Dealing with Depression

Dear Church Leaders, 

Dealing with Depression - Future  Zoom Workshop(s)

The Keyboard Trust would like to offer a number of Zoom workshops held over a few weeks for all Church leaders. Who can come together for support and discussion on how to deal with Depression. 

We are aware that there are many life challenges before this covid-19 pandemic changed our day to day lives, can push even the strongest person to their knees. 

We have been in talks with Evangelist Steve Marshall, who is also a Counsellor,  Author an innovator and is Bristol-based. To facilitate the workshop(s) as he is able to identify with depression by sharing his own experience.

His program titled Getting Out Of My Own Head looks at depression from a Christian perspective and offers spiritual and practical advice that many have found extremely helpful.

The Keyboard Trusts would like to open this workshop to all church leaders, we would like a  minimum of 10 people to attend no maximum. If there is interest for a followup session, we will secure a date and email you. We would like as many people to benefit from the information as possible.

So if you are interested please email me on keyboardnetworker@gmail.com  before Thur. 11th June  2020.  Zoom login details will be sent out after r.s.v.p. Please share amongst your contacts.

 

Thank you
Carmen Carrol

Keyboard Networker

Churches Together in Greater Bristol l

Together4Bristol l Keyboard 2020 Trust
E: keyboardnetworker@gmail.com | Tel: +44 (0)7904 583 865

Christian community: www.together4bristol.org.uk  

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Can you help feed Bristol -  Read more on CAB website 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

The Bristol Churches City Fund (partnering with Bristol Noise and Christian Action Bristol) is raising funds for what is becoming a critical need across the city. 

The URGENT task is to raise funds to support the effort to get food to where it is most urgently needed. 

So, we are asking for an outpouring of generosity from Christians and churches across the city to contribute to this Fund. 

The Fund will channel much-needed finance to purchase additional food supplies, including those items that are not easy to source elsewhere at the moment. 

Every donation will be directed to providing food to food banks across the city, and will make a huge difference to the lives of thousands of families. 

1.  Make a donation online by visiting www.churchescityfund.org/donate

2. You can also donate by texting 70460. To donate £2 text ‘CITYFUNDFOOD 2', £5 text 'CITYFUNDFOOD 5', £10 text 'CITYFUNDFOOD 10’. Texts cost the donation amount plus one standard rate message.

3. Share the Bristol Churches City Fund with friends and family, communities and churches, etc. Help spread the word and encourage others to join in supporting the food crisis in our city. Read more 

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Could you use your home for good?

Each year in the UK, tens of thousands of children and young people come into care, usually from difficult or desperate circumstances. Children may have suffered a lack of care or stability, abuse or neglect, or their family may be going through crisis. All have experienced trauma and separation, even those who come into care at birth.

Fostering is an opportunity to give vulnerable children and young people a safe place in a stable and loving home while their own family is unable to look after them. Some may need a home for a few nights, others for a few months or years, and some will need to be looked after throughout their childhood. All will need care, compassion and support.

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If you are feeling weighed down by debt, then we can help. You may think your situation is impossible, but there is hope. Our friendly team will give you a listening ear in the privacy of your own home and provide a real solution to your debts.

Since we started helping people out of debt in 1996, we’ve helped thousands in situations like yours through our professional service offered by 296 CAP Debt Centres.

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When you call our free number, you’ll speak to someone from our New Enquiries Team. They’ll arrange for one of our amazing team to come and visit you. If you can gather all your paperwork ready, this will make the process a lot quicker. They’ll happily sort through it all, and sent it off to our head office, where they’ll work out a budget and the best route out of debt for you, to see you through to financial freedom and beyond. Read more

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): What you need to know

 

​Stay alert

We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must:

  • stay at home as much as possible

  • work from home if you can

  • limit contact with other people

  • keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)

  • wash your hands regularly

 

Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms. via Read more about what you can and cannot do

 

Please see an update message here or the videos from - Marvin Rees Mayor of Bristol  

Read more about what you can and cannot do via Gov.co.uk

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