Ticehurst & Flimwell Churches Support ... The Friends of Nakuru & Nyahururu Through the Diocesan Overseas Committee we support our linked dioceses in East and West Africa, especially the dioceses of Nakuru, Nyahururu and Kericho in Kenya, helping with the training of pastors and an orphanage in Nakuru. Church Mission Society (CMS) Mission Partners keep our congregations interested and up to date with the work of the Anglican Church in other parts of the world.  The Partners also benefit from the contact by our support both through prayer and financially.  We hope to be able to host them during their furloughs in this country to help the partnership.  
Created for Ticehurst and Flimwell Churches
St. Augustine’s Flimwell
St. Mary’s Ticehurst
Family Support Family Support Work is the Chichester diocesan charity dedicated to working with vulnerable children and their parents/carers in two main ways                                              1. ONE-TO-ONE SUPPORT Family Support Workers visit families at home, providing one-to-one emotional and practical support. This includes listening, parenting advice, help to manage money, encouragement and support to find work, referral to specialist services, attending appointments and advocating for families, and providing food and clothing where needed. Play Workers undertake one-to-one structured play sessions, helping with children’s emotional and social development. 2. GROUP ACTIVITIES Family Support Workers and Play Workers organise whole-family days out and weekend breaks to relieve family stress and improve family relationships. Occasionally, families have the opportunity for a supported weekend break at a local retreat centre. The weekends usually include games, crafts, a campfire and a talent show. Support Workers and the Play team also run a range of peer support groups, parent-child drop-ins, after school clubs and school holiday fun days. These help to ease isolation and provide informal support HOW WE TRY TO HELP St Mary’s Parish helps to sustain this endeavour through donations of dried and tinned food, clothing, appropriate equipment (eg cots, bedding) and money. Donations of food and clothing are always welcome and can be left at the back of the Church. Or, Sheila Synge (01580 860164) can arrange to collect. She regularly transports gifts to the FSW worker, Jude Harrison, in Hastings. Further information: https://www.familysupportwork.org/
Ticehurst & Flimwell Churches Support ... The Friends of Nakuru & Nyahururu Through the Diocesan Overseas Committee we support our linked dioceses in East and West Africa, especially the dioceses of Nakuru, Nyahururu and Kericho in Kenya, helping with the training of pastors and an orphanage in Nakuru. Church Mission Society (CMS) Mission Partners keep our congregations interested and up to date with the work of the Anglican Church in other parts of the world.  The Partners also benefit from the contact by our support both through prayer and financially.  We hope to be able to host them during their furloughs in this country to help the partnership.  
Created for Ticehurst and Flimwell Churches
Family Support Family Support Work is the Chichester diocesan charity dedicated to working with vulnerable children and their parents/carers in two main ways                                              1. ONE-TO-ONE SUPPORT Family Support Workers visit families at home, providing one-to-one emotional and practical support. This includes listening, parenting advice, help to manage money, encouragement and support to find work, referral to specialist services, attending appointments and advocating for families, and providing food and clothing where needed. Play Workers undertake one-to-one structured play sessions, helping with children’s emotional and social development. 2. GROUP ACTIVITIES Family Support Workers and Play Workers organise whole-family days out and weekend breaks to relieve family stress and improve family relationships. Occasionally, families have the opportunity for a supported weekend break at a local retreat centre. The weekends usually include games, crafts, a campfire and a talent show. Support Workers and the Play team also run a range of peer support groups, parent-child drop-ins, after school clubs and school holiday fun days. These help to ease isolation and provide informal support HOW WE TRY TO HELP St Mary’s Parish helps to sustain this endeavour through donations of dried and tinned food, clothing, appropriate equipment (eg cots, bedding) and money. Donations of food and clothing are always welcome and can be left at the back of the Church. Or, Sheila Synge (01580 860164) can arrange to collect. She regularly transports gifts to the FSW worker, Jude Harrison, in Hastings. Further information: https://www.familysupportwork.org/
St Mary’s Ticehurst
 St Augustine’s Flimwell