Seeking God’s presence, bringing hope to all

We are committed to working with, & where possible resourcing the community.

 

Feel Good Friendship Group

The Feel Good Friendship Group meets to socialise, enjoy music, have singalongs, sometimes watch a film together, other times it’s a bit of sequence dancing or maybe a quiz, arts & crafts are always popular… and there are plenty of refreshments! Entry is free, but donations are gratefully received. For the next Feel Good Friendship Group get-together please keep an eye on the Events calendar.

 

Next Generation Youth

Fridays, 6:30pm during term time we run Next Generation Youth for the 11s – 16s. There’s table football, pool, table tennis, computer games and more. There’s a tuck shop, and entry is free.

 

Social Events

We run a varied programme of social events including barbecues, quiz & curry nights, firework nights & more! To make sure that you don’t miss out keep an eye on the Events calendar.

 

The HOPE Project

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The Hope Project has expanded to include ‘Hope Outdoors’, which undertakes to help with practical work around the outside of homes of people who are struggling to maintain those areas.

During the period 2014-2019 the Hope Project spent just over £25,000 supplying people with brand new white goods and furniture.

The Hope Project is the vision of Clare Parr, who wants to show in a practical way the goodness of God to those deprived of resources.

The Hope Project is a non-profit making organisation committed to providing help and quality household equipment to individuals & families. If you would like to donate a one off gift or give regularly to the Hope Project please click on the following link: www.hopeprojectpz.co.uk or why not take a look at the Hope Project Facebook page here.

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CAP Money Management

Christians Against Poverty is a national, award-winning initiative, recommended by money saving expert Martin Lewis. The courses are designed to help people take control of their finances, and then stay in control. Within the Church there are a number of people trained to work with anyone who wants practical help with money management.

 

Food Bank

As a Church we are involved in the Penzance Food Bank. The Food Bank aims to provide tinned and non-perishable dried goods for anyone who has been referred to the Food Bank by local authority bodies. Those who qualify are then given a voucher which entitles them to food sufficient for a 7 day period.

 

The Breakfast Project

In conjuction with Churches Together in Penzance, we also provide food for the Breakfast Project for the homeless.

 

Open The Book Programme

This is a national initiative with the aim that every primary school child should hear 90 bible stories during their 3 years at primary school, we are delighted to be able to participate in this programme and look forward to being more involved as the initiative develops.

 

Street Pastors

We are also involved with the Penzance Street Pastors initiative, which is manned by people from Churches all over the town. This operates on a Saturday night from 10pm into the early hours of Sunday morning. If you are interested in becoming involved as a volunteer please contact Karen Anderson on: 01736 333014 or email: penzance@streetpastors.org.uk

 

Mission Partnership into the Democratic Republic of Congo

Working in partnership with Pastor Willy Tshipamba and his Church in the DRC, we have the exciting opportunity of being involved in short-term mission projects. As well as people being able to go out to the DRC to give practical support where appropriate, our Sunday School children raise money for the Nursery and Primary Schools run by Pastor Willy’s Church. If you would like to donate to this please ring the Church Office on: 01736 369616.