The Destiny Foundation is the charitable arm of our church whereby we can fulfil our mission to 'love | learn | live' in a greater capacity. We firmly believe as a church that we are blessed to be a blessing!



Through The Destiny Foundation we are currently supporting Compassion where over 30 children are sponsored on a monthly basis! This support doesn't just change the lives of children but families. We believe with Compassion that if you start with one child it won't be long until you change a family, then a community, then a region and eventually a nation!



We also support the work of the A21 Campaign, which is principally engaged in abolishing injustice in the 21st century. Human trafficking is now a huge global issue and the A21 campaign is committed to combating this injustice through rescuing one life at a time. They protect and support victims of human trafficking by providing shelters for those who are rescued and delivering transition programmes. In addition they run educational campaigns to prevent people from being trafficked and work to prosecute traffickers.


In addition we are developing links with Watoto which was initiated as a response to the growing number of orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda. It provides physical, educational, spiritual and emotional care for approximately 1,800 children. In addition Watoto is restoring hope and dignity to vulnerable women and war-affected children by providing quality education, marketable vocational skills, trauma rehabilitation, life skills and discipleship.


A new evangelistic initiative we are involved in is reaching the people of Pakistan. A team go out each week to remote villages and set up outreaches using a projector screen and computer presenting messages from our YouTube channel to reach the people! So far we have seen over 12000+ people come to faith in Pakistan and now we have an opportunity to help develop these new believers by putting a bible in their hands in their own Urdu language. Each bible costs around £3 and if you would like to help us get bibles to them please click the 'Bibles for Pakistan' button below and together we can help change Pakistan!


“Angels Wings made such a difference!”

― Angels Wings food parcel recipient

We have also set up our own cause "Angels Wings" which is the vehicle to meet the needs of our local community. This enables us to help the community by giving away food parcels, getting involved in community projects and generally helping people in our community.


If you would like to help us fulfil this part of our vision by supporting financially you can donate online by pressing the "click to give " button below. If you know of someone who you think might be eligible for help through "Angels Wings" please email:


Together we can make a difference!


In June 2016 we launched our new Weston Area CAP Centre (Christians Against Poverty).


Working in partnership with 18 other local churches on this multi-church initiative we are be able to help people in this area who are weighed down by debt as well as offering the CAP Money Course and other CAP services.


CAP is a national debt counselling charity working through a growing network of centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth service.


Our CAP Centre Manager is Paul Larcombe.  Paul has a wealth of experience in ministry having previously been a Team Rector in the Anglican church and a real heart and calling for evangelism, Paul is now a member of the Executive team here at Destiny Church.


CAP aims to show God’s love in action by providing sustainable poverty relief through debt counselling, advice and practical help. CAP’s unique ‘hands on’ approach empowers people to help themselves out of poverty and be released from the fear, oppression and worry generated by overwhelming debts. We will be able to provide sustainable poverty relief by teaching our clients vital budgeting skills that will last a lifetime.

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