Highcliffe Community Church

Mission Partnerships

We are delighted to partner organisations locally, nationally and internationally.


Christchurch Food Bank+

Christchurch Foodbank logo Christchurch Food Bank+ is about much more than just food in    an emergency. We are passionate about caring for the whole      person and so have developed our centre to support, walk alongside you and to provide you with the skills and tools to not just survive but to thrive so that you can live life to the full.We provide emergency food for when you need it and as long as you need it, including fresh fruit and vegetables when available. There are also Family Lunch Bags including toiletries, pet food etc. 

The Home Equip turns an empty property in to a home and safe space for families and those escaping domestic violence. Through funding and community donations we are able to supply cups to cookers, beds to baby items, to a whole home of furniture.  

For those on their journey out of homelessness we provide: food, hot meals, clothes, sleeping bags and toiletries. In addition, we provide support with filling in forms, appointments and housing related issues. This enables us, most importantly, to build a relationship and therefore build trust.

Anyone coming to the Food Bank can have a financial health check.  We can assist you with fuel poverty or other hardship, and you can access our free CMA Debt Advice and budgeting service.

PACE   Programme for Applied Christian Education

PACE logoA Christian schools work charity established in 1994 who partner with local churches in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole to serve primary and secondary schools. They serve schools in two distinct ways: 

Schools Work – Our aim is to help everyone in schools to explore the Christian faith. This happens through lessons, assemblies, lunchtime clubs and other activities. Together with others from local churches, we want to give students the opportunity to learn about Christianity from people who are following Jesus.

Pastoral Care – Our aim is to provide professional supervision to Pastoral Care Workers, Senior Leadership Team Members and Designated Safeguarding Leads in schools. This happens through individual supervision, network events and inset training days. We want to support all those in schools with responsibility for the pastoral care of their students.


CAP   Christians Against Poverty

CAP logo

Christians Against Poverty has been providing free professional debt help through local churches across the UK since 1996. Their vision is to see transformed lives, thriving churches and an end to UK poverty.

Through a team of more than 400 dedicated staff members based in all four UK nations, and hundreds of incredible churches delivering our services, people in desperate need are discovering life-changing freedom and hope every day.

CAP have seen tens of thousands of lives break free from debt and poverty and positively impacted through the powerful combination of practical help, restorative church communities and Jesus’ love. As the impact of the cost of living crisis is felt in households across the UK there is much more to be done.


Barnabas Aid

Barnabas Aid logo  Working to provide hope and aid for suffering Christians

Barnabas Aid is an international aid agency that aims to support Christian communities, churches and individuals around the world who face persecution and discrimination because of their faith. Aiming to provide financial support, material aid such as food and medical supplies and spiritual assistance to strengthen Christians in need, and also seek to encourage prayer and raise awareness about the plight of the persecuted Church. 

They raise awareness of the plight of the persecuted Church, particularly in the Muslim world, by a wide variety of means, in order to educate Christians and others about the current situation and needs as well as the background and causal factors.