With Church Action on Poverty’s support, new Self-Reliant Groups are emerging across Greater Manchester. Link Worker Joyce Kay explains how SRGs are changing people’s lives.
Church Action on Poverty is helping women in disadvantaged neighbourhoods to build livelihoods by setting up Self-Reliant Groups – and the project is up for an award from the Aviva Community Fund. You can vote for us to get support and make a difference to more people!
To transform unjust structures of society,
to challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation
A sermon on the fourth mark of mission
Church of the Resurrection and St Barnabas, Eastlands Manchester
23 July 2017
Jayne Gosnall is working for Church Action on Poverty setting up Self-Reliant Groups (SRGs) with women in Salford. She explains why SRGs are such a good idea.