St Mark's has a long history of involvement in both global and local missionary organisations. We have a policy of giving away 10% of our income to mission and other causes and over the years have built strong links with different individuals working in specific situations both within and outside UK.

As a church we currently support a number of organisations across the world:


A Rocha UK

 Eco Church began as an A Rocha UK project in 2016 in partnership with others, offering an environmental award scheme for churches in England and Wales. It inspires and assists churches as they seek to embed creation care throughout the whole of church life.


Christians Against Poverty 

CAP are passionate about releasing people from a life sentence of poverty, debt, unemployment and addiction. Working with churches they bring good news, hope and freedom to people in the UK.

We support the Leamington Spa Debt Centre to help local people tackle debt issues and find new hope in Jesus. 


Churches Together in Leamington

United in Jesus and celebrating our diversity, Christians Together in Leamington join together to share the love of Christ to Leamington Spa.



Cord are a small peacebuilding organisation with a UK office in Coventry. For over 50 years they’ve worked in countries throughout Southest Asia and parts of Africa impacted by violence and conflict. 



 Crossteach teach about the Christian faith in schools and have a vision for pupils to develop spiritually through understanding, engaging with and responding to the Christian faith.


Dan and Phillipa Munday

Dan and Phillipa are based in Nepal and are members of St Mark’s Church. Phillipa is working to train teachers whilst Dan, a qualified doctor, is developing palliative care programmes in Nepal and India. They work with the Church Missionary Society.



Created for girls, shaped by women. Flourish are here to listen, understand and  support this generation of girls, providing a safe space for them to talk, share  their concerns, and explore their challenges and goals. Using creative techniques, they help them to recognise their self-worth, live to their full potential, and get to where they want to be.


Helping Hands

Helping Hands is a community project based in Leamington Spa providing a range of services including a soup kitchen, empowering women projects, employability schemes and a charity shop.


Inclusive Church

Inclusive Church is a network of churches, groups and individuals uniting together around a shared vision. St Mark's is a member of this network because we too believe in inclusive church – a church which celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate.



NightLight is a weekly project offering free hot drinks and a listening ear to those out and about in Leamington Spa at night. It's about creating an atmosphere of hospitality, welcome, and the presence of Christ among us during the night-time hours. The prime focus is not on meeting the needs of the homeless, although they are welcome and frequently present; the hospitality is for anyone who is passing by.


Open Doors

Open Doors supports persecuted Christians around the world with Bibles, Christian materials, training, livelihood skills, advocacy - and in a whole host of other ways - so that they know they are not forgotten and can stand strong to serve their communities. So that they can give life.

It also seeks to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland, not only to serve Christians living under religious persecution, but also to learn from them what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.


Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion is here to help members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. They support serving and ex-serving personnel all year round, every day of the week. 


Street Pastors

Run by volunteers from churches across the town, including St Mark's, Leamington Street Pastors are seeking to create a harmonious and safer environment for those out and about on the town’s streets at night. 

Following the ethos of the national Street Pastor initiative, their prime purpose is to offer non-judgemental care and support through listening and helping, regardless of background. They work very much work in partnership with Warwick District Council who have been very supportive.


Student Christian Movement

SCM is a movement of students, past and present, responding to the call of Jesus to follow him and show the love of God on campus, in student communities and in the world. They come together as an ecumenical and inclusive community, fostering unity in diversity and exploring faith through worship, discussion and action.



A leading relief and development charity, Tearfund is working in countries all around the world but in particular where there is suffering due to poverty, conflict and natural disaster. We contribute to the organisation’s general fund which enables them to prioritise where the gifts will have greatest benefit to the recipients.



Thrive's vision is to see every church in the local area with a thriving youth ministry. Thrive offers support to local churches to be more fruitful in reaching out to children and young people and seeing them come to faith in Christ. They encourage leaders in their discipleship of the next generation, and offer practical advice, training and skills as well as encouragment, nurturing and inspiration.


The Trussell Trust - Warwick District Foodbank

The Trussell Trust supports a nationwide network of food banks, helps to provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaigns for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.