Entries by Andrew Presland

Churches work to improve the public’s health in Northamptonshire

Representatives from health and wellbeing organisations and faith leaders from across the county met together again on 5th October to continue exploring ways they could work together to improve health of local communities. The event was initiated and facilitated by FaithAction, the national network of faith-based organisations, in partnership East Northants Faith Group and Cinnamon […]

Youth Worker Vacancy

C2C Social Action are looking for a youth worker to plan, promote and deliver our youth programme which are based around cooking, hospitality and volunteering.


Join us for teaching on SPIRITUAL GIFTS AND SUPERNATURAL LIVING at ENBS! We will be starting this new course on September 28th (Wednesday morning). A very warm welcome awaits you at Mandate House Christian Training Centre, a lovely 19c building in the beautiful village of Clopton; about a 40 minute drive from Northampton To apply please go to: www.enbs.co.uk or call 01832 720177

Influential job vacancy in Cambridge – Woolf Institute

The Woolf Institute in Cambridge is looking for a Senior Education Officer: Public Education. They need someone who will bring enthusiasm, commitment, a strong work ethic, and public education and/or policy experience. For the candidate, there is an exciting opportunity to forge a key role in a supportive environment during the Woolf Institute’s transition into […]

Dress a Girl around the World

1 to 3pm at the Bridge community office in the grounds of Whitefriars Junior School, Boughton Drive, Rushden, NN10 9HX on Thursday 8th September Thursday 6th October Thursday 10th November Can you spare a pillowcase and one hour a month to make a dress for a girl living in poverty? No sewing skills necessary – […]

Wellingborough Street Pastors recruiting now

Do you want to see God’s work in action? Are you a Christian? Member of a church? If you answered yes to these, then you can make a difference in your community. Our teams go out with pockets full of lollipops, and have a member carrying a bag of flip flops. The response that we […]

Residents successfully complete recovery programme

In October, three of our residents at Recovery House, successfully completed their 6 month programme of recovery with us, having moved in within days of each other. As these are Recovery House’s first successful graduates, we chose to celebrate with a lunchtime ‘do’ after a church service which also marked their achievement. 72 people celebrated together, […]