Working with our Community
At our church, we love to be an integral part of Farnworth’s Community, doing what we can to support people and working with others and to bring positive transformation in the area.
We want everything we do to be excellent. From serving a cup of coffee to managing a project we aim be the best we possible can.
To create lasting change, we try not to be limited in our thinking but act with faith and work as hard as possible. We take our responsibilities seriously, making the most of what we have, but with the knowledge that God can do more than we can imagine!
The Jeremiah project is designed to help people develop their skills and overcome isolation. We offer a range of services including a CAP Job Club, conversational English classes for speakers of other languages (ESOL), short accredited training courses, and volunteering opportunities.
We are very grateful to have been awarded funding from the National Lottery Community Fund to support the Jeremiah Project. This support allows us to make a meaningful impact in our community and assist numerous individuals.
Jeremiah Advice and Guidance
The Well Café
Our not-for-profit café is open on Mon – Fri, 10am – 2pm.
At The Well Café we serve lovely home made food and cakes and great coffee.
We provide a warm welcome for anyone visiting the building and want to be as affordable as possible.
For more information about The Well Café, please visit our page.
Farnworth and Kearsley Foodbank
We want to see a future where foodbanks are no longer needed, because we live in a fair and just society.
Until that happens, we offer crisis support for people living in Farnworth and Kearsley.
For more information, please visit the Farnworth & Kearsley Foodbank website.
We care about you and offer places where ‘it’s OK not to be OK.’
We offer lots of activities to support your wellbeing including our Renew Well drop in.
We also provide 1-2-1 support and can help you develop a personalised Wellbeing Plan based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
More details can be found on our wellbeing page.
Jeremiah Education Centre
We truly believe that every young person deserves a good education, whatever their situation or background it.
At our centre, we’re all about providing an alternative path to education. We want to give young people the chance to not just fit into a mainstream school, but to really thrive there. We partner with Acorn Alternative Provision, working hand in hand to make it happen.