The BCS UK Charity Projects
Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, in line with its status as a charity registered with the Charity Commission, is involved in a variety of charitable activities which reflect its mission to promote and demonstrate practical Christianity. The Mercy Fellowship in the UK as well as members from different pews regularly donate food stuffs to community foodbanks as well as providing clothing and toiletries to homeless charities running hostels and day centres. Members also actively engage with the homeless on the streets of London and Manchester providing hot cooked food. Visits to hospitals, hospices, care homes for the elderly and ante natal units are undertaken and prayers are offered as well as donations. BCS members have raised funds during such events as Red Nose Day and Children in Need as well as participating in charity runs and walks such as the Race For Life and Walk For Peace.
Current Projects & Activities
One of our core aims is to support charity projects within the United Kingdom. We also provide feeding and toiletries, particularly for those caught in poverty in the UK and overseas.
The BCS UK FoodBank is helping to provide meals and support for those who are facing food poverty.
The Open Kitchen is an invitation to the Homeless and General public for a day of interactions and Hot cooked meals.
Our Charity Donation Projects has enable us to provide financial support to various charity initiatives.