Our Priorities

Our Priorities

Our key priorities for 2013 to 2016 are to:

  1. Re-affirm the importance of Christian social action and faith led initiatives to tackle poverty by teaching, training and providing literature and media materials and encouraging new projects to develop
  2. Target support to the specific areas of the Diocese providing support for volunteering, fund raising and project development specifically for youth work, welfare and food programmes and other social justice projects
  3. Make contributions to infrastructure projects as necessary including the Liverpool Infrastructure Gateway and other projects highlighting appropriate VCFS issues and programmes
  4. Grow voluntary involvement and participation in tackling poverty, facilitating the work of leaders and volunteers from congregations to offer time and skills to local projects, for example food banks, welfare rights and debt advice, and work with homeless people and others in poverty
  5. To devise and provide a regular forum a minimum of twice per year in different parts of the diocesan area for ministers and other people involved in faith projects to share ideas and best practice, train and improve their skills and their understanding of the issues faced
  6. Work to ensure the sustainability of Together Liverpool and CUF by exploring funding opportunities and other support

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