You may also find help attending a Wellbeing Cafe
Laurie-Ann offers 1-2-1 mentoring sessions for young people aged 11-18. This is a chance for young people to be supported, encouraged and have someone to talk to. Laurie-Ann specialises in supporting young people who have been in mental health crisis.
On the 3rd Friday of each month, 2.00 – 3.30 pm
Living with Loss is a monthly group that provides the opportunity for anyone affected by any kind of loss to find support from others who understand from their own experience how overwhelming feelings of loss can be. You will receive a very warm welcome.
The aim of the Bereavement Support Group is to walk alongside bereaved people, by offering a friendly face at the funeral service, and by answering any practical questions you may have.
We invite you to a Communion Service to Remember the Departed on the first Saturday of every month at 10:00am, followed by refreshments and an opportunity to talk.
Dealing with Depression is a 6 week course that is designed to provide you with information, and a space to belong so you are empowered to make choices about how to move forward. We look at everything from what depression is, to ways of dealing with it, such as medication and talking therapies. We will also explore faith and depression; how faith impacts depression and vice versa. The course is delivered through podcasts with some weeks also having accompanying worksheets, and the hope is that everyone will be able to do the course with a small group of friends as there is time for sharing as well. This course is not the be all and end all for your recovery, it is just one tool that might help.
The Engage Wellbeing Programme provides a volunteer befriender to support isolated adults (25+) to help them sustain or improve their emotional and mental wellbeing. This currently consists of a regular telephone calls to chat, share experiences and provide emotional support. This will soon transition to face-to-face befriending and support to vulnerable people; assisting them to rebuild confidence to engage in the wider community.