Church Action on Poverty in Sheffield 11th annual Pilgrimage, 12 October 2019

Hear about local issues and responses to them

Work and pray together

Start

9:30am
Highfield Methodist Church, Holland Place, S4 4US

Visit

  • Madina Mosque
  • Heeley Christ Church
  • Heeley City Farm
  • St Vincent’s Furniture Store
  • St Wilfrid’s Centre, where we will meet with Paul Blomfield MP

End

Approx 2:00pm

Join us and learn about:

  • The community work of the Mosque and Heeley Christ Church
  • Heeley City Farm’s support for children who might otherwise go hungry during school holidays
  • St Vincent de Paul Society initiatives, including the furniture store, which supports vulnerable and disadvantaged people
  • St Wilfrid’s work with homeless, vulnerable and
    socially excluded adults

Practicalities

  • The closest bus stops to Highfield Methodist  Church are Highfield Place, on London Road and Batt Street, on Abbeydale Road.
  • There is no parking at the church, but free on-street parking is available in the surrounding area.
  • Please wear suitable shoes and bring a waterproof, drinking water and a packed lunch.
  • If you plan to leave before the Pilgrimage ends please see a steward.
  • Please follow stewards’ advice, particularly at road crossings.
  • Walkers take part at their own risk and anyone under 18 must walk with a responsible adult.
  • The event is not suitable for dogs as we enter premises.

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