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An actor, a GP and a palliative care nurse are among contributors to the Church of England national online service this weekend to be broadcast from Liverpool and Blackburn in Lancashire.
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Churches are marking the annual Mental Health Awareness Week amid a year of intense pressure on mental health services.
Churches are increasingly involved in running and supporting food clubs – often known as pantries – helping families to cut their food bills amid the long-term economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
We feature food clubs supported by Church Action on Poverty:
How church run food clubs in one town are helping more than 200 households to save on their weekly shop
Up to 250 households visit ‘food clubs’ each week opened at Church of England parishes in Wigan, providing low cost fresh and tinned goods to members.
Churches are hosting activities from curry nights to community barbecues as part of a summer holiday scheme that is expected to feed more than 1,000 children in one diocese alone.
Churches in a network of food clubs have extended their hours to provide warm spaces for people struggling to pay their energy bills this winter.