©2018 Churches Together in Hitchin                                                                                                                                v5

Constitution

Churches Together in Hitchin unites in pilgrimage those churches in and around Hitchin which, acknowledging God’s revelation in Christ, confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures, and, in obedience to God’s will and in the power of the Holy Spirit, commit themselves … more

Standing Orders

The Churches Together in Hitchin constitution states:

a) The Council may make Standing Orders regulating its proceedings and governing the conduct of its business….more

PHASE

PHASE works with children and young people across Hitchin, because we are passionate about making a positive impact on their lives.

We understand that growing up can sometimes be full of challenges and hard decisions and we want to be there for them, to provide holistic Christian support to all the young lives with which we connect.

Hitchin Street Angels

Hitchin Street Angels are volunteers from within Churches Together in Hitchin and are a group of diverse Christians from all traditions who share God’s love in practical ways with the community of Hitchin.

Hitchin Survival Guide

http://www.hitchinsurvival.hhq.org.uk/

HertsHelp

At the recent Churches Together in Hitchin Council meeting, the speaker was Fiona McArthur-Worbey of HertsHelp who alerted us to a number of services that this organisation can provide. HertsHelp is an easy way to find out about 100s of local community and voluntary services. It is designed to help people get the right practical support, information and advice that they need before a small problem becomes a crisis. It is supported by Hertfordshire County Council and NHS Hertfordshire and facilitated by POhWER, an advocacy service.

Hertshelp can:

*   provide information and advice to support your health, wellbeing, independence and quality of life.

*   signpost you to the right people, groups or organisations in your local area

*   provide advocacy to help you have your say, make choices and take control of your life

You can contact HertsHelp by telephone on 0300 123 4044 (local rate), by e-mail at info@hertshelp.net, by fax on 0300 456 2365 or by post at Hertshelp, Hertlands House, Primett Road, Stevenage SG1 3EE or at their website - see link below

https://www.hertshelp.net

Churches Together in Hertfordshire

http://www.ctherts.org.uk