Providing low cost, high quality care and education for children aged 2-5 years in a loving, caring environment which values individuality.
Monday – Friday 9.30am – 12.00pm, 12.00pm – 1.00pm, 1.00pm – 3.30pm at the City Church Centre during term times.
Tel: 01472 232307
The award winning national charity, Christians Against Poverty (CAP), has its Grimsby office in the City Church Centre and offers free debt counselling across North East Lincolnshire.
CAP's free, non-judgemental service is available to everyone, regardless of faith, age, gender or background. We offer a combination of face-to-face home visits, budgeting advice, debt management, creditor negotiations, insolvency services and friend- ship.
If financially things are out of control, you’re stressed, missing meals or sleep, call CAP free on 0800 328 0006;
Or talk to Centre Manager Ellen Beckett on 07599212192
In partnership with other local churches we have the privilege of working through CARE, (Christian Action, Resource Enterprise) a separate charity, which was set up in 1992.
CARE is dedicated to relieving poverty, hardship and distress to those sectors of the local community that are unable to access help and aid through the usual channels. CARE is passionate about bringing dignity and compassion into the lives of those who for some reason find themselves at a point of need.
We have a number from the church serving as Directors or working for CARE through its various arms into the community: CARE shop, CARE rent scheme, Food Larder, CARE property, & CARE parenting.
DAILY BREAD FOOD LARDER
City Church is actively involved with the Daily Bread Food Larder which helps those who experience emergency, temporary financial need.
The scheme is operated by Churches Together in NE Lincolnshire and Christian Action Resource Enterprise (CARE) working in partnership to provide short term relief of food poverty in the area.
City Church is actively involved in the Street Angels scheme which operates in Cleethorpes. The Scheme was set up by Churches Together in North East Lincolnshire with the support of Humberside Police, Safer and Stronger Communities, Voluntary Action Volunteer Centre and other agencies
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
Rescuing victims of human trafficking in the UK… HOPE FOR JUSTICE NE LINCS endeavours to rescue women, men, boys and girls who have been trafficked, and then rehabilitate them after their ordeal and bring the perpetrators to justice.
Hope for Justice NE Lincs meets on the third Monday of every month, 7.30pm at:
The Foyer, YMCA, Orwell Street, Grimsby DN31 3HB
Find out how you can help tackle the problems of trafficking locally and in the UK.