As you will see, we deliver various projects but we also want to support others to help those in need as much as we can. We visit schools and community and social groups to share stories of our work and to encourage others to get involved in making Peterborough a better place.
We lead a large network of Christian leaders ‘Peterborough Christians for Social Action’ that spans across the city and its many different denominations. Considering a response to mental health challenges, cost of living crisis and youth provision are some of the issues that are discussed to work together to provide better solutions at a community level.
Chaplains go quietly about their work in prisons, hospitals and colleges and it is an honour to facilitate learning and encouragement through the leadership of the ‘Peterborough Chaplaincy Forum’. Just a couple of examples of how we are able to influence social change by supporting others.