The centre aims principally to help children whose parents have separated. Where there is no reasonable alternative, they offer a safe venue where children can enjoy contact with the parent they do not live with. Days opening: 2nd & 4th Saturday of month 2pm to 4pm Centre charges: No charge for service To make a referral, contact: Telephone: 07768 333676 Accepts self referrals
Offers free and confidential debt & benefit advice & management to anyone, licensed by the Office of Fair Trading. Contact Details: Email: email@example.com Tel: 07880 711 730 See also the Credit Union Outpost & Job Club Launch
Providing educational input into Kings International, Tomlinscote and Collingwood Colleges via lessons and assemblies, pastoral support through the listening service, detached work, anger management and self-esteem building courses.
Offers counselling to anyone, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, religion or ethnic origin. “We exist to offer a professional counselling service, within a Christian Ethos, that is open to all”
Healing Camberley is a collective of people from various Christian churches in Camberley and the surrounding area, who believe that the healing power of Jesus that was present 2000 years ago is also available now to bring physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing.
Our SVP group is presently working to make furniture and Starter Packs available to families in need, working with BESOM & Accent Peerless. Also in the parish, have provided help with decorating, gardening & repairs.
Serving the community in Camberley town centre on Friday and Saturday nights Street Angels operates with support from Surrey Police and the Safer Surrey Heath Partnership. See Article written by Alison Parker from St Michael's containing quotes from many Street Angels
Can you believe that 2016 is over already? I wonder what 2017 has in store for us all? I doubt many of us expected the dramatic political changes that happened in 2016. Yet the continued suffering that we see throughout the world as a result of war & greed bring no surprises.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, focused his New Year’s Message on reconciliation – one of the three priority areas for his ministry. I for one consider unity a priority in our Churches and why I believe so much in the Ecumenical work that is done by Churches Together, where denominational differences fade in the light of our unity of faith in Jesus Christ whose birth we have been celebrating over Christmas.
If you have attended church over Christmas and would like to know more about Christianity then now is the time to sign up to the Alpha Course, which will be a joint Churches Together in Camberley event:
Where: The Beacon Centre, Berkshire Road, Camberley, GU15 4DG
When: Wednesday’s starting 25th January 2017 running until 29th March 2017.
Time: 7.15pm Drinks arrival, 7.30pm Meal
What is Alpha? : Alpha is for anyone who’s curious. The talk are designed to encourage conversation and explore the basics of the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. No question is out of bounds and you are free to discuss as much or as little as you wish.
Each session involves a meal, a talk and some time to say what you think. It’s fun, relaxed and you can ask anything you like. (That’s why over 22.5 million people worldwide have already tried Alpha).
To find out more, please call
If you are interested in any of the Projects we run in Camberley click here for our Associates or are interested in any of our churches, click Who we are. Alternatively if you want to get in touch with me, please use the Contact us page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to our Associate projects we have identified these as our Key 6 priorities:
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