CAP – Lifting People out of Poverty
At Christ Church Ware we have a CAP debt counselling service. It’s for anyone struggling with debt, whether they’re a Christian or not.
Since its inception this successful service has seen a number of clients become debt-free thanks to our dedicated team of highly trained debt counselors.
Here to help, not to judge
We take a non-judgmental approach to each and every client’s problems, big or small; and although becoming debt-free is not an overnight achievement, we will stick with you, holding your hand every step of the way until you reach your target.
Call the CAP Team Now
If you’re struggling with debt, our CAP team would love to help you.
Find more detail at https://capuk.org/.
LoveWare:LiveWare brings a range of social and community events to the area, sharing God’s love in Ware. It’s for people who want to do useful, fun things that bring people together. Run in partnership with other local churches, we ask nothing of our visitors – there are no hidden catches and it’s all absolutely FREE! Click here to find out more.
LoveWare:LiveWare was one of 2009’s official charities chosen to be sponsored by Ware Town Council and the Ware Week Festival and continues to flourish and grow.
If you want to experience more of LoveWare:LiveWare, why not come along to one of our events.
Christ Church School is a thriving and popular VA Church of England Primary school with a one and a half form intake. The school is committed to providing education of the highest quality within a happy, friendly and secure Christian environment. The school is a voluntary aided school affiliated to the Church of England, and it enjoys strong links with Christ Church, The incumbent serves as one of its Foundation governors and has established a strong pastoral link with the school and its Head Teacher, conducting assemblies on a regular basis and leading 2 or 3 services in church each term. Members of the congregation go in each week to support children in their reading.
So are we! Come and join us!
4:00 – 7:00pm on the last Saturday of every month except December.
At Christ Church Centre, New Road, Ware.
£3 donation per family, includes supper!
Come with or without children! Bring a friend!
For further information, please contact Sue Ilott via the Church Office, 01920 4872637 or email email@example.com.
The worshipping community of Christ Church is of course larger than those of us who are together on Sundays or at other times on the church ‘campus’. There are members who are nearly or completely housebound. For the most part they are visited by individual members of the church and by ministry team members, including the Home Communion Team.
The team currently consists of 9 members. We aim to take a communion service to individuals at least once a month. We visit members of the church in their homes and also hold communion services for the residents of Westgate House and Highfields nursing home. This ministry is available to anyone who needs it; permanently or temporarily (after an operation or illness for instance).
As well as communion we also have folk who will visit for a natter over a cuppa. They offer pastoral care for those who need it, praying with members and supporting them in whatever ways we can.
Focus Together is a group that meets in the church centre on the third Thursday of each month. Membership is open to everyone, members of Christ Church, members of other churches and followers of other faiths or no faith at all.
The vision of the group is to provide a Christian centred fellowship for single people or couples of both genders and of all ages. We believe that through evenings of interest and entertainment we can strengthen the fellowship within Christ Church, reach out to the community, explain our faith and demonstrate our commitment to the teaching of Jesus.
To entice you a typical year’s programme would have visiting speakers who inform and intrigue us with talks on a wide range of subject matter on varying topics, including The Salvation Army Today, Tales of a Childhood in China, the History of Wodson Park and 400 years of the New River. We had tea in the garden of Westill house, an evening of music and went as a group to the Isobel Hospice carol concert at Haileybury school. We hold an annual ‘Missionary Supper’ where were fortunate to be joined by All Nations students who share food, fellowship and stories from around the world.