City : Splash Support : Kerith Community Church


The Kerith Community Church in Bracknell run a range of groups, clubs, and support services for the local community.

You can get support with issues such as debt, addiction, life skills, literacy, and job searching - many of the support services are open to all and not faith-based.


How do I Find out More?

Click on the boxes below to find out more about the groups, courses, and support services on offer, or you can head straight to the Kerith Community Church website.

  • CAP Debt & Money Advice

    positive.gif  As part of Christians Against Poverty, Kerith run Debt & Money Advice appointments for those who are struggling with debt and organising their finances.

    positive.gif  You can book an appointment by calling their freephone line on 0800 328 0006 or using their online contact form - Check the website here.

  • CAP Job Club

    positive.gif  As well as debt advice Kerith work with CAP to provide a Job Club which runs on Tuesdays from 10am - 2pm during term time.

    positive.gif  The Job Club is free to attend as is for anyone of school leavers age in Bracknell to access careers advice.

    positive.gif  To find out more, visit the website here.

  • CAP Life Skills

    positive.gif  Running for 8 weeks at a time, Kerith run CAP Life Skills courses to help people learn organisational skills, how to build health relationships, how to look after their wellbeing, and manage money.

    positive.gif  To find out more or contact the course organiser, visit the website here.

  • Foodbank

    positive.gif  Bracknell Foodbank, run in partnership with the Trussell Trust, is open at The Kerith Centre on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 12 - 2:30pm. 

    positive.gif  You can also donate items to the foodback at the Kerith Community Church - to find out more about donating, volunteering, and the foodbank in general, click here.

  • LIFE

    positive.gif  LIFE is a faith-based Friday night youth group for those aged 7-13, running in term time from 7pm - 9:30pm. The details of this group are liked to change in the new school year in September - so check the website here for up-to-date details.

    positive.gif  They host lots of different events, from music festival nights to dodgeball and are focused on discussing God in a fun and energetic way!

  • Monday Night Youth

    positive.gif  The Monday Night Youth club is for young people with disabilities. There are two groups for different ages (11 - 17 and 18 - 25) running on alternate Mondays from 6:30 - 8:15pm.

    positive.gif  To find out more about how you could get involved, visit the website here.


  • Recovery Today

    positive.gif  The Recovery Today group meet on Mondays from 7 - 8:30pm and it supports those who want to recover from addictions and dependencies. 

    positive.gif  They have courses running from May - August and September - February which discuss a different topic each week. 

    positive.gif  To find out more and get in touch with group leaders, visit the website here.

  • Rock Cafe

    positive.gif  The Rock Cafe runs on Tuesday and Fridays from 11am - 2pm in the K2 building at Kerith Community Church.

    positive.gif  Anyone can come along to discuss worries and concerns, get involved in the community, and get a hot drink, biscuits, or get a roll or jacket potato from 25p - 50p!


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