Entries by Andrew

ENCS and ENFG explained

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 – […]

Rushden people over 150 years

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 […]

Job vacancy – Whitefriars Church, Rushden (deadline extended to Monday 9 October, 9am)

A Job Opportunity has arisen for an organised and self-motivated Administrator to join Whitefriars Church, Rushden, staff team.  18 hours pw at £9ph.  Key responsibilities will be to provide general administrative assistance to the Vicar and church in support of our ministry and mission.  Further details are attached at: Ministry resources manager job advert A4 version […]

The Jump…

12 residents and staff from the Recovery House in Rushden will be doing a fundraising controlled jump that  on Friday 8th September. More details are on the attached poster: Th jump Please feel free to display and circulate it as opportunities permit, to encourage people to make donations to East Northants Community Services.  

Christian Ambulance Network – and other workplace groups for Christians

Simon King of Whitefriars Church, Rushden, and an employee of the East of England Ambulance Service, has recently started the Christian Ambulance Network to to support and encourage Christians in the ambulance service, given that no such group existed already. More details, including contact details, are given in the attached poster: CAN Poster July 2017 v3 […]

Introducing Transport of Hope…

This is a community organisation that has developed from Helpful Humans, continuing to help the homeless and refugees but also offering frontline support to people in our local community who are struggling in any way. Chris Clavey reports that they are desperately short of all types of clothing at the moment, still collecting food and toiletries […]