Church is about much more than just a group of Christians getting together. It is God's vehicle to affect our local community and the world we live in for the better.


Horsham Debt Advice Service

HDAS is a free service which seeks to come alongside those in financial difficulty, to provide practical support and expert advice.

Trained volunteers from Horsham churches offer guidance and free advice to those seeking help. They assist individuals to resolve their difficulties by suggesting ways to organise their finances, by negotiating with creditors where necessary, and by giving clients the confidence and skills to manage their own finances in the future.

Please visit their website for more information.

If you are someone who wants to make a difference in our community, then come and join us and get involved!


Streetlight UK is a front line support project working in the Horsham, Crawley and Gatwick areas.  They work with women at risk of or involved in prostitution and those trafficked into the sex industry.   They work to offer fresh choices through practical and emotional support, befriending and mentoring.  Empowering women working in the sex industry and at risk of sexual exploitation, including those trafficked into prostitution, to make fresh choices, sustain a new life and discover their intrinsic value and worth as an individual. 

Please visit their website for more information. 


Oasis was established in Horsham in 1997 to provide compassionate and independent advice and support to those facing decisions associated with unintended pregnancy and pregnancy loss as a result of miscarriage, stillbirth and abortion. 

The charity also offers free baby clothing and rquipment to those who may need assistance in providing these essentials for their baby and runs an education programme in local schools.

For further information go to their website. 

Night Shelter

Horsham Churches Together in partnership with Horsham Matters operate a night shelter from mid November to March each year.  Guests, with a local connection, are referred by a number of approved agencies.  They are given a hot meal, accommodation and breakfast in one of the local churches providing this.  They are all staffed by volunteers.

To find out more go to their website. 

Food Bank

 The foodbank provides 3 days nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred in a crisis.  They are part of a nationwide network supported by the Trussell Trust.

 To find out more go to their website



Kings Church is part of Catalyst, an apostolic team connected with the Newfrontiers family of churches.
Newfrontiers is an international collection of churches gathered around the mission of seeing God move in power throughout the earth. The network is currently formed of approximately 850 churches, around 200 of which are in the UK. Newfrontiers has five apostolic teams functioning in the UK.  For more information about Newfrontiers, click here.
Catalyst, an apostolic team led by Simon Holley, aims to make disciples of all nations. This team includes churches from around the UK and Ireland and serves churches around the Russian-speaking world as well as Europe and the Middle East. For more information about Catalyst, click here.
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