Capital Mass are 2-hour interactive, practical training sessions about Universal Credit in each of the 5 Episcopal Areas of the Diocese. Universal Credit is the biggest change in the welfare system for generations. The training is aimed at anyone working for or volunteering with a church in the Diocese and is FREE.
Over the next 3 years, Universal Credit will effect about 600,000 people in the Diocese of London,whether in or out of work. This means that Universal Credit will effect every congregation as well as guests at Foodbanks and similar ministries.
If you answer yes to any of the following questions - then we’d suggest you need to be with us.
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This will be informal, informative session with plenty of time for questions and discussion. And as ever with our events, we promise good coffee, tea, cake and snacks.
We will look at what the changes mean and how the church can respond.
Below are dates for each Episcopal Area where together we can understand the is new landscape and feel equipped to respond. You are more than welcome to attend the venue most convenient for you..
Kensington: Tues 18th Sept 10.30-12.30pm St Simons Shepherds Bush, W14 0DA
Stepney: Thurs 4th Oct 7.30-9.30pm St. Annes, Hoxton, N1 5LF
Willesden: Thurs 11th Oct 7.30-9.30pm Holy Trinity, Perivale, UB6 8LN
Edmonton: Wed 7th Nov 10am-12pm Christ Church, Cockfosters EN4 9JQ
Two Cities: Wed 14th Nov 10am-12pm 36 Causton Street, SW1P 4AU