Woking's Christian Agencies Network
A forum for agencies with a specifically Christian ethos. We meet three times a year for networking, prayer, mutual support and encouragement. Out of these close relationships flows effective collaboration for the benefit of Woking residents.
Below is a list of the Christian agencies that are working in and around Woking. Please click their names to visit their web sites.
Across Cross Cultural Ministry in Woking
Helping to build bridges of friendship with local Asian communities and enabling local Christians to appreciate and understand lifestyles, cultures and faiths of those from other ethnic backgrounds. Sharing the love of God in both word and deed with those from different cultures.
A safe place for women to learn to bake together
CAP Community Café runs every Monday lunchtime at Welcome Church and is a great place for meeting people and building community, as well as enjoying some free, tasty food and drinks.
At the CAP Café, you can also learn more about the range of CAP Courses and Services available in Woking, and sign up for any of the courses that run each term. 07968 697156
Debt Help Free debt counselling, which includes a home visit to client and on-going support until they are debt free.
Fresh Start Course A friendly and confidential group, with the offer of 1-1 support, to enable people to break free from their dependencies.
Job Club To provide unemployed people with input and resources to enable them to make a successful job application.
Life Skills Course Teaches practical skills to help people live well on a budget. Areas covered include: healthy eating, making money go further and healthy relationships.
Money Course A money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that helps people to get more in control of their finances and prevent debt.
east to west - the Emerge project
The Emerge Project is a response to the needs of young people (10-25) who are admitted to the Emergency Department of St. Peter's Hospital, Chertsey as a result of mental health difficulties such as self-harm injury or attempted suicide. Working alongside the hospital's clinical team, the Emerge Project volunteers provide pastoral care and support during what is often a very distressing and difficult time. Where appropriate east to west also continue to support young people in the community once they're out of hospital. east to west also provide relational support work to young people in schools across Surrey, Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire.
Working to encourage and support a Christian presence in primary and secondary schools in and around Woking. Two professional schools workers help lead assemblies, provide RE/PHSE lesson support, mentoring and pastoral support to staff.
Supporting out-of-work women back into employment by providing high quality interview clothing, styling advice, and confidence coaching. Also, offering training and input on topics of truth.
Delivering food provision, training and education to local communities. Our free cookery skills training courses teach people how to prepare and cook nutritional food on a restricted budget.
Community restoration projects using and empowering volunteers on the margins of society.
Providing Bibles and New Testaments to those who do not have the normal provision of one. Local contact: John Nash - email@example.com
A meal solution provider specialising in providing homecooked Malaysian meals to marginalised individuals and families.
firstname.lastname@example.org 07410 377 817
The International Café provides a safe, social and welcoming environment to practise conversational English.
Provision of free clothes, toys and equipment to pre-school children for families in financial hardship.
Aims to help cut food waste, building stronger bonds within the community to redistribute good quality food.
A variety of projects to encourage, empower, and equip people... to see lives transformed through kindness, belief, and hope.
Linking up with local agencies who can offer expertise to the residents of Sheerwater and Maybury to help transform our communities. We provide a space for them to meet with people and plan to initiate projects to meet local needs like career advice, computer usage, drop-in sessions.
Supporting young people into training and employment for a brighter future.
Hot drinks table on Friday evenings in Woking town centre - sharing the Gospel and praying for people.
A number of courses designed to take a woman affected by a past abortion on a supported journey to hope, healing and restoration.
ROC Woking is part of a national movement that brings together volunteers, local and regional authorities and faith communities, to work for the good of the town. Our three Action Teams cover Social Isolation/Loneliness, Mental Health/Wellbeing and Youth.
South Woking Community Food Bank
Delivering food parcels to needy people in the South Woking area (Westfield, Kingfield & Old Woking).
email@example.com 01483725660 or 07765992181
Christian retreat and conference centre for residential and day groups as well as individuals. A wide range of well-equipped meeting rooms and 31 bedspaces. Chef can cater for up to 100 people. Chaplain organises a wide ranging Christian programme.
The Useful Wood Company - Recycling Wood – Transforming Lives
A charitable social enterprise company, providing an opportunity for those struggling to access the job market to gain confidence and skills so that they can contribute to their local community. TUWC collect waste wood from construction sites for less than the cost of a skip, and so reduce landfill and protect the environment from harmful gases, wood is then sorted and either resold, used in our workshop to make products for sale or sent for biofuel.
firstname.lastname@example.org 07305 987808 or 01483 714362
A place of support and encouragement for those who find themselves alone or going through life's challenges.
Aims to provide an environment where single parents and their children can meet up to have some fun together, receive support and get encouragement from others at a similar stage of life.
Providing the bridge between those that want to give their time, money and goods to those in need.
The Contact Centre offers a safe, friendly, and neutral environment in Woking, where children of separated families can spend time with one or both parents and sometimes with other family members.
Woking FC Chaplain
Chaplain to Woking Football Club - Ian Nicholson
07976 351891 email@example.com
Providing emergency food for local people in crisis.
Interchurch group of Christians who offer prayer for passers-by in the town centre on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, between 1 and 3pm.
We are a team of volunteers who serve Woking Centre on Friday and Saturday nights from 10pm to 4am, providing care and support to those who are vulnerable as a result or alcohol, drugs, abuse, etc.
Providing emergency and longer term housing for those experiencing homelessness locally. Also providing support, advice and information for those at risk of becoming homeless or those rough sleeping.