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We work with churches in Chichester Diocese to promote community engagement and combat loneliness, isolation, modern-day slavery, mental health, homelessness, poverty and more. Check out our website for more information.

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Become a Mental Health Advocate in Your Parish

Our first training date is Saturday 7 May, 10 am - 4 pm, via Zoom.

We are well underway with our latest initiative to recruit twenty-five Mental Health Advocates around the diocese. These advocates will not be expected to address every mental health issue themselves. Instead, with a listening ear, they will lend a supportive attitude with the knowledge to signpost to further support and help: they will be someone able to respond.

Spaces are filling fast - could your parishes first Mental Health Advocate be you?

Read more and apply today.

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Growing the Common Good Conference at the i360 on 17 May:

Explore how you can respond to challenges facing our churches and communities and work together for the Common Good at Together in Sussex ‘Growing the Common Good’ day conference.
Featuring key speakers from Church Urban Fund, A Rocha and Together in Sussex, tickets are £5 only and refreshments will be provided.
Book your tickets today here

By Rt Revd Adrian Newman

Church Urban Fund recently shared Rt Revd Adrian Newman's reflection on the war in Ukraine.

Discussing trauma, evil, action and honesty, read his article here.


"...Already the images overwhelm us and are seared on our consciousness.

We must, of course, resist evil. We must also love our enemies. That is an almost impossible line to walk at a time like this, but we have to try."

New: Supporting You

Chichester District Council have released a new leaflet: Supporting You.

Providing helpful resources and signposting for topics such as paying bills, debt, isolation and energy costs, download the leaflet and read more here.

Chichester District Council also provide a "monthly email newsletter for the latest updates on schemes and support that could benefit you". Sign up here.

Brighton Women's Centre Call On the Government

A statement has been released by The Emergency Food Network detailing how to respond to the cost of living crisis, and Brighton Women's Centre are calling upon the Government to release the Food Strategy White Paper.

Read the full statement and actions plans here, plus find out how to donate to the Brighton Women's Centre food bank.
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