Books and clothing held and worn by clergy in Kenya

Working with churches

We were founded by British churches in 1945. 70 years on, we're still working with local churches, supporting people living in poverty to build secure lives.

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As experts in global justice, humanitarian emergencies and international development, many churches in Wales choose to work with us. 

We work with the major church bodies during our biggest fundraising appeal, Christian Aid Week, along with other key moments, our year-round campaign actions, prayer and worship.

Worship resources in Welsh, where available, can be found alongside the English equivalent in our resources area.

Make a difference with your church

Are you and your church interested in working with Christian Aid in Wales? For more information, email our Cardiff office.

Our supporting churches

The church bodies based in Wales - Church in WalesPresbyterian Church of Wales, Baptist Union of Wales and Union of Welsh Independents - are represented on our National Committee for Wales.

The committee also includes representatives of UK-wide church bodies i.e. United Reformed Church, Methodist Church in Wales, Baptist Union of Great Britain, Congregational Federation, Quakers, Unitarians and the Salvation Army

Wales’s ecumenical body, CYTUN (Churches Together in Wales), encourages its member churches to actively support Christian Aid. We work within CYTUN and its General Secretary is a member of the National Committee.