(Turning to One Another – Margaret Wheatley)
TOGETHER Newcastle recognises that some individuals and communities are under extreme pressure due, in part, to the current economic climate. We recognise that poverty will look and feel different depending on the situation/location, especially in a Diocese where we have a mix of rural, urban and coastal communities. However, we believe we can build on existing assets and strategies used by communities and people living in poverty to support themselves. TOGETHER we can identify what needs to change so that their lives become more secure and communities become more sustainable.
Many church leaders, community and youth workers are already transforming lives and can feel isolated, overwhelmed and exhausted by the challenges they confront; we want to work alongside and support this work and work TOGETHER to:
So far we have worked alongside a number of church and community groups to help set up activities that are tackling local poverty issues, including:
“I think if we didn’t have Together Newcastle as a resource, I wouldn’t know where to go and I wouldn’t know who to talk to and wouldn’t know what support to get. Together Newcastle talks the same language that we do and understands things and the dynamics we are involved in here.”
“I don’t really know where I would have begun without Together Newcastle."
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