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Operating as usual


Come along and join our fun-packed session, no skills required


Gentle exercise for ladies only


We have expanded our health and wellbeing services. 'Mind, Body, and Soul' workshop combines Pilates, Yoga, and mindfulness. Something new to get you ready for the summer.


New course starting 10th May.


Starting on Wednesday 10th May Basic Digital Skills and using your mobile phone.


Great to have Bishop Michael with us this morning to baptise and confirm candidates. It was lovely to have his chaplain Revd Treena Larkin with us too.


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Come along and try our new Pilates & Mindfulness classes starting Monday 17th April at St St. Chad's Community Centre, Owen Rd WV3 0HT.

Photos from Boundary Way Project's post 01/04/2023
About Warm This Winter 05/12/2022

Please join the campaign

About Warm This Winter Warm This Winter is a new campaign demanding the government acts now to help people struggling with energy bills this winter and to ensure we all have access to affordable energy in future.


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Please take a few moments to take part in Wolverhampton's biggest-ever health and lifestyle survey. At the same time, you will be supporting Arise Training CIC and St Chad & St Mark Surplus Food Market.
This survey has been commissioned by the council to provide information about the lifestyle choices people make, and to enable the council and organisations across the city to make even more informed decisions about services that could improve the health of the local population.
Through the short online survey, you'll be asked to share your thoughts and experiences on a range of issues that might affect your lifestyle. Your feedback will be used to plan services and help measure the effectiveness of these in the future.
Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "This is a large-scale survey that will provide us with reliable and valuable information about the health and wellbeing of the people of Wolverhampton so I'd encourage everyone to take a few moments and have their say."
You can take part in the City Lifestyle Survey at
Please drop down the box and click - ARISE at St Chad's & Marks's church - Thank you
Responses are anonymous, and the closing date for comments is Friday 30 December 2022.
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As protests sweep across Iran, I am in awe of the bravery, resilience and resolve of the thousands of women fighting for their freedom. I share the anger of those calling for truth, accountability and justice in the wake of Mahsa Amini’s death, a 22-year-old woman arrested and killed by the Iranian morality police for breaking hijab rules. I share the outrage of protestors fighting for women’s bodily autonomy, and their right to dress how they wish. And I share the indignation of those condemning the Iranian regime’s brutal response to the protests, which amounts to a flagrant repression of civil liberties.

We cannot understand the intensity of these latest protests without understanding the wider political, social, and economic reality that many are risking their lives to change. More than 80% of the 4 million women who run households in Iran live under the poverty line. As women and their allies fight back against acts of police violence and patriarchal legislation, they are also resisting brutal economic conditions that push thousands of women into destitution, vulnerability and dependency.

As we continue to show solidarity with women and allies risking their lives to oppose the current Iranian regime, we must also reflect on the role that governments elsewhere have played in pushing protestors to the brink. Decades of economic sanctions from the United States, the United Kingdom and others have destabilised the Iranian economy. This has exacerbated the appalling conditions that women face, reducing their access to education, employment, and essential sexual and reproductive healthcare.

Neither religious fundamentalism nor Western imperialism provide a route to women’s liberation. I extend my solidarity to the thousands of women in Iran in their struggle for democracy, sovereignty, and freedom.


Calling all young poets

We are looking for our 2023 Young Poet Laureate and Primary Poet Champion to represent the City. To enter, write a poem about the environment entitled 'If the animals of the world could talk'

There are two age categories: age 7-11 Primary Poet Champion, age 12-18 Young Poet Laureate

Competition opens 31st October and closed 25th November. Sign up and view the T&Cs here

Finalists will be invited to a live event to find the overall winner in each age category.

Teachers interested in signing up for a class or school to enter please email [email protected]


It's Time To Follow The French!!


Our Art and Wellbeing sessions are peaceful and safe place to learn new skills while improving your mental health and wellbeing.
Thursday 1-3pm (no session during half term)
More info contact Maxine on 07368577450 email: [email protected]


A new exciting opportunity starting 13th October


Story of hope: This is Payam. He is working as an empowerment worker in Hope Into Action. Here is his story of hope.

"I am a refugee and came to the UK on 2015. Since that, I started to learn English, I had to wait for a visa decision from Home Office.

I had lots of experience as an asylum seeker and being a refugee, of how the system works with the asylum process.

I believe that God chose me to be a hope and a role model for lots of people that coming into this country and maybe lose their hope.

When I finished university, I liked to have a little rest, and I wasn’t looking for a job. Out of the blue one of our priests sent me the job application from HIA and I believed it was God’s call to help more people and make new hope for the people, I applied for the job and I got it.

It’s true I have got my degree in computer science, and also with first class Honours. Maybe when you read this article, you may think what is the point why did I got to university when I am doing an unrelated job?

I believe in God, and I am sure I can use my skills in all aspects to help more people. God planned that I am here and I am alive and in a new season.


Last week our Dance Fit session got off to a great start. We have changed the time from 11am to 12:30 and children are invited to join in. Look forward to seeing you tomorrow - Tuesday 11am at St Chad's & St Mark's Church

Wolverhampton – StoryTrails 27/07/2022

Wolverhampton – StoryTrails The StoryTrails app and local performers will guide you through an immersive tour of Wolverhampton as you travel through time and space to experience the place where you live in new and magical ways.


Have a blessed day 🙏


Hi Sorry for the short notice, you can still book your place by texting me on 07368577450 😀


ARISE Training Coffee Mornings - Refresh and Refocus.
A safe place to chat, make new friends, and learn new skills to improve your well-being and much more

Gatis Community Space, Gatis St Whitmore Reans WV6 0ET - Mondays 10 - 1pm (Closed next week for 1/2 term)

St Chad's & St Mark's Church, Lime St WV3 0AN -
Thursdays 10 - 1pm (Closed next week for 1/2 term)

Dove Learning Centre (Pendeford Seventh-day Adventist Church) 325 Ryefield, Wolverhampton WV8 1UD -
Mondays 10 - 1pm (Starting 9th June)


Pop in from 10am - 1pm TODAY at St Judes Community Hub, St Judes Road, WV6 0EB to find out more about our Real Talk Programme and how we can help build your confidence and skills to achieve whatever goal you set for yourself. Let us help you figure out what you want out of life and how to get it.

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