Featured

1000+ children to receive food parcels from local churches this Easter

Churches in Dudley are working together to combat poverty and deliver food, fun and an Easter message to over 1000 children across the borough.

The Revive Project is an initiative developed by churches and organisations who connect through the Love Dudley network, with a vision to work together to combat holiday hunger in the school holidays by providing nutritious hot meals in the most deprived areas of Dudley.

Alongside meeting the issues of hunger and a lack of food in schools holidays, the heart of the Revive Project is also to meet the needs of the same children who are deprived of experiences and activities which cause them to fall behind in their development.

During the school holidays, the Revive Project aims to support families/children who have been adversely affected by Covid-19. Referrals are received from local schools and families can sign up to receive their pack of food, menus and activities, which is delivered at the start of the school holidays.

You can volunteer for the Revive Project this Easter by clicking here.




Related posts

Faith and cycling – a Holy Alliance - Cycling and Christianity isn’t often a combination that are mixed, but one man from Wolverhampton is working hard to challenge this preconception and prove that it can be a Holy Alliance that impacts the futures of the region's most vulnerable young people.
Together Apart 4 – A Year in Lockdown - We're happy to announce that we will be hosting our 4th regional Together Apart gathering on Sunday 9th May at 6pm, live on Facebook and Zoom.
Being Human – Biblical Anthropology in the New Testament - The Theology Network will be hosting its third session of 2021 on Monday 24th May at 8pm-10pm on Zoom. We'll be continuing our theme of BEING HUMAN, this time welcoming Dr Erin Heim to explore Biblical Anthropology in the New Testament. 
1000+ children to receive food parcels from local churches this Easter - Churches in Dudley are working together to combat poverty and deliver food, fun and an Easter message to over 1000 children across the borough.
Increasing need for education chaplaincy as schools return - As they return to school on 8th March after months out of formal education, thousands of children and young people across the Black Country will require far greater support than simply what school teachers are able to offer. Local churches can provide essential pastoral support for schools through chaplaincy partnerships and this has never been more essential than it is now.

Archives