Winter Connect: Living in community

Connect front cover: Craig and Fredi on street outreachThis issue of Connect explores the theme of living in community. As our Chief Exec, Grant, outlines in the opening column of the magazine, God has designed us for living in relationships and community. Yet if we have a damaged perspective and experience of relationships, we can sabotage rather than nurture them. Thankfully God is in the business of restoring relationships.

Read how about our new Saturday Drop-in is providing a fun, relaxed place to spend time with friends for those who would otherwise feel isolated at the weekend. 

Catch up with Craig, who featured in our Christmas appeal. He is using his experience of homelessness and addiction to help those he is working with who are in similar situations.

We take a step further in our Housing First accommodation project with new community workers being recruited from local churches. And Mark and Natalie are thriving thanks to finding a new sense of community at our Child and Family Centre. 

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