Shekinah provides opportunities for people who are experiencing all forms of homelessness and other challenges they may be currently facing. Shekinah believes that everyone deserves to be given another chance. Visit their website at www.shekinah.co.uk
Some information for Church Communities regarding courses....
Its that time of year and if you are interested in knowing more about the Shekinah Calendar please click on the following link Shekinah Homeless Charity 2023 Calendar – Planet Life Art
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MAPPING CHURCH ACTION & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Transforming Plymouth Together & Churches Together in Plymouth have launched our new Church Map available on both organisation's websites. This resource allows visitors to find churches in their area which offer specific activities to match their needs. Plymouth's churches play such a vital part in connecting communities and our map includes toddler groups, food support, debt advice, places of welcome, job clubs, elderly lunch clubs. faith exploring opportunities, rooms to hire, cafe's, befriending and much more besides! Each church listing provides contact details and links to their own website and social media. TPT are funded to keep this map up to date so let us know if your church is active in any areas that we have missed.
Christian docudrama "Why the Nativity?" is to have a free showing this Sat. 3rd Dec. at 10am at Plymouth Cineworld. For the trailer, details and to book your free tickets go to:
Unity service 2023
Plymouth Christian Centre
Embankment Road, Plymouth
April 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
NEWS FROM CTIiP
STREET PASTORS are RECRUITING!!! Training this Autumn. Contact Roy Beaumont EMAIL M:07790013791 - anyone interested in finding out more / attending as Observer / Talk in your church... or best of all - joining up!!!
James Grier was installed as the new Bishop of Plymouth in a service at Exeter Cathedral on 9th October - having completed a Pilgrimage walk from Exeter to Plymouth earlier on - LINK WELCOME BISHOP!!
Saturday 5th Nov - Leaning In, Leading Out – Leadership Conference hosted by Plymouth Christian Centre with Malcolm Duncan and Christy Wimber. More details, and booking available via LINK
Thursday 17th Nov - Church Leaders Gathering - 'Revitalising the Church to Bless the Region' - You are very warmly invited to join other church leaders from across the SW on Thursday 17 November, 9.30am-2pm at St Matts Plymouth - with author, church planter and missiologist Ed Stetzer. Further details and tickets HERE
Monday 28th Nov - CITY TRANSFORMATION. Plymouth Church and Ministry leaders' annual conference. This year welcoming Matt Bird and Andy Flanaghan. With talks, prayer, seminars, worship, encouragement and vision for the coming season... £25pp Book by email to email@example.com
Safe Families we are looking for a new Community Volunteer Manager to join our growing team - to build great relationships with local churches and other community groups, engage with new Safe Families supporters and work with our wider team to connect volunteers with families who need some support. For more information follow this LINK Or for an informal chat contact Dawn on E:firstname.lastname@example.org M:07384 218826.
MISSION MADE SIMPLE - a day conference with global speaker Todd Morr coming to the SW... (missionalmadesimple.com) - helping think through how we make disciples in the everyday stuff of life.
- Friday 18th Nov at Dawlish - LINK , (transport available) OR...
- Saturday 19th in Exmouth - LINK
A Service of Commemoration to mark the 40th Anniversary of the Falklands Conflict will be taking place at The Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth.
This will be on 19th June 2022 at 3pm and will be led by Nick McKinnel, Bishop of Plymouth.
Elder Tree Befriending is a charity delivering an innovative and cutting edge preventative service that alleviates loneliness and social isolation in the over 50s across the city. It works in close partnership with Plymouth City Council and Livewell Southwest and its main aim is to prevent loneliness and support socially isolated and vulnerable older people to continue to live independently in their own homes.
It delivers 90 innovative health and social engagement activities in 50 locations across the city and provides volunteers to support the more vulnerable and housebound beneficiaries in their homes. The activities include seated and standing exercise groups, lunch and supper clubs, IT classes, activity groups, craft groups, Active Men’s clubs, choirs and dementia support group.
Elder Tree Befriending helps older people lead full and independent lives and offers them opportunities that most thought had passed them by. The various activities are uplifting and designed to invigorate body, mind and soul and are the ideal vehicle for peer support and new and lasting friendships.
It is a referred-into service and the referral forms can be found on Elder Tree’s website www.eldertreeplymouth.co.uk . Referrals can be made by organisations, family and friends or individuals themselves.