A new eight-week course, CAP Life Skills begins this October in Bangor Parish Church.

Christians Against Poverty ‘Life Skills’ course launches at Bangor Parish Church in partnership with First Presbyterian Church Bangor. 


Beginning on Tuesday afternoon 12th of October 2021 and running for eight weeks Bangor Parish Church in partnership with First Presbyterian Church Bangor, will host a CAP Life Skills course in Bangor Parish Church.

This course is designed to help people live well while spending less. Covering four main topics of Money, Organisation, Health and Wellbeing and Relationships, the 8 sessions are fun, engaging and informative. Jonny Tate (BPC) is currently training to become Life Skills Manager while, Diane Maltman (BPC), Karen McConnell (BPC), and George Monaghan (FPCB) are training to be Life Skills coaches. Please pray the training goes well and that the Lord will bring people to join the course in October.    

What does the Life Skills course involve? Life Skills is an eight-week course that will equip you with tools such as how to eat well on a budget, and how to make your money go further. You’ll meet with a group of like-minded people and learn practical skills from our trained coaches – and have some fun along the way!


How much does it cost? Absolutely nothing – our Life Skills courses are completely free.
 
Do I have to be a Christian? Not at all – Life Skills is for everyone. As Christians, we believe that God answers prayer, so we may offer to pray with you, and talk about our faith, but it’s up to you if you’re happy for us to do this or not. We’re passionate about helping people from all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities and faiths.