TCC (Together Creating Communities)
TCC tackles social injustice by supporting diverse communities to gain the power they need to enact change. They do this through community organising: bringing together local groups, supporting them to set their own agenda, take action, and improve their communities.
Their members are many different faith groups, community organisations, and schools from across Wrexham, Flintshire, and Denbighshire. Any of their members can raise an issue for TCC to work on.
Partners and links
Wrexham Methodist Circuit are partners with many local and national organisations.
Christians Together in Wrexham
Christians Together in Wrexham seeks to achieve this through direct encouragement and enabling of the church in Wrexham County Borough in its work of Mission & Evangelism. This is accomplished by providing a network for local churches and their members, whereby mission projects are initiated and developed, evangelistic initiatives promoted and prayer encouraged. We also seek to do church life and fellowship together across denominational borders by linking up for services and more.
CTW meets every couple of months on Thursday evenings (7:30-9:00) in a rotation of churches and all are welcome to attend, bring ideas and suggestions and seek support and approval for new ministries.
CTW has active members from across the Borough of Wrexham, and over the 15 years of its existence (as Mission Wrexham and Cytun previously) has played a part in the development of such ministries as Wrexham Listeners, Alpha, Street Pastors, 24/7 prayer and Christians Against Poverty. https://christianstogetherinwrexham.wordpress.com/
Action for Children
From before they are born until they are into their twenties Action for Children help disadvantaged children across the UK.
They help them through fostering or adoption – and by intervening early to stop neglect and abuse. We make life better for children with disabilities. We influence policy and advocate for change. Our 7,000 staff and volunteers operate over 600 services, improving the lives of 390,000 children, teenagers, parents and carers every year. We succeed by doing what’s right, doing what’s needed, and doing what works for children.
The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community working for peace and social justice, rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship.
A commitment to Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation is an integral part of the rule of the Iona Community.
The Iona Community run three island residential centres on the Isle of Iona and nearby Mull. Our centres are places of welcome and hospitality where individuals and groups take part in weeks on a variety of themes with an exciting rang of leaders.
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