Christian Aid in Kings Langley

Gaza Appeal

In cooperation with Abbots Tandoori, 68 Christian Aid supporters raised £1,023 for the Gaza emergency appeal at a Fundraising event on 6 November. This is the second year we have enjoyed delicious Indian cuisine at this comfortable restaurant in Abbots Langley whilst raising funds to help relieve the suffering of some of the world’s poorest people.

The Gaza Appeal now stands at nearly £1,400 including local Church collections.

Christmas Campaign

In Bangladesh, an extraordinary group of gifted women entrepreneurs is embracing new technology, to revive ancient art forms, craft beautiful beadwork, or make colourful clothing, to sell online (see banner photo).

Kakoli's Story

'I didn’t have any dreams a few years ago. I didn’t have any money to do anything. To do something, I had to ask for money from my brothers and father… I explained to my parents that I don’t want to marry, let me grow up. I want to study now. I am in the first year of my degree course' 

Kakoli Khatun, 21, is studying for a degree at college. At the same time, she’s running a successful business after receiving training, start-up funding support from Christian Aid and our partners, Aid Comilla.  

This Christmas, you could help young women, like Kakoli, launch a business online and earn her own independent living.


If you prefer you can send a bank transfer to our account: Kings Langley Christian Aid Sort Code: 08-92-99 No. 65191886. You can send an email to

Christian Aid Week

Once a year during Christian Aid Week the Anglican, Baptist and Methodist Churches in Kings Langley worship together in one of their churches, closing the other two on that Sunday. This year (2023) The Methodist minister Revd. Dr. Lord Leslie Griffiths preached the sermon. You can see a fuller version of the sermon on YouTube