Churches 4 Positive Change

Empowering people to facilitate positive change, especially within the African Caribbean community. Name of Group: Churches for Positive Change (C4PC)

Churches for Positive Change (C4PC)is made up of Pastors from various church denominations and
community leaders in Wolverhampton. The pastors were brought together as a result of the work that
Men 4 Positive Change (M4PC) have delivered in the city over the past five years. M4PC formed to
respond to the rise in gang and serious youth violence in the city. It was felt that black chu

Operating as usual

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 02/10/2022

Madam Mayor Sandra Samuels extended an invitation to our young people to visit the Mayors Chamber

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 30/09/2022

Celebrations in Store for Community Project

The Back to Eden Community Project is expecting a bumper harvest and is preparing for celebrations, as it embarks on its one-year anniversary.

The Wolverhampton based community project began in November 2021 at Heath Town allotments. The Covid-19 pandemic proved a very difficult time, particularly for members of the African Caribbean community, resulting in the establishment of the project through the purchase of ten allotments to help combat health inequalities and support mental wellbeing.

Bristol Street Motors, which operates a number of car dealerships across the West Midlands, has supported the initiative since it started and continues to work closely with the leaders of the project.

In just under a year, nine out of the ten available allotments have been taken up by Trinity Primary School, Heath Park Secondary School, the Sudanese Women’s Group, the Wolves Foundation and four other church and community groups. Since the project started, the community has also benefited from a £5,000 donation by United Living.

A successful year for the project has produced a vast amount of food for the affected community, paving the way for celebrations later in the year.

Robert Forrester, Chief Executive of Bristol Street Motors, said: “I’m delighted to see that the project has been so successful since it started in 2021. The success has a positive impact on the local community and has already encouraged healthy eating, as well as providing physical activity for community members.

“It is also great to see different generations enjoying working together and I hope they all celebrate their hard work.”

Joe Jackson from Churches 4 Positive Change said: “This project has been a combined effort from many different parties. It has created a fantastic area for people to enjoy for years to come. We want to thank Bristol Street Motors for their support towards the project and look forward to continuing our work with them.”

The organisations that are member of Churches 4 Positive Change are currently: New Testament Church of God x 4, Church of God of Prophecy x 2, Seventh Day Adventist x 2, Zion City Tabernacle, Mount Shiloh Apostolic, Aruka Ministries and African Caribbean Community Initiative.


Taking Care of your health zoom meeting

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 06/09/2022

Bank Holiday Monday August 2022 headlines news successful Community Event at Heath Town Park over 20 churches were involved churches 4 Positive change making their mark

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 04/09/2022

Pics from our Community BBQ & Family Sports Day event held on Bank Holiday Monday 29th August 2022...what a fantastic day. 😊



If you're not otherwise occupied then come and join us at our FANTASTIC Family centred event. It's been 2 years since we last put this event on due to Covid so we would like YOU and YOURS to come and help us celebrate the coming together of the Wolverhampton community. 😊


Please see link on flyer


Please put this date in your diaries, an event not to be missed. Please share with your family and friends.


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All are welcome to join this event not to be missed

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 05/05/2022

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post


Our successful story of the Back to Eden project in Wolverhampton.
Why not use your spare time to get involve.


Bishops and Pastors come together to support the shameful injustice action towards 15 year old on school premises. Please take time to read press statement.


Why not log onto Churches 4 Positive Change like our page or even add us your friend and have first hand experience of getting up todate stories that you or friends will be interested in.


Hi all you are welcome to tune in and listen to some positive news in relation to the Back to Eden Project 30th January [email protected] 3:30pm

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 08/01/2022

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post


Official launch of the Back to Eden Community project Friday 19th Novermber 2021 2pm to 3pm


A fantastic achievement by the Churches 4Positive Change Back to Eden Allotment community project in Wolverhampton, you may wish to get involved see the attached video there will be an official launch of the project on Friday 19th November 2021 from 2 - 3pm.

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 23/10/2021

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post


Wolverhampton Black Business Network CIC
5th Annual Business Conference
5:30pm - 9pm on Thursday 14th October 2021
Novotel, Union Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3JN

Theme: “Resilience of small businesses in our City, sharing experience and learning from one another”

It is FREE to attend. Please follow the link below to book tickets:

You can exhibit your product/services - £30 for small businesses and £50 for corporates. Pay on the day or on invoice.


Wolverhampton Caribbean Community Memorial Service is taking place this Sunday 25th July at Gloucester Street Church. If you are planning to attend please take note of the information below.

Photos from Churches 4 Positive Change's post 05/05/2021

Good Morning guys, in addition to last week's Post where we, C4PC highlighted our Back 2 Eden Allotments Project, we felt it would be good to give you a step by step insight about the progress being made with the project. The pics below indicate the state the plots were in when we first took over in January. 😳🙈 More pics to follow....thanks BTW to those who have signed up to volunteer their services on this project 🙏🏾


The Back to Eden Community Allotment Project is based at the Heath Town Allotments, situated on the New Park Village estate in Wolverhampton.

The project initiated by Churches 4 Positive Change will focus on using horticulture and gardening activities, encouraging all age participation to grow fruit and vegetable crops, adopting healthier lifestyles, improving physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, whilst providing community social interaction in a relaxed natural environment.

To get involved in the project:

Email: [email protected]

Call: 07826 252591


Back to Eden Community Allotment Project is supported by Active Black Country, Bristol Street Motors and Carvers.


Psa 89:14 KJV Justice and judgment are the habitation of thy throne: mercy and truth shall go before thy face.


If we want true permanent change we have to prepare for it. We MUST start early. Young people, you need a head start if you are going to be the decision makers in the places our community needs you. Please see below.

The Vaccination Programme - Public Health Wolverhampton 24/02/2021

The Vaccination Programme - Public Health Wolverhampton

C4PC would like to thank everyone who either participated or attended the online meeting yesterday evening. Almost 250 between Zoom and YouTube.

There is no doubting the importance of the subject, neither can we pretend that everyone agrees on the matter. But the fact that people took time out was of great value. We trust that for most of you it was worth it.

The following YouTube link will allow people to view it either again or for the first time.

The Vaccination Programme - Public Health Wolverhampton In collaboration with Churches Together and Public Health Wolverhampton, join us as the Director of Public Health Wolverhampton and other specialists from th...


TONIGHT - 7.30 pm, Tuesday 23rd February

A Wolverhampton Community Public Meeting, bringing together the general public with Public Health Wolverhampton.

Churches 4 Positive Change can confirm the following panellists for this evening’s Community Meeting:

• John Denley, Director of Public Health, City of Wolverhampton Council

• Dr Salma Reehana, Wolverhampton GP and Chair of NHS Black Country and West Birmingham CCG

• Professor Sultan Mahmud. Professor Sultan Mahmud - Chief Innovation, Integration & Research Officer, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

• Dr Ainee Khan, Consultant in Public Health, City of Wolverhampton Council

• Dr Ankush Mittal, Consultant in Public Health, City of Wolverhampton Council

If anyone wishes to send questions in advance please do so by email via [email protected], or via text message to 07826252591

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Wolverhampton Community Meeting
7.30 pm, Tuesday 23rd February

Churches 4 Positive Change Wolverhampton are facilitating a public meeting between Public Health Wolverhampton (PHW) and members of the Wolverhampton Community in order to discuss the Covid-19 vaccination programme. This is particularly relevant to members of the Black community as well as other ethnicities, but will not be exclusive.

We aim to give members of the public access to PHW regarding the vaccine to receive information and ask pressing questions.

Please see the flyer for details of how to participate in this event via Zoom or YouTube. You will have opportunity to put questions directly to health professionals, time permitting.

If anyone wishes to send questions in advance please do so by email via [email protected], or via text message to 07826252591

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From the Windrush Help Team please see details of this event Sunday 24th January, starting at 7.00pm

End of Year Celebration 11/01/2021

End of Year Celebration

Churches 4 Positive Change would like to publicly thank the planning team and everyone else who organised the 2020 End of Year Online Celebrations.

It was an uplifting end to a difficult year, involving churches, pastors and community leaders from across Wolverhampton. It was also a wonderful statement of unity, cooperation and collaboration!

If you wish to view it again or maybe for the first time, please click on this link below

End of Year Celebration End of year celebration of life and remembrance of the loves that have gone before us.After Party: Thanks to H...


Three days left until our End of Year Celebrations. Don't miss it!

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