Welcome to Churches Together in Shrewsbury.
Discover how the churches in Shrewsbury are sharing and working together.
We hope you'll visit our forthcoming events and joint services. Please see the What's On section for details.
Good Friday Walk of Witness
Churches Together in Shrewsbury are once again leading a Walk of Witness through the town of Shrewsbury on Good Friday morning, with members of many different churches taking part.
There will be a short service in the Square commencing at 10.30am. We will then walk up Pride Hill to the cross at the top of the hill where the second half of our service will continue at approximately 11.00am. All are welcome to come and join in all or any part of this act of Christian witness.
Refreshments will be served after this service in St Alkmunds Church
Shrewsbury Youth For Christ
The s-yfc team are committed to serving schools and helping young people in a variety of ways. We work alongside staff to provide a service that contributes to school life, whether through formal settings such as lessons, or informal meetings with young people. In everything we do our aim is to bless the community, and show how Jesus is still relevant and can impact young lives in a positive way.
At Shrewsbury Youth for Christ we are passionate about working together with local Christians to take good news relevantly to every young person in Shrewsbury. We aim to:
‘Work with local churches and create genuine partnership in reaching out to young people in Shewsbury' We want to build on our past history of good relationships with local churches and continue to build thriving and mutual relationships with these groups. As churches continue to support us in prayer and giving, we aim to support local churches in training, networking and facilitating communication.
We'd love you to get alongside us in prayer, giving and volunteering. Please get in touch through our website.
COMMUNITY & SERVICE
Shrewsbury Food Bank
Shrewsbury Food Bank, operates from Barnabas Community Church. It is run entirely by volunteers, provides parcels of food to those that find themselves in real times of hardship. This service is offered throughout Shrewsbury.
People are referred for help by a local Agency, Charity or Church when found to be in a genuine crisis. Shrewsbury Food Bank assists with food to help them through their crisis period. Those referred may be in debt, have lost their job, suffered ill-health, family breakdown, bereavement, delays in benefits or homelessness or a combination of many issues. Not surprisingly, in the current economic climate demands on the service are particularly high.
Shrewsbury Food Bank relies entirely on donations of food and money to provide this service as well as the team of volunteers that run it. It is supported by many of the churches in the town.
For more information contact: 01743 343336 or log on to
The Cafe Church
The Cafe Church meets at The Lion Hotel, Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury
on 2nd Wednesday of the month from 7.30 - 8.30pm and aims to provide those seeking a more spritual element in their lives an informal opportunity to explore Christianity.
If this could be you, come along for coffee and a chat in a friendly relaxed setting. Its a great opportunity to bring a friend along who is not a regular church attender !
The next meeting is on 13th April 2016 from 7.30pm - 8.30pm and will be talking about ................
SHREWSBURY STREET PASTORS
Shrewsbury Street Pastors started in 2011 when the local Police and Shropshire Council approached the local Churches and asked if we could launch a scheme with the aim of making the town centre a safer place for people to enjoy themselves over the weekend.
There are currently 28 volunteer Street Pastors from eleven different Churches with more than 20 Churches supporting in different ways.
A Street Pastor is someone who makes themselves available to help people who have become vulnerable in the evening. This may be through the effects of alcohol, or drugs, or relational difficulty and emotional distress.
Street Pastors help people get home safe, getting them back in touch with their friends and providing things like space blankets to keep warm, water to re-hydrate or flip flops if they can no longer walk in high heels.
For more information please click on Shrewsbury Street Pastors in our "Features" Section
Trinity Churches owns and runs a Coffee Shop in Radbrook Shopping Centre. Café Connect is staffed by a team of volunteers from both our church and other local congregations.
Café Connect uses fairly traded coffee and other goods wherever possible and stocks books, cards, gifts and other Christian resources.
You can enjoy drinks, snacks and light lunches to eat in or take away, and know that all profits are given away to local charities and other good causes.
See 'Features' Section for more information
Barnabas Money Advice continues to run on Monday evenings at Barnabas Centre in Longden Coleham ( Shrewsbury) from 7pm and provides an opportunity for people to receive support and advice regarding money and debts.
See 'Features' Section for more information