Partnership Work

Youth for Christ – taking good news relevantly to every young person in Britain.

CrossTeach – a Christian charity which works in Secondary Schools, seeking to encourage young people to consider the beliefs of the Christian faith in a fun and relevant way.

Coventry Youth for Christ – With a commitment to support the spiritual, moral, social and personal development of young people, their primary aim is to work with young people from all backgrounds in order that they might achieve their full potential.

Kenilworth School – The secondary school in Kenilworth

Thrive Youth Ministries – A Leamington Spa based charity set up to come alongside church leaders, youth ministers and volunteer leaders to encourage and cheer them on. They want to see more lives changed and church youth ministries not merely survive, but thrive. They also provide a ‘one stop shop’ for youth ministry resources.

Reflex – exist to empower children, young people and young adults to break the cycle of offending and reoffending. In 11 prisons, across 5 regions, they equip young people with the skills, confidence and opportunities to realise their full potential.


St. Johns Church – a vibrant church of over 300 people of all ages (0 – 90) in a parish of 11,000. They have diverse styles of worship, a team of clergy and Readers, an administrator and active lay ministry. A church plant, Knights Meadow, meets in the local school.

St. Nicholas & St. Barnabus Churches – a Christian community of all ages committed to loving God with all our heart and mind and strength and to loving other people as ourselves. We enjoy a mix of contemporary and traditional Anglican worship and our mission is to reach out for God with love and encouragement.

Kenilworth Methodist Church – has a congregation of 200-300. The main 10 am Sunday service usually has about 200 adults and children, plus an active YPF (Young People’s Fellowship) of teenagers. Each week there is a, more traditional, evening service and, once a month, an early morning communion. Additionally there is a monthly praise service where contemporary worship is explored.

Heart of England Revival Church – seeks to promote ‘uncompromising faith’ This is reflected in the passionate way they worship, pray and live for Gods purity in our lives. All a work of His grace!

Abbey Hill United Reformed Church – Family worship is held every Sunday at 11am. Worship is comforting, inspiring and challenging.

St. Francis & St. Augustine Churches – The Catholic Parish of Kenilworth

All Saints, Leek Wootton - The Parish Church in Leek Wootton