children's Home in Albania New Beginnings Childrens Home

www.karunaaction.org


Echoes of Service which we use to channel gifts when major disasters occur.    www.echoes.org.uk

The Gideons International who supply God’s word throughout the World.    

   www.Gideons.org.ukGideon Bible

The Soldiers and Airmen’s Scripture Readers Association (SASRA) who support our Armed Services wherever these brave men and women find themselves.  www.sasra.org

                               SASRA Our Day

Merseyside Christian Youth Camps (MCYC) who for decades have run camps in North Wales for young people. Deva has been involved by encouraging our youngsters to go to the camps and by supplying workers.www.mcyc.org.uk

The Bible Society that provides copies of The Scriptures in many languages to many people. Deva is involved locally through the Prestatyn Action Group which is part of the Local Churches organisation The CYTUN. www.biblesociety.org.uk

MEDCARE is a Christian based medical charity that works in Uganda to provide healing for body and spirit.

 www.medcare.org.uk   

MEDCARE Hospital

These are just some of the works Deva is pleased to have an interest in as we look to fulfil our Christian duty by supporting such works always remembering the Parable of Jesus in Matthew 25 with His words, ‘Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’

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