"We want to build a stronger community in Southcourt"

Southcourt Baptist Church is extending a warm invitation to all who have English as their second language and who wish to improve their conversational skills.

Thursday, 7th February 2019, 8:04 am
Updated Monday, 11th February 2019, 8:43 am
"We want to build a stronger community in Southcourt" - Howard James

The first 'English Conversation Group' will start on 25th February and run from 9:30 to 10:30 am weekly for six weeks. It is completely free of charge and refreshments will be provided.

Howard James, who is leading this initiative commented: "We, as a church, do a lot of community work and this is just another outreach we'd like to do to build a stronger community in Southcourt.

"It is an informal event to encourage local people from other cultures and help them improve their English conversation skills."

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For further details or to book you can email - [email protected]

Southcourt Baptist Church is already committed to a number of community activities such as ‘Bridge the Gap’ which is held on the first and third Saturday each month at 12:00, for those currently finding it difficult to make ends meet.

Here, between 100 and 140 guests are provided with a hot lunch in a friendly atmosphere.

Most guests also leave with food/clothing etc. provided by the church, local supermarkets and the charity Trussell Trust. For those who are homeless; Amicus Trust is normally in attendance to assist in finding the homeless accommodation.

All events take place at Southcourt Baptist Church 40, Penn Road, Aylesbury HP21 8HW.