The latest update is available at ENCS January 2018 update. Please feel free to forward it to anyone who is interested.
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Entries by Andrew
The ENCS trustees are are looking for an experienced WordPress user to maintain and develop our website, www.encs.org.uk. as a volunteer. More details are available at Webmaster ENCS Anyone interested is invited to contact [email protected]
Northants Police is inviting police to consider becoming police chaplains. This is not just for Christians or authorised ministers: lay people with the right pastoral skill set are also very welcome to apply. This is an incarnational ministry, getting alongside people, and being a safe listening ear. It is not, therefore, an opportunity to proselytise or […]
The East Northants Community Services update for December 2017 is available at ENCS December 2017 update. With best wishes for Christmas and the New Year from ENCS
Rev Philip Evans and Dr David Smart each gave a very relevant and practical presentation on different aspects of mental health and wellbeing at the East Northants Leaders’ Lunch on Wednesday 25th October. The slides used by Philip in his presentation (albeit slightly clipped at the edges in a few cases) are available at Philip Evans […]
The trustees of the charity East Northants Faith Group have recently worked with staff, volunteers and clients of services to agree how its community arm, East Northants Community Services, fits in with the Faith Group, and to produce a mission statement and a values statement. These are all set out at: ENCS role and statements – […]
The ENCS November update can be downloaded from: ENCS update – November 2017
The October ENCS update is here: ENCS update – October 2017
This is now available, at ENCS update – Sept 2017
Thirty students of the Rushden Academy have recently carried out some research on people associated with Rushden who made their mark on the world in various positive ways. They achieved this with the help of youth workers from Whitefriars Church, Rushden, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. More details are available at Rushden People Through […]