The wellbeing of the congregation is paramount in our thoughts and we encourage all our members, wherever possible, to look out for the care and welfare of each other.

Lynette, our Director of Welfare & Life Cycle can give assistance on a range of matters including information on nursing homes, sheltered accommodation, care agencies, obtaining disability aids, registering for Dial a Ride and the Taxi Card Schemes, counselling and other social care services.

Amongst the many opportunities we have to support each other we invite our members to participate in our programmes:

We run information days on:

  • Living with Cancer
  • Living with Dementia
  • How To Retire
  • Planning for the Inevitable
  • And many other topics

We are also proud to host: Singing for the Brain,  a group for people with Alzheimers and their Carers; Monday Club, a group for people with learning disabilities