FBC Community Teams practically, actively and intentionally love our community in a way that demonstrates the good new of Jesus.
Everyone is welcome at the FBC Centre and there is always someone to speak to. Tuesday mornings are a good time to come down as there is lots of community happening with SHARE and the Friendship Table. We are also in contact with other local agencies, so if we can’t help we will direct you to someone who can. Alternatively, if you can’t get to the building you can contact email@example.com and we will get back to you.
Listed here are the current needs, that we are aware of in our community, if you are able to donate any items to help with any of them, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Treadmill for a young person for whom running really helps their anxiety (6th March 20204)
Thank you to everyone who gave toys for the refugee family, they were gratefully received.
We work with lots of wonderful people who are doing great things to support our community.
Here are a few examples.
11am-12:30pm Monthly (1st Wednesday of the month) Have you been bereaved or suffered a significant loss including divorce, loss of job, loss of trust, loss of hopes and dreams? This is a peer support group who meet in the cafe to chat and support each other.
A charitable organisation of survivors for survivors of domestic abuse. Kaleidoscopic UK regularly host events at FBC.
We have a First Days donations collection bin by the entrance to the FBC centre. Donations of childrens school uniforms, coats and other items are gratefully received. The First Days mobile support hub comes to the FBC centre once a month on a Tuesday morning, come along to speak to the family support team about what your children need.
The Citizens Advice Mobile Advice Unit comes to the FBC carpark on the first Tuesday morning of each month. They are available to speak to and get advice and support on a range of issues including household bills and energy costs.