We have a church team that works with other churches in the city to help provide hot
meals and sandwich meals for homeless and vulnerable adults on Saturday
evenings. About once a month, our team provides and cooks the meals and takes
them to the city centre in the food van to distribute to those in need.
We are committed to helping those in need in the City of Worcester. One way in
which we do this is by helping with the Worcester Food bank, both by providing
requested items, and also by volunteering.
This scheme is based at the church and is part of the Methodist charity MHA that
seeks to eliminate isolation and loneliness among older people by connecting them in
communities that care. We aim to provide a service at the church for elderly people in
the local community regardless of whether they have a faith or not. Twice a week on
Mondays and Thursdays, hot lunches are provided and once a month on the last
Tuesday of the month, there is entertainment and afternoon tea, served in style.
There is also an exercise group and other activities as well as escorted shopping
trips and outings. All this helps support our older members and helps them to meet
and make lots of friends.
Volunteers often get just as much from the Scheme as the members do. They work
really hard together as a team; cooking, driving, serving coffee, chatting and
For more information on any of our activities, phone 01905 420805.
The church supports Amaudo through prayers and fund-raising. Amaudo was
founded in 1989 in response to growing numbers of mentally ill people roaming the
streets of south east Nigeria. A combination of negative cultural beliefs and a lack of
information and resources mean that these most vulnerable people are often left with
nowhere to go.
Amaudo provides residential and community-based services as well as challenging
stigma and discrimination. It works with local communities to raise awareness of
mental health issues and challenges the government to ensure basic human rights.
Amaudo UK was established as a UK charity in 2000 to support the work of Amaudo
Itumbauzo in Nigeria.
Amaudo Ntalakwu was established in 1993 for residents who are unable to be
resettled because of learning disabilities, complex care requirements, or problems in
tracing families. It is a place where individuals' needs can be supported and life skills,
training and education are continuously available. Our church is especially
responsible for helping with running costs of this special small community.
We provide regular support and fund raising events for local, national and international
charities, including Christian Aid, Action
for Children and the Methodist Relief and
Development charity All We Can. We support an annual
shoe box appeal, providing gifts for
people in poor communities in Eastern Europe