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LOOKING AFTER HEALTH KICKSTART 8th Sept 7.30pm

by Colin Dexter

Continuing with our Kick Start series on “Looking after our Mental Health and Wellbeing”. Next Tuesday 8th September at 7.30pm we will be looking at “Handling Habits”.We have all experienced huge changes to the way we lived our lives before Covid-19 and those changes may have brought about new or different habits. For instance a rise in your internet spending, comfort eating or drinking.In this weeks session we aim to equip you to better understand your habits and to avoid triggers or change in behaviour in response to triggers.This presented via Zoom. Don’t worry if you have missed one as each session is a stand alone. As with all our sessions they are free and are open for anyone to join.If you would like to join this session or would like to know more please email me at johnpinkstone@capuk.org

KICKSTART 1st September

by Colin Dexter
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CAP KICKSTART 25th AUGUST

by Colin Dexter

Agapé  Community Church will be running “Kick Start” from the 25th August.  Tuesday7.30pm  (4 sessions in total)
Kick Start is an initiative that has been resourced by CAP (and it’s free) to help the Church engage and support it’s local community in dealing with issues that have arisen through the Covid-19 situation.
 Topics like “looking after our mental health and well being”, “finding work” and “making your money go further”. 
Each topic consists of several 40 min sessions held via zoom. We are starting with Looking after our Mental Health and Well Being which is four sessions covering anxiety and worry, lifting financial pressure, handling habits and finally grief and loss..

To sign up or for more information please email  johnpinkstone@capuk.org 

CAP KICKSTART

by Colin Dexter

Tuesday 25th August 2020 7.30pm

These sessions will help to equip you to deal with anxiety and worry, financial pressure, habits and grief and loss in a healthy way.

Each session will be held via Zoom and will be 40 mins in length. Starting on Tuesday August 25th at 7.30pm and for the following 3 Tuesday evenings.

To sign up or for more information please email me at johnpinkstone@capuk.org

CAP KICKSTART

by Colin Dexter
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All of us have in some way been affected by the COVID-19 situation. It may seem that life is on hold or your situation is getting worse. Agapé Community Church Ty – Sign in partnership with the international charity Christians Against Poverty are launching Kick Start. A series of bite sized video sessions to help people move forward in life.
We will be kicking off, if you pardon the pun, with a series about Looking after our Mental Health and Wellbeing. Four sessions over 4 weeks.
Every day, we face all sorts of pressure and challenge. This can seriously impact our mental health, which in turn can feed negative habits and cause even more pressure.
Now more than ever, it is vital that we prioritise our wellbeing and look after ourselves.
These sessions will help to equip you to deal with anxiety and worry, financial pressure, habits and grief and loss in a healthy way.
Each session will be held via Zoom and will be 40 mins in length. Starting on Tuesday August 25th at 7.30pm and for the following 3 Tuesday evenings.
To sign up or for more information please email me at johnpinkstone@capuk.org
Also coming up over the next few months we will also be looking at “How to take control of our finances” and “How to find a job”. So, watch this space.

CAP SATISFACTION RATING

by Colin Dexter
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CAP KICKSTART

by Colin Dexter

CAP (CHRISTIANS AGAINST POVERTY)

by Colin Dexter
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Lorraine’s story out of debt through CAP

by Colin Dexter
Lorraine's story out of debt through our charity

Life can change in a heartbeat – we've all experienced that recently. And sadly Lorraine’s story is just one example of unexpected change taking its toll. -Debt and poverty can leave people’s lives in pieces, affecting everything from health, to relationships, to confidence. -But with the right support, people can rebuild their lives, just like Lorraine did. Watch her amazing story in this short video and then pop over to our website to bring hope and restoration to others whose lives have been shattered by debt and poverty. -(Link in the video 🙂)

Posted by Christians Against Poverty UK on Friday, 3 July 2020

CAP (free debt counselling)

by Colin Dexter
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