About Us

Here is a video that introduces the ELEVATE Christian Disability Trust:

For 40 years we have been working to create places of belonging, hope and encouragement, to empower people with disability to live to their full potential in Christ. Your involvement is warmly welcomed!

ELEVATE Christian Disability Trust

Our Vision Statement

To see all people, especially people with a disability, living out their full potential in Jesus Christ, through the local Church.

 Trust Scripture

Man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart. 1 Sam 16:7a

Statement of Faith

We believe:

  • The Bible is the True, inspired Word of God.
  • In the One True God, eternally existent in three persons, Father, Son & the Holy Spirit.
  • In Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, born of a virgin, who lived a sinless life, was crucified, died and was buried, and rose again on the third day. He ascended to heaven, and is coming again to judge the world.
  • That all have sinned and need to repent, be born again and cleansed from sin through the blood of Jesus Christ, so as to inherit eternal life in heaven.
  • In the person and work of the Holy Spirit to empower believers to live a Christ-like life.
  • That marriage, as created by God, is between a man and a woman. 
  • All people are created in God’s image and likeness. They possess inherent dignity and worth. Because each person is an irrepeatable miracle loved by God, we welcome anyone who wishes to attend our programmes and events. 

 

Statement on Life and Abortion 

As a Christian organisation we serve the creator of life and everything that exists, and God loves His creation.  

All life is precious and worthy to be loved and protected.  

Although the circumstances that life is brought in to this world can be challenging, two wrongs do not make a right by killing off the innocent party.  

We must realise that babies inside the womb are precious and can feel pain.  

With regard to disabled babies being killed off through abortion we need to look at this through Gods perspective.  

Compared to God we all are disabled, aren’t we glad He still loves us.   

So for the more elite to eliminate the less fortunate is a very slippery slope.  

On behalf of the ELEVATE Christian Disability Trust Trustees