Donate to UCB | Give campaign
Hope for every Home

 

With the UK in the grip of coronavirus, our nation desperately needs to hear and respond to God’s Word. As we face loneliness, uncertainty and anxious thoughts, only God’s Word has the power to transform the atmosphere from despair to hope and fear to faith.

UCB exists for such a time as this: to give every person, in every place, at every moment of the day the opportunity to hear, watch or read the Word of God in a relevant and engaging way.

This unprecedented season is the perfect moment for UCB to help point people to the Word of God through Christian radio, daily devotionals, engaging social media posts and more, encouraging them to be transformed by the truths found in God’s Word.

In response to the challenges of the coronavirus, UCB has completely transformed the way our ministries operate. And despite the changes, we’ve already seen God’s faithfulness unfolding as He continues to use UCB media to reach into homes across the UK with the hope of the gospel.

Since the start of the UK-wide lockdown, UCB’s ministries have reached homes across the nation with a message of faith not fear, producing the following results:

Hope for every Home Infographic

 

We are seeing God transform the atmosphere into one of hopeful dependence on Him.

UCB wants to reach more people than ever before with the good news of the gospel, bringing a message of hope at this time of worldwide crisis. Will you join us in this mission to build a stronger, faith-filled nation with a newfound ‘Hope For Every Home’?

 

If you feel God leading you to join UCB in our mission, then complete the form on the right or call 01782 911 000 to help us bring Hope For Every Home. Thank you so much.

If you are under the age of 18 UCB advises you never to give money or personal information to anybody without speaking to your parent or guardian first.

More about how you can support UCB

‘Thank you and UCB for continuing to broadcast hope during these uncertain times.’​  Suzie

 

‘Without the comfort, encouragement, inspiration and challenge of the UCB Word For Today, I don't know where I would be today. Instead my faith is stronger than ever.’​  David​