BEAM is a peer to peer support group for birth mothers apart from their children (eg adoption, foster care, SGO). We have face to face meetings for mothers in the Ipswich area and online wellbeing groups for those in other parts of the country.
In person Monday 10:30am - 12pm. Online midweek 8pm-9pm
Money impacts all areas of our lives: what we can or can’t afford, our relationships, what we eat, our health and wellbeing and much more. Your local CAP Life Skills is a friendly group where you’ll gain practical skills and discover new ways to live for a brighter future.
There is one course each school term.
Hope Community Lounge Cafe is open to everyone. It's a place to meet, chat and chill over great value food which is served every Thursday lunchtime between 12-00 and 2-00pm. For those who wish to join in, there are crafts and other activities throughout the afternoon. Just come along to the Hope Centre. You'll always be welcome.
Thursday lunchtime from 12-00 noon - 2:00pm, excluding August
A world where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, with safe and supportive communities for everyone to grow and flourish.
Free youth club run by 4YP at Rushmere Baptist Church. For age: 10 to 16years. Free club, activities, snacks, games, crafts
Thursday evening from 4:00-6:00pm
Safe Harbour invites non-Christians to get involved in church and mission. Our mission is to be a safe harbour for anyone who has been battered and bruised by the storms of life.
Every Thursday 1:00-2:30pm
School Chaplains work in schools and local communities to provide spiritual and pastoral support to the young people and members of staff that they meet. We also offer activities and residential trips for children and young people at our activity centre, just outside of Ipswich. Activities include, archery, kayaking, raft-building, laser tag and zip wire to name a few! Groups can come for day trips or book residential stays. Get in touch for more details.
School term-time for Chaplaincy. Mid-week and weekend options for the campsite
Every Wednesday from 10am-12.30pm, our Lantern Room becomes a community space for a variety of hobbies and activities. Anyone is welcome to share a hobby or skill and anyone is welcome to join a workshop or activity. They are all free. Or you can come to relax and chat, or to enjoy the peace in our quiet area and prayer space.
Every Wednesdays 10:00am through 12:30pm.
We believe in a world where every young person has the opportunity to reach their full potential. Youth Connect is a new project based in east Ipswich that provides skill-based sessions, mental health support groups and mentoring for young people aged 14-25. The aim of Youth Connect is to help young people see potential in themselves by supporting them through 1:1 intervention and by giving them the opportunity to try new things.
Skills based sessions are Wednesdays 4-5pm
This is a charge for this service. Music therapy is about using the creativity of music to help people who may be struggling with physical, cognitive or mental health issues. We provide specialist support for children and adults with ASD, anxiety, PTSD and other conditions. Music therapy is like a form of counselling without using words.
Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
'Associated Services' are not specifically provided by a Church or a Christian Charity.