St Mary's Cathedral Mercy Project

The Mercy Project Registered Office Address: St Mary's Cathedral. Clayton St West, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5HH. Registered Charity No. 1178446

MERCY PROJECT UPDATE April 13th
JOE KIRWIN, Cathedral Outreach Coordinator writes:

MERCY HUB NEWS - DEMENTIA CAFE
The Dementia Café will commence on Tuesday 28th May from 10.00am to 12 Noon. Could we ask you to promote the service to your friends and family and to anyone you think would benefit from this service.
In support of the work of the Café - the Kittiwake Trust in Gateshead have offered the loan of books about ’Old Newcastle’ and our volunteers are invited to go along to the Trust on Wednesday 15th June. If you would like to be included please meet at the Mercy Hub at 10.30am. For further details about all aspects of the provision please contact Joe Kirwin.
As part of Dementia Action Week the Mercy Hub will also be inviting everyone to come and take part in a Dementia Friends Information session on Friday 23rd May from 11am till 12noon. The session is appropriate to people of all ages who wish to learn a little bit more about what it's like to live with the condition. Hopefully this will help them to feel more assured about putting that understanding into action and discovering the small ways in which you can help in everyday life.
For further information on all aspects of the
The Mercy Hub’s homelessness project, ‘Mercy on the Move’ is beginning to take shape. Referrals from other agencies are starting to come in and we are organising a planning meeting for the outreach part of the project. Dates of future meetings will be published in newsletters to come.

If you would like more information, please contact Joe Kirwin, Telephone: 07904881430 or email joe.kirwin@themercyproject.org.uk

Who we are:

We are a new project based in St Mary's Cathedral that is working to end suffering, loneliness and distress in Newcastle and beyond.

What we do:

We support the homeless, the lonely, the young and anyone in need. We do this by supporting people to access services, provide advice, offer opportunities to meet new people and learn new skills. Only through the support of volunteers who share their time, skills and knowledge can we make a difference to people's lives

Get in touch:

If you would like to get involved or would just like more information then you reach us via the following methods:
Telephone: 07904881430 or email: Joe.Kirwin@TheMercyProject.org.uk

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