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Help to Care

Are you a carer? Who cares for you? We are a friendly group seeking to support people caring for older relatives and friends in Knighton. We provide coffee, tea & homemade cakes and an opportunity to talk & share and find hope in the often difficult experiences of life.  We meet in the front foyer More


From Tremor to Trust

From Tremor to Trust If you saw Jonny Acheson on Tuesday evening speaking about how he is coping since being diagnosed with Young onset Parkinsons – then this is a video that he has put together which explains more:


Lauren Daigle – You Say

We talked about a Christian finding their identity in Christ on Sunday. Have a listen to the words of this song and let it reinforce that truth.


Dignity: What does it even mean?

Back in May I was given the great blessing of being able to attend the triennial conference of the International Christian Alliance against Prostitution and Trafficking, held in the United States. It was a great joy to gather together with hundreds of other people working around the world for projects similar to Saffires, seeking freedom More


Lent Bible Reading Challenge

The Russian tennis player Vera Zvonareva was a finalist at Wimbledon in 2010.  She had previously had a reputation for cracking on court. She would often be in tears, and her game would disintegrate. One of the techniques that she used to turn her career round was to put a towel over her head during More


Saffires

Following the King What does Christmas mean to you? Big turkey dinners with all the family, the joy of giving gifts to loved ones, celebrating the birth of our Saviour? For some of the women we have been meeting at Saffires, Christmas has a different feel. They talk of being alone at Christmas, working because More


I’ve just started reading through the book of Exodus in my quiet times. In the grand total of 22 verses I have read so far, one thing has been crystal clear to me: This is not a children’s story. But don’t we often treat it like it is? Poor Israel in a bit of a More


Home for Good

Home for Good Leicester is a new local movement of Home for Good, a national Christian charity that raises awareness of fostering and adoption, and supports adoptive and foster families.

Our launch event will take place at City Hall, Charles Street, Leicester on Friday 20th January 2017 at 1pm. The key note speech will be delivered by the founder of Home for Good, Krish Kandiah, and the event is open to anyone interested in fostering and adoption.

For more information about Home for Good Leicester, or to rsvp your attendance at our launch event, please email: Leicester@homeforgood.org.uk or go to their web page: www.homeforgood.org.uk/leicester.