The Parish of Clay Hill

St John & St Luke Clay Hill, Enfield, Middx.

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The official opening of a Protected Spring. Groups here raise money specifically for these and each one supplies between 100-200 people with clean water.

This shows the before and after of a latrine.  
They are often anything but private and about
to collapse, so we replace

Edmonton Area Mothers’ Union have formed a link with Kahengye Mothers’ Union and and have raised funds to help finish building the church there.

Sometimes sponsored children live in houses that are near collapse and BOHCM has now funded the repair or building of several new homes.

Bridge of Hope Children's Ministry

During a visit to Rukungiri in Uganda to visit a sponsored child, the founders, Barbara and Geoff Skerratt, were made aware that there are many orphans and abandoned children in that area. The needs of these children seemed too immense to find a solution but on their return to the UK they had no rest about it. So after much prayer and another visit to Uganda, they launched into a whole new world of "setting up a charity".

The first two bungalows – “Genesis” and Hallelujah” - in the Bridge of Hope Children’s Village now house 25 orphans looked after by two house mothers and a house aunt who comes daily.

A Nursery/Primary School has been built on our land as the need was identified. There are now 188 children attending with 5 teachers for the 5 classes, and additional staff who provide morning porridge and lunch for the children.

There are now 150 sponsored children who live with guardians in the community.

To find out more click here.

The two bungalows viewed from the nursery school

The Village family now number 25 and are supported by "Give a Child a Home" for £12 a month.

The Nursery/Primary School built on our site

A Holiday Bible Club is also held during the school holidays with over 500 children up to age 17 attending.