Our ethos is that no woman should have to go through the experience of considering having an abortion, or dealing with a miscarriage or post abortion, without being supported. These are tricky and challenging issues, and we are committed to non-directive care and support – we encourage women and their partners to slow down and consider carefully the options before them, and then we seek to be there for them following their decisions. We work with health professionals, social services and local councils in seeking referrals and striving for best practice and we have delivered sex and relationships education in schools.
On Thursday, 7th December, at St Mary’s, we will have our first CPCC Christmas Carol service. Local groups will be performing, and we will all have the chance to sing some well-known carols together. The event runs from 7:30pm-9:30pm with an interval and refreshments. St John’s and St Mary’s very own Gospel Singers will be performing! To buy tickets and for further details please visit their website . Tickets can be bought on the night too.