Associates

Camberley Family Contact Centre

resized-cfcc-logoThe 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

Camberley Family Contact Centre website

Camberley Frontline

Offers free and confidential debt & benefit advice & management to anyone, licensed by the Office of Fair Trading. Contact Details: Email: camberley@frontlinedebtadvice.org.uk Tel: 07789 949 891

Camberley Frontline website

Camberley Youth for Christ (CYFC)

Camberley Youth for Christ are about seeing young people's changed by Jesus, by bringing the Good News relevantly to young people in & around Camberley, working in 4 local secondary schools - Kings International (also CYFC office & classroom), Tomlinscote, Collingwood & Gordon's. CYFC provide RS lessons, assemblies, Christian Unions, detached youth work, lunch clubs & pastoral support (mentoring, active listening, anger management & self-esteem courses). They partner with Churches, Youth Workers & SHBC.

Camberley Youth for Christ (CYFC) website

Connect Counselling

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”

Connect Counselling website

Healing on the Streets (HotS)

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.

Healing on the Streets (HotS) website

St. Vincent De Paul Society

SVP Camberley is an Ecumenical, non judgemental, confidential, caring organisation. We provide a listening service or can direct you to a service that may be better suited to your needs, e.g. debt counselling or connect counselling. When funds permit  we provide help with heating & electric for those in dire need & we also run a food bank (by referral only).

St. Vincent De Paul Society website

Street Angels

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

Street Angels website

The BESOM in Camberley

Specialises in providing (on referral) Food packs, New Mum packs and Kitchen Starter packs and working with SVP to provide other items to those in need. Working with Social Services, Accent Peerless, Age UK and more.

The BESOM in Camberley website

Partnership Development Officer

For Easter Services in Camberley

See our  Schedule

Street Angels Spring 2019 TrainingSA Recruitment poster

Have you considered becoming a Street Angel?
Training begins on the 27th April, with closing dates for application on the 8th April and Interviews w/c 15th April.
Click here to see our video &  for an application pack

The Point

Gathering Camberley’s curious 15-25s.
See our YouTube Promo
For those wanting to explore the BIG questions of life (i.e. “What’s the POINT in life”). For those wanting to meet others and be part of a new community.
With food, contemporary music, engaging talksgames, and opportunities for prayer.

It’s for youth and young adults across Surrey Heath. 2019 Dates (2nd Sunday of each month):

  • 10th Mar 2019
  • 14th April 2019
  • 12th May 2019
  • 9th June 2019 – TBC
  • 14th July 2019
  • 11th August 2019 – TBC

The Hope Hub! Latest News

On Friday the 13th July we officially opened The Hope Hub, The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP came to formally “Cut the ribbon” and spoke about the importance of the work that is being done. The Mayor Cllr Dan Adams also spoke of why he particularly recognises the importance of this work. Mags Mercer, the Hope Hubs CEO, talked about the hopes & aims of the Hub and how they are already working with 26 individuals in need.

 

Many other representatives of local organisations such as the Surrey Heath Borough Council, Citizens Advice, Accent Housing, Frontline, BESOM, Frimley Fuel Allotment, Rotary and of course churches also joined with us in the Garden of St. Tarcisius House from where the Hope Hub is currently operating temporarily.

To find out more visit:
The Hope Hub website

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 karen.pdo.ctc@gmail.com

In addition to our Associate projects we have identified these as our Key 6 priorities:

  1. Response to Poverty (David Reed is leading this element of our work and can be contacted by email: centremanager@stmaryscamberley.org.uk
  2. Prayer – Sarah Shearer has recently been coordinating our prayer activity – which has included 40 days of prayer for Lent and Advent.
    See also our Monthly Prayer Cycle if you would like to join with us in prayer for our town and those who live and work in it.
  3. Children & Families (here is our Toddlers Leaflet)
  4. Youth – the majority of our Youth Outreach is carried out via Camberley YFC
  5. Street Angels – our Coordinator is Richard Salt – to volunteer or find out more see our Webpages
  6. Older people! (please see this Older Peoples Flyer)

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Karen Kendall  (karen.pdo.ctc@gmail.com)