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Looking for churches to take part in funded wellbeing pilot

Published: 5th June 2024

The Church of England is partnering with registered charity, Renew Wellbeing to support churches in creating open spaces of welcome and inclusion for their local community.

As a diocese, we have the opportunity to join a pilot scheme and are looking for churches who would like to be involved and create a ‘Renew’ space in their churches.

What is a Renew Space?

Renew spaces are simple cafe style spaces run by local churches where hobbies and activities are shared or co-produced. Each cafe space is attached to a prayer space or quiet room. Each church partners with a mental health professional from a suitable local organisation. Working together this provides a safe space where ‘it's OK not to be OK’.  

Full training and support is provided and the project is centrally funded.

Watch the film below or find out more at: https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/barrier-free-belonging/renew-wellbeing-spaces

If your church would be interested in exploring this further and perhaps being part of the pilot, please contact Kim Brown on kbrown@cofe-worcester.org.uk.

Page last updated: Wednesday 5th June 2024 12:12 PM

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