News and prayer requests received from the local branch of CAP
Monthly Prayer Meetings
These will all now be held every second Wednesday of the month at St Aldhelm’ Church Centre, Spa Road, Weymouth, DT3 5EW from 10.30-11.30am.
The next meeting will be at St. Aldhelm’ Church Centre on Wednesday 8th August. Please come and be updated on finance, the Debt Centre, the Job Club and CAP Money and support this ministry.
CAP’s first newsletter with information about CAP and how God has been blessing the work of the debt coaches in Weymouth and Portland.
Looking back, over four years, and forward
On 19th of March 2014 the Echo printed: FAMILIES struggling with debt problems are being given a helping hand. Weymouth and Portland has been selected as a new base for a free debt counselling service after problems were recognised in the borough. It will be run by the charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) which is teaming up with local churches to introduce the service. Counsellors will see people in their homes but it is hoped a drop-in centre will be established later in the year. . . .
Looking forward, March 2018 four years on “And then there were three” Claire and Ian, two new debt coaches, shown here in the ASDA Foyer (Thanks ASDA) as well as Sally, who is not in this picture. Read the full article here.
Praise & Prayer from CAP Weymouth & Portland
Ian and Claire spoke to over 20 family workers for Weymouth & Portland about CAP and how they can refer their clients.
That our client has been offered a new job.
We have three families excited and almost ready to go on the discovery breaks.
For many answered prayers of contact with clients.
That through the process of CAP Ian’ first Portland client has gone debt free!
That makes 7 families so far this year to go debt free in Weymouth & Portland!
Please continue to pray for those who are suffering addictions, struggling to open front doors, dealing with low incomes and just starting out on the CAP route.
For clients awaiting paperwork from ESA.
For the bailiff companies who serve Weymouth & Portland that they will have compassion for the most vulnerable in our area and point people to the correct support.
For more appointments.
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