Hayley is the lead person on the restart of the the well - loved toddler group. Fridays 10 am at Holy Trinity Church, Southwick.
£1.50 is a suggested donation towards running costs each week but don't let finance stop you coming it's free if you ned it to be!
Starting up September 2021 is a community craft group. An excuse for some safe get together time. You may find yourself knitting stars or angels or somehtig to do with the seasons celebrations in the parish. Or just come for a chat!
A proposed project to create a mobile pizza oven for community outreach. Watch this space for more details.
A lead role in the Beacon Project listening, consulting, planning, recruiting, training and managing a team of staff, that will include local people and volunteers.
The Family Chaplain’s key purpose is to facilitate and nurture the discipleship of children and families in the Parish of North Wearside building on established provision and developing it further.
The Youth and Children’s Community Worker is key in developing our youth provision and programme; building relationships and connections with local community groups and schools.
Hayley will be doing some theological study and learning about aspects of parish ministry all in a voluntary capacity. She has a particular interest in children's ministry and hopes to grow in skills and confidence.
Frankie is the voluntary finance officer for the Beacon project. She brings skills in administration and planning and has been a real help in the groundwork planning for the employment of our team.
Jess Holland and Michael Peacock are the sustainability officer and project manager for Communities of Hope, Durham. They are here to support all the projects like the Beacon Project in Durham Diocese.
A five year funded project based in SR5 aiming to build up the faith, life and confidence of all who live here. We have filled all the posts below and are delighted to announce the new team. Watch our video about our hope for the parish.
A five year funded project based in SR5 aiming to build up the faith, life and confidence of all who live here.
The launch video is still worth a look!