Just as Jesus came to serve the world in which he lived (Mark 10:45), at Chawn we also want to serve the community we belong to.
Are you self-isolating and/or stuck indoors at this time due to the coronavirus? If that's you and you are feeling unconnected and isolated, and would like some support, contact us and we'll connect you with an online community group created by Chawn Hill Church where you will get support, encouragement and practical help. We have people ready, willing and able to help you at this time. All you need is an email address. Contact the church office on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Street Pastors are a welcome presence on the streets late into the night, helping to make the community safer by offering reassurance, safety and support through listening, caring and helping. If you'd like more info, or you're interested in getting involved in this inter-church ministry, please visit their website via the button below.
Food poverty and homelessness has become a familiar and growing issue in our borough. Chawn provides financial support to Black Country Foodbank, and practically provides volunteers and supplies to our town’s local branch. If you'd like more info, or you're interested in getting involved, please visit their website via the button below.
Life Centre Debt Advice
Many people have become trapped by debt, often leading to mental health issues and a sense of hopelessness. The Life Centre aims to free people from the miserable grip of debt and poverty, providing free, face-to-face and confidential support. Chawn provides volunteers and gives financially to the centre. If you'd like more info, or you're interested in getting involved, please visit their website via the button below.
During the summer months we work with other churches to ‘Love Stourbridge’, demonstrating God’s unconditional love through quirky, quality, and socially responsible acts.
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