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Spring of Hope

Posted: 13:40 on 24-11-17

by Katy Gough, formerly Deputy Manager for Provision at the Wild Goose

Posted: 13:48 on 19-09-17
Crisis Centre Ministries is heavily reliant on churches in Bristol and beyond to promote, volunteer, donate and pray for the work that God has called us to do. We asked one of our partner churches, St. Michael’s Stoke Gifford, why they chose to partner with us.
 
How and when did St. Michael’s Stoke Gifford get involved with Crisis Centre Ministries?
Posted: 15:32 on 29-08-17
Our harvest poster for this year

We’re incredibly grateful for the support you give us at harvest time, whether it’s through your church, school or individual gifts. Your donations help us to stock up on the things we really need for the coming year.

But alongside gathering essentials like instant coffee and washing-up liquid, harvest is also a time when we collect the things that make a big difference to our clients. Your donation of a jar of peanut butter or a bottle of brown sauce could really brighten someone’s day.

Posted: 11:03 on 24-08-17
		  
	
			  
		  			  	

Start date: 09 Oct 2017 - 18:30
Finish date: 09 Oct 2017 - 21:30
At Newton Hall, Stapleton Road Chapel


Details

Join us for an evening of celebration as we look over our accomplishments in the past year and discuss our bold plans for the future.

The evening starts at 6.30pm and finishes at 9pm. Light refreshments will be included.

Let us know you're coming using our online form or call us on 0117 330 1230.

Trudy, Support Worker for Spring of Hope Women's Night Shelter, joined the team in November 2016. Almost a year later, we thought it was high time we asked her a bit about herself.

What were you doing before you joined CCM?

Before I joined CCM I was at home caring for a family member. Prior to that I was a teaching assistant.

What made you apply for the role?

I was encouraged by Christian friends and family to apply. I was already volunteering and was so encouraged by the work here.

Posted: 10:51 on 01-08-17
		  
	
			  
		  			  	

Start date: 07 Jul 2018 - 09:30
Finish date: 07 Jul 2018 - 12:30
At Woodlands Church


Details

Our training, now in its third year, equips churches and pastoral care workers to better understand and support people struggling with addiction.

It is best experienced as a whole course, but can also be booked as standalone sessions. They all run from 9.30am to 12.30pm, with coffee being served from 9.15am.

We ask for a voluntary donation of £5 per session, which will go towards the work of Life Recovery Group.

To book your place or for more information, please visit our training page or call 07858 757 226.

Here's some information about our sixth and final session:

Homelessness to Independent Living
Richard Sayer, Salvation Army Hostel Manager

  • What does ‘home’ mean to an addict?
  • From homelessness to supported living.
  • Exploring barriers and struggles along the way to independent living
		  
	
			  
		  			  	

Start date: 12 May 2018 - 09:30
Finish date: 12 May 2018 - 12:30
At Woodlands Church


Details

Our training, now in its third year, equips churches and pastoral care workers to better understand and support people struggling with addiction.

It is best experienced as a whole course, but can also be booked as standalone sessions. They all run from 9.30am to 12.30pm, with coffee being served from 9.15am.

We ask for a voluntary donation of £5 per session, which will go towards the work of Life Recovery Group.

To book your place or for more information, please visit our training page or call 07858 757 226.

Here's some information about our fifth session:

Mutual Aid and 12 Step Groups 
Lydia Davenport, Drug & Alcohol counsellor

  • What is the 12 step fellowship?
  • What role does mutual aid play in recovery?
  • Christian perspectives on the 12 steps
		  
	
			  
		  			  	

Start date: 10 Mar 2018 - 09:30
Finish date: 10 Mar 2018 - 12:30
At Woodlands Church


Details

Our training, now in its third year, equips churches and pastoral care workers to better understand and support people struggling with addiction.

It is best experienced as a whole course, but can also be booked as standalone sessions. They all run from 9.30am to 12.30pm, with coffee being served from 9.15am.

We ask for a voluntary donation of £5 per session, which will go towards the work of Life Recovery Group.

To book your place or for more information, please visit our training page or call 07858 757 226.

Here's some information about our fourth session:

Mental Health 
PJ Charters, BABCP Therapist

  • Physical, psychological and spiritual roots of mental health problems.
  • Insights into psychosis and our responses.
  • An introduction to self-harm.

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