In the name of Jesus Christ we work and pray to help people in our community to develop their relationship with God and each other.
Whilst our community is not a straightforward one, it is stable and full of people and God's opportunities. It is also an area in which we recognise our responsibilities. Therefore, we work to bring a sense of the ‘otherness of God' to it by making our Church a place that can be used by local people to meet their needs.
We offer our facilities for community events and activities currently we do this through private bookings (e.g. public meetings, Slimming Club, children and neighbourhood parties) and through our own more focused work (e.g. Friendship 2000 [seniors] Carer and Toddler Group, Young People's Group, Wednesday Fellowship, young people's groups, families group). In this way we not only strive to meet people's immediate needs, but also to raise their awareness of our Church and its relevance, so that we can begin to meet their spiritual needs as well
We have a fully refurbished building well situated and with a variety of spaces available to be used by the community.
Bulwell Forest Action Group
This is a new development supported by the Church although independent of it.
A residents action group is a group of people who join together to get more involved in issues affecting their neighbourhood and community.
This may come about for anyone of a number of reasons:
to campaign for or against something;
to improve the quality of life of all age groups within the area, children, young people, adults, seniors, families, men and women;
to have a representative voice with the City Council, Police, Health and other public and voluntary services;
to develop community spirit;
to organise social events and activities for all age groups;
to meet neighbours and make friends
By joining together, we can share information and ideas and campaign more strongly on local issues and concerns that can make a big difference to our community of Bulwell Forest. By acting together we can better engaAge with the City Council and other service providers hopefully leading to more and better quality services more responsive to our communities needs and priorities.
To do this we need your support and active involvement.
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