An invitation is extended to one and all to a special Open Day at St John’s Victoria Hall, Victoria Road, Bexhill, this Sunday (March 12) 10-5pm, when an announcement will be made about the launch of two new community organisations.
Michael Ensor, who is responsible for the running of St John’s Victoria Hall as a volunteer, has announced the launch of two new Christians Against Poverty (CAP) programmes. “St John’s Victoria Hall is well used, and well liked, by many community groups, and it is a delight that St John’s has such an important place in our town,” he said.
“Bexhill has already benefitted from the CAP Debt Centre for the past six years, based around The Pelham, Sidley Baptist, and Beulah Baptist, now St John’s will be extending the CAP services with a new CAP Job Club and a CAP Life Skills programmes.”
The CAP Job Club will be run by Michael Ensor (East Sussex County Councillor Bexhill King Offa Division) and the CAP Life Skills will be run by Sue Ensor, with the support from other volunteer helpers. The free services are open to anyone, and will be held on Thursday mornings in Victoria Hall from 9.30am.
Michael added: “The Open Day on Sunday will also provide an opportunity to have a look around St John’s, and have a chat over a cup of tea or coffee.
“We will be celebrating one year since the start of our Café Church at 10am, and looking forward to the future with the commissioning of a new Pioneer Church Plant by SEBA (South Eastern Baptist Association) at 3.30pm.”
For more details: www.caplifeskills.org, www.capjobclub.org or call 0800 3280 006.