The Diocese is a network of churches and people involved in around 1,000 Community Ministry activities.
The Community Ministry team aim to facilitate learning, inspiration and support among this network.
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The Community Ministry Team is based at Causton Street and is part of the wider Strategic Development Team.
The benefit of being part of the Diocese in all its diversity is that there is already a network of churches and people involved in around 1016 Community Ministry activities. These activities provide support for children, youth, families, homeless, elderly, disability, health, addictions and other vulnerable groups. The Community Ministry team aim to facilitate learning, inspiration and support among this network. We do this through:
Theology – Encouraging parishes to develop a theological perspective in relation to their community involvement and concern.
Resources – A hub of ideas, courses, articles, reports, organisations, events, training and stories – shared through the website, enews and twitter feed.
Face to face support – Helping parishes to identify the needs of their local community and decide how to get involved.
Sharing best practice – Linking up churches to share best practice.
This may include: leading training sessions with your congregation, PCC or planning group; helping your church to do a neighbourhood survey, parish profile or audit; organising Community Ministry Days; convening peer groups to share experiences; or helping you make your building a flexible space.
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