Parishes respond to welfare changes

Three briefing events about welfare changes are to take place across the diocese.

In response to the latest round of welfare cuts, and after the recent conference held by Bishop James and Mayor Joe Anderson, a number of Welfare Reform briefings have been organised by parishes. The briefings will include input from welfare experts, social landlords and more.  

Open to clergy, lay workers, community groups and leaders.


Tuesday 26th February 12.30pm-2pm, Welfare Reform Lunch - hosted by Huyton Deanery and St. Gabriel’s Neighbourhood Network. Presentations from Department for Work and Pensions, Enterprise Credit Union, Knowsley Housing Trust and Knowsley MBC.
60 places only
email malcolm.rogers@liverpool.anglican.org
by 19th February or
call 489 2688.
 
Tuesday 12th February , St. Andrew's Church, Clubmoor, L13 0AL. Organised by St. Andrew's Community Network and with guest speakers from Benefits Service, Liverpool City Council, and Andrew's Community Network.
Register here and use the password Standrews2013.

Wednesday 6th March 10.00am-12.30pm. St James House. Led by Paul Bradley, Welfare Rights Worker with Merseyside Welfare Rights. Aimed at clergy and other paid staff and also of use to volunteers and community projects.  To register book here or through the eventbrite link opposite.  For more details please contact Elaine Leggett on elaine.leggett@liverpool.anglican.org