Silver Lining Project is about improving the heath and wellbeing of local people through activities and and opportunities to make friends and connect. All are welcome to come along and try out our sessions.
St Francis is a thriving church in the centre of Bournville we hold weekly Sunday service’s as well as weekly communion services. We have a fabulous Over 50s Community development worker Helen Crisp who is very keen to work with the community of Bournville
The Karis Befriends project is about supporting older people who feel isolated and lonely. We visit and befriend people in their own homes and through events. We also encourage our participants to get out into their local community.
Small Heath Baptist Church is ‘the church on the corner that cares’. We have a range of activities for the over 50s aimed to support with well-being and independence. All are welcome, so come and socialise, have fun and encourage each other.
Here at South Aston URC we aim to work alongside older people by offering weekly activities that encourage them to maintain their independence whilst participating as fully as they choose in community life.
Activities for older people some in the St Marks Community Hub and others out and about on trips locally. We are here to bring people together and get them active and out of their homes.
St Martin’s Social Care Project is about offering local older people a range of opportunities to stay connected and active and is lead by local people like you who make it happen and direct the activities.
St Michael’s Church Centre is a busy Church & community centre situated on the edge of Hall Green, Acocks Green and Olton. On site there are many community groups, mostly serving the over 50’s.
St Thomas’ Community Project serves Garretts Green by working with local people, in partnership with other organisations, using available resources to contribute to the well-being and vitality of the whole community.
Hub Hazelwell is focused on enabling individuals to get out and about by providing opportunities that encourage individuals to make friends, reduce isolation and to improve overall well-being.
Thrive Together Birmingham aims to support and grow the movement of individuals, churches and organisations who, motivated by their faith, are committed to addressing issues of poverty and to playing their part in helping their neighbourhoods to flourish.