News from Other Organisations

Click on the links for more information about the great things other organisations and people are up to.  More recently added items are at the top.

  • The Crowthorne Foodbank operates from Vineyard Church Centre, 25 Wellington Business Park, Duke's Ride, Crowthorne.  The opening times are Monday and Thursday from 12noon to 2pm. For the month of January 2018, 98 people (47 adults + 51 children), a total of 882 meals.  Since opening the Foodbank in December 2012, 2962 adults and 2550 children were fed and 49,608 meals were given.  The current shortages are for: bleach, black bin bags, kitchen roll and anti-bacterial spray.
  • An e-newsletter from Bishop Steven, Bishop of Oxford, is now available to read.
  • All Saints Church, Wokingham has two office vacancies.
  • Churches Together in Crowthorne is holding a service for the Women's World Day of Prayer on Friday 2nd March at Crowthorne Methodist Church.
  • Churches Together in Berkshire has a vacancy for a County Ecumenical Development Officer - closing date of 19th February.  See the advert and job description for further information.
  • Churches Together in Crowthorne is running a number of Lent courses.  See the flier for further information.
  • Soulscape is holding a charity curry night on Monday 5th March.  For £20 per head you will be served a range of starters (not poppadoms). This will be followed by a variety of spicy meat dishes served with naan breads, rice and vegetable dishes like onion bhajis. If you are a vegetarian or have special dietary needs, you will need to let us know when you book and we will pass this onto the restaurant. There will be a cash bar for you to buy your drinks for the evening. To book please email and you will then be sent information for advance payment. Once we reach 50 tickets we can reserve the whole restaurant, so let's get booking!  If you are planning to go as a group, please book together so we know where to seat you. We don't have sufficient bookings at the moment to make this event happen so, if you are intending to come, but haven't told us, please could let us know by Friday 23rd February.
  • Create Hope - a charity operating out of Kerith Church in Bracknell - has been selected as the local fund by the Co-operative.  The more Co-op members that support Create Hope and shop at Co-op, the more money they'll receive.  If you're not a Co-op member already,  apply to become a member of Co-op, then choose Create Hope as the Local Community Fund via the Create Hope profile page.  Every time a Co-op member buys a a Co-op branded product or service, 1% of the spend goes to the nominated local cause.
  • Involve is a voluntary service charity in Wokingham and Bracknell.  The 'Chain' newsletter for Wokingham in February is full of information, news, events, training and other opportunities as is the E-Bulletin from Bracknell Forest.