This group meets every Wednesday 10:00—12:00 at The King’s Centre during term time. The group was started to encourage creativity in women and to reduce social isolation using a range of activities from pottery to paper making. All abilities are welcome. For more information please contact the Church office.
The Furniture Bank, since 2013, has existed to provide people who have insufficient finances of their own to furnish and equip their home, often those who have been made homeless and are being housed by EDDC. In the first year we helped 24 people and families with 129 items, increasing in 2015 to 37 people/ families receiving 339 items. The Furniture Bank has a very small team of guys who collect and deliver to Honiton and surrounding area and is grateful for donations of furniture, white goods and household items in good condition.
Many Hands assists individuals both inside and outside the church with practical help such as gardening, decorating, moving house and general DIY.
Read Easy is a scheme to help any adult who either can’t read or who lacks confidence in reading. About one in six adults in the UK today struggles with reading. Read Easy is a flexible, confidential, one to one scheme, so that anyone can learn quietly and comfortably at their own pace.
This is a course run by parents for parents. This course provides an opportunity for parents to reflect on their ways of parenting and ways to meet the needs of their children. This is a friendly and informal 6 week course that has been popular in the past. There are plans to run it again in the near future at The King’s Centre.
This is a community-based initiative that seeks to provide practical, emotional and spiritual support for people marginalised in society. We have helped men and women involved in the criminal justice system, victims of domestic violence, and those with long term drug and/or alcohol issues.