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HERE IS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT A COURSE ON FINDING HELP WITH FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES DURING THE COVID CRISIS. INFORMATION ABOUT ST JOHN’S FOLLOWS ON.

COVID Cash Course
Thursday 21st May 11am – 12.30pm

Households across the UK have been thrown into financial chaos due to the Coronavirus lockdown.

Together Liverpool and St Andrews Community Network are running a free COVID cash course on Thursday 21st May from 11am – 12.30pm to support anyone experiencing financial difficulties.

This course is aimed at anyone who is unsure of:

·         What they’re entitled to

·         Where to access support

·         How to begin accessing help

·         How to plan and cope financially during this period of uncertainty

If this is you or one of the people you support please sign up for the free course.

You will be able get up-to-date information on:

·         Surviving Financial Shock

·         Statutory Sick Pay

·         Universal Credit

·         Housing Benefits

·         Furlough – the COVID Job Retention Scheme

·         Working Tax Credits

·         Difficulties with Mortgages, Rent and Loans

·         Budgeting

·         Debt Management Options

The course takes about 1 ½ hours and provides up-to-date information to help people financially navigate their way out of the lockdown.

Further Information

It is completely FREE to join the course, however to access it you will need the following:

·         A PC (with webcam)/Laptop or Tablet*

·         A Stable Internet Connection

·         The Microsoft Teams App (link to download below)

*It is possible to use a mobile phone & phone data, however seeing the on-screen information will be easier on a larger device

CLICK BELOW TO REGISTER FOR THE COURSE:

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT ST JOHN’S

Along with all other churches within the Church of England our services are now suspended and our building closed until further notice. However, if you would like to see what the church looked like lit up in red, white and blue on the evening of VE day look at our special events and news page.

Although we are scattered to our own homes worship and prayer continue.

Members of the congregation are being sent (via email or a booklet) a short service of Morning prayer which we will all pray together every Sunday morning at 10.30 in our own homes. These services are being streamed and you will find them on our Facbook page. You will find the words for the latest service on this website under ‘Church without a building’. 

If you would like to be added to our distribution list for this service please contact the vicar on 01928 573798 or vivien.gisby@btinternet.com.

Members of the congregation are also being supplied with other material for prayer and study. Again if you would like to go on our mailing list for this please contact the vicar who can also supply Sunday school lessons for families. Lay preacher Terry Hawes is writing a monthly reflection which you can find under ‘A layman’s progress’ and Pastoral Worker Marney Hearn is contributing a daily prayer or thought which you will find under ‘Church without a building’.

We might be much more on our own than we are used to, but we are not truly alone knowing that God is with us and that we join our prayers with those of millions of other people not only in this country but throughout the world. 

A prayer about the Coronavirus outbreak (from the Church of England’s website, further prayers can be found there)

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy
in this time of uncertainty and distress.
Sustain and support the anxious and fearful,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may rejoice in your comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Amen.