For Churches


For over 70 years, World Vision’s mission has been to follow our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to where the need is greatest, and to work with the poor and oppressed from all backgrounds to promote human transformation, seek justice, and bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God.



Missional Roots

"Let my heart be broken by the things that break the heart of God," - Bob Pierce

Before becoming the founder of World Vision, Bob Pierce travelled to East Asia in the 1940s as a passionate young evangelist. He was profoundly moved by his encounters with what he called the “reality of life” for the region’s most vulnerable children and families, which was characterised, in his words, by “hunger, sickness, filth, poverty, death, topped off by total spiritual destitution”. His experiences inspired a radically broader and richer conception of mission, one which embraced the holistic restoration of lives broken by material deprivation and starved of spiritual hope.

The legacy of Dr. Pierce’s lifelong commitment to bearing witness to God’s Kingdom, through acts of compassion and the pursuit of biblical justice for the oppressed, lives on in the work of World Vision. We remain steadfast in our mission as a Christian humanitarian and charity organisation, which is dedicated to addressing the needs of vulnerable children and families worldwide, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, gender or nationality. 


Partnering With Your Church

Speaking Engagements and Ministry Collaborations

Request a guest speaker from World Vision for your church service, fellowship groups, or gatherings at your organisation.

We also collaborate with church teams involved in Sunday school, youth and young adult ministry, women’s ministry, and family ministry on designing engagement activities that can help your faith community to connect with God’s heart for the poor.

“Faith in Action” Experiences

Visit the communities whom World Vision serves, virtually or in person, and discover how God is transforming the lives of children and families in some of the most vulnerable corners of the world. Interact with our field workers and learn how biblical principles have informed our unique approach to sustainable development.

The Fast I Choose

The Fast I Choose is a devotional experience grounded in God’s admonition in Isaiah 58, and the real-life experiences of vulnerable children in different countries.

It is a safe interactive activity for the new normal that combines the use of simple digital tools with daily sacrificial challenges.

The Fast I Choose is particularly well-suited to the discipleship needs of church ministry teams working with youth, young adults, and families, and can be run as part of a Missions Month programme at your church.

Learn more about one church’s experience here.


Chosen is a twist on traditional child sponsorship that empowers vulnerable children from different countries to choose their sponsor.

Bring the chosen experience to your church, and invite members of your church community to share the love and compassion of God with children who choose them as their sponsors.

Read about one church's Chosen experience here.

I am interested to collaborate!

If you're interested in collaborating with us on any of the opportunities above, please fill in the form below and we'll be happy to get in touch with you! 

Resources for Discipleship & Prayer

Whether you're looking for books on evidence-based approaches for ministry, putting your faith into action through integral mission and holistic witness, or Bible stories for children, you can order titles from our catalogue with a love gift that will go towards Where Most Needed, our fund for addressing a variety of urgent child well-being needs that might otherwise go unmet.
Listen to podcasts brought to you by World Vision on how God is at work in the humanitarian field, and how Christians around the world have put their faith into practice to meet the challenges of contemporary life. In Rising to Respond series, take a look behind the scenes at what it's like for humanitarians to adapt and respond to a global pandemic, while focusing on the most vulnerable children.
Join us in prayer for God's most vulnerable image-bearers. Our Prayer Guides will help you and your faith community to pray for God's protection and provision upon children living in the most difficult and dangerous circumstances. As a Christian organisation, World Vision believes the Church is our indispensable partner in our pursuit of the holistic well-being of the world's most vulnerable children.

Stories on Faith and Development

Matt Hyam, Senior Church Specialist from World Vision UK reflects on the hope we can cling on to this Easter despite the difficulties and the uncertainties the world is experiencing right now. 

As we approach the end of the first week of emergency relief operations following the devastating earthquake in south-eastern Türkiye and northern Syria, please pray with us for all who have been affected.

Covid-19 has caused major disruption to the world over the past couple of years. Organisations had to quickly rethink how they conducted their operations in order to comply with the latest Safe Management Measures, as well as how to stay relevant in the changing world. Likewise, the church has to evaluate how it can continue to participate in cross-cultural missions in light of Covid restrictions. When the opportunity to partner with World Vision in a Faith-in-Action Virtual trip to Cebu, Philippines arose, a team of 10 youths and young adults from Yio Chu Kang Chapel quickly jumped on board.