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VOCATE: Going Public Internship in Cardiff
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Going Public InternshipsIf you’re aged 18-25 you can become a Going Public intern and:

  • Get closer to God
  • Grow and develop as a person
  • Make a real difference in the lives of others
  • Leave equipped and resourced for great works of service.

Going Public offer training, a mentor, and the opportunity to work alongside local churches and charities to bring God’s transforming power to communities in Cardiff. You can view or download the Vocate flyer here.

See http://vocate.org.uk/programmes/going-public-internship or contact Jamie: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 02920 730 368

 
Cinnamon Network Projects and Micro-Grants in Wales
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Cinnamon Network LogoThe Cinnamon Network invites local churches in Wales to start a Cinnamon Network recognised church based community project. There are possibilities of grants of up to £2,000 funded by the JW Laing Trust.

The Cinnamon Network helps local churches to:

1. Get Started

By Understanding the needs of the community, the resources of the local church and how best to match the two.

2. Work Together

By encouraging local churches in an area to work together to deliver more community projects and to work in partnership with the local council and local police.

3. Choose a project

By selecting a project from a menu of over twenty five recognised best practice church based community projects.

4. Access Funding

By applying for a £1,500-£2,000 micro grant towards the costs of starting a Cinnamon Network recognised project.

For information and funding go here: www.cinnamonnetwork.co.uk

Church based community projects that The Cinnamon Network recognises as best practice include:

  • Who let the Dad's out?
  • 4Family,
  • Safe Families for Children,
  • TLG Early Intervention,
  • Romance Academy,
  • Job Club,
  • Ignition,
  • Living Recovery,
  • Community Money Advice,
  • CAP,
  • Street Pastors,
  • Street Angels,
  • Caring for Ex-offenders,
  • Clean Sheet,
  • Reflex,
  • Night Shelter,
  • Hope into Action,
  • Passing the Baton,
  • MakeLunch,
  • Food Bank,
  • Food Store,
  • Christmas Lunch on Jesus,
  • Mega Fitness,
  • Link Visiting Scheme,
  • Parish Nursing and
  • Prospects

Further information can be found at http://www.cinnamonnetwork.co.uk/micro-grants-wales/

If you live near Cardiff, there is a Cinnamon regional event taking place in Glenwood Church, Circle Way West, Cardiff CF23 6UW, on Friday 4th April 10-12.30pm. See http://www.cinnamonnetwork.co.uk/event/cinnamon-network-regional-events/

 
Power of Ten
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Power of Ten by Gethin Russell-Jones (2013)New book shows how Christian collaborations are changing the face of Wales

This book tells the stories of ten partnerships between “compassion ministries” and local churches to serve their local communities. If you want to see your church reach out effectively to people living around it, this book will give you some great ideas to take that vision forward.

 
Prospects: How we can help you?
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Prospects... Access to Life (logo)Prospects is a Christian organisation which enables and values people with learning disabilities to live their lives to the full.

Caring can be fun but exhausting.  As your child reaches adolescence you are aware that school and other children services will come to an end which may add to your worries.  Maybe you have organised all your adult child’s activities for years not knowing that you can have help. You may want some advice regarding church inclusion and bringing your child to faith.

 
Prison Fellowship sharing God’s love beyond the prison bars – Adam’s* story of hope
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Prison Fellowship - Taking responsibility for my actionsSchool days were certainly not the best days of my life.  At 16 I had no qualifications.  I was involved in an armed robbery when I was 18 and sentenced to 5 years in a young offenders’ institute.

I had dreams like everyone else but I didn’t have the education to go to college; the only thing I could do was sell drugs and I thought this was the way I could earn the money to buy my dream.

At 18 I had become a dad.  I saw my son now and again but to be honest I wasn’t that bothered about him. Mum and Dad tried talking to me but I was too arrogant to listen.  Then one day, when I was under the influence of drugs, I robbed a drug dealer of cannabis and a couple of hundred pounds.  And I assaulted him.  I was in the police station for three days.

 

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