Do you know people in your church or community who worry about money?
During the Covid pandemic many people have experienced financial difficulties. Whether this is because of worklessness or furlough or because their business has been hit by people working from home. Whatever the cause, the Money Course from Christians Against Poverty (CAP) can help anyone to budget, spend and save and regain control of their money.
Saint Mark’s Church in Kempshott loves to partner with other churches in Basingstoke, and with Christians Against Poverty (CAP), to would love to run the Money Course for your church and community. This course is run by trained Money Coaches.
- This course is for everyone regardless of financial circumstances. For those who are comfortable with their finances and would like to see if they can manage them more efficiently; those who may be struggling to keep their head above water; and those who have run into financial difficulty and may be in debt. It’s great for young people about to set off to college or university and manage their money on their own for the first time.
- This course will show how to build and maintain a budget and steps you can take to help balance your budget which will enable you to take control of your finances.
- This course will also help people who are suffering with debt to understand how to manage their debt and take the necessary steps to reduce it and work towards becoming debt free. (For anyone who may be struggling with large debts we can put you in touch with Basingstoke’s local CAP Debt Centre, run by the Gateway Church, or with CAP’s own professionally trained debt counsellors who will support you by dealing with creditors and help you put a plan in place which can help you become debt free).
The course is completely free, is very informal and relaxed and we will not ask for or discuss any personal details concerning bank accounts or earnings.
I would love to talk to you about the opportunity to have our trained Money Coaches come and run the CAP Money Course at your church. To find out more contact me, Jon Morris, ([email protected]) for more information.