THIS MAP SHOWS THE COUNTRIES IN WHICH CHRISTIAN REBUILD HAS A MANDATE TO OPERATE.

ABOUT US

Christian rebuild is a small charity. We have no paid employees. All the trustees are volunteers and pay their own expenses if they travel overseas. Trustees meetings are held by telephone conference in order to minimise expenses and we always try to keep costs low so that the maximum sum can be given. 

Christian Rebuild helps church-run projects and Christian individuals in 'second-world' countries. Allthough inspired by the need to continue the good work of the Congregational Federation's one off appeals for Christian Projects in Eastern Europe. Independent trustees run Christian Rebuild from more than one Congregational tradition. It helps Churches of all denominations, but gives preferance to those of Congregational style. Christian Rebuild started work by aiding the Evangelical (Congregational) Church in Saranda, Albania and a student member of the Armenian Evangelical church in Lebanon.

TRUSTEES

Patron: Mr Stanley Fielding.                                              

Retired Treasure of Christian Rebuild and of the Congregational Federation in Scotland.

Rev. John Benthem.

Minister of Clarendon Park Congregational Church, Leicester. Past Chairman of Congregational Federation Missions Committee.

Miss Lorna Cammock.

Member of Ebenezer Church, Airdrie, Lanarkshire. Lorna is a keen charity fundraiser and supporter.

Dr Dai Lloyd A.M.

General practitioner and member of the Welsh assembly representing South Wales west. Lay preacher in the union of Welsh independents. 

Rev. Chris Damp, M.A., B.D.

Minister of Bunyan Meeting, Bedford Meeting. President of the Congregational Federation 2006-7. He has visited Satanda and loaned his former Church in Kentish Town, London for the meeting that led to the formation of Christian Rebuild.

Rev. Chris Gillham, M.A. (Secretary). 

Minister if Tabernacle Congregational Church, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire and Secretary of the Congregational Federation in Wales. He has been closely involved with the projects in Albania, Syria and Lebanon and has visited on several occasions, He is a former President of the Congregational Federation.

Rev, Steve Skibniewski-Woods, B.D. 

Join Minister of Haverfordwest South Group of Congregational and United Reformed Churches. Steve has visited projects in Greece, Albania and Lebanon.

Mr. Kristian Marshall (Treasurer).

Primary School teacher and has also visited projects in Greece, Albania, Lebanon and Syria.

Rev. Jim Smith, M.B.E., T.D. 

Minister of Ardrossan Congregational Church, Ayrshire. He is a former President of the Congregational Federation and is an experienced military chaplain.

Rev. Janet Wootton, M.A., Ph.D.

Retired Director of Training of the Congregational Federation. She is a former President of the Congregational Federation and also of the International Congregational Federation.