Below are the organisations that are linked to Churches Together in Clevedon. They have representation on the council and in some cases we have the responsibility of appointing key board members for their boards.
Andrew House is a Supported Housing project for men recovering from drug and alcohol dependency. They also provide support to members in matters of housing, finances, mental health issues, and in life-skills training where needed.
Clevedon Care is primarily involved in arranging and providing transport to medical appointments for residents of Clevedon and surrounding villages in North Somerset. Demand for their service is constantly increasing, leading to them providing more than 3000 journeys a year.
The YMCA seeks to help young people in our community build a future. Their ethos is to provide help to those in times of need regardless of gender, race, ability or faith.
Aquila Bristol runs divorce and relationship breakdown courses. They hold self-help courses with trained facilitators, both male and female, who have themselves been through divorce or relationship breakdown.
If you have ever wanted to explore the meaning of of life, with others, then the Alpha course is ideal for you. The Alpha course explores the Christian faith over a 10 week course which is free and includes a meal. The course typically runs on a Monday evening. Please email
email@example.com for more info.
Clevedon District Foodbank
Clevedon District Foodbank is an independent charity seeded by the Trussell Trust. They work together with local based agencies, including charities, schools and government agencies to provide practical support in the form of food, together with advice and friendship to those in crisis in the local area.
Somerset Savings and Loans Credit Union has a service point at Salvation Army Hall which takes place Friday 9.30am - 11.30am as part of their RELATE cafe. They are a community ethical bank, offering competitive savings and fair loans. For further details phone 01275 390650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RE:MISSION was founded to ensure the work of Andrew House can continue - which it does through raising finances and supporting the work. More widely, RE:MISSION is funding supported training to enable its residence to enter the job market with relevant skills - enabling them
to find the dignity of employment and independent living.