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Trinity church is hosting a new project, in partnership with Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton (RMNS), International Coffee Club. We meet at Trinity Church on Monday mornings in term time between 10.00am and 12.00 to give people from around the world a chance to practise their English and meet new friends. There's free coffee and biscuits and a rota of volunteers, some with English as a first language and others from abroad who join in the conversations. It is purely social with no formal language teaching - that is available at RMNS on Wednesday mornings.
Fuel Hardship Fund
Sutton Community Works has set up an opportunity to give directly to a hardship fund using an online giving platform. Alternatively you can donate by BACS to Sutton Community Works Hardship Fund firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sutton Foodbank and Community Foodshop are seeing significant increases in demand and use due to Cost of Living Increases and the welcoming of Ukrainian Refugees. Alongside this food donations have decreased. We are seeking donations with a remaining shelf-life of at least three months of the items listed below: Donations would need to be dropped off at the Big Yellow Storage facility any day 9–5pm.
We have seen the use of the community foodshop triple over the last year and a great way to get the food we want is via Bankuet — church members can donate financially online via Bankuet and we can arrange for the food items we need to be delivered direct to the shop; see flier and link https://www.bankuet.co.uk/communityfoodshopsutton. You can use Bankuet to donate financially to the Foodbank so we can buy food items we need.
Sutton Community Foodshop also seeks more volunteers to re-stock the shop on Wednesdays:
Sutton Foodbank also seeks more volunteers to serve shoppers:
St Barnabas Church is open on the second and fourth Wednesday mornings of each month from 10am to noon for fellowship, quiet, and craft activities. Tea and coffee is available.
Click here for details.
The Welsh Presbyterian church in Lind Road, Sutton has a prayer meeting at 11am every Saturday, followed by tea/coffee at midday.
All are welcome, and you don't need to speak Welsh to participate.