Team Promising Futures’s story
We are entering a team into The MIGHTY River Weaver Dragon Boat Challenge as part of Northwich River Festival 2019.
50% of the amount we sponsor will go to The Festival's nominated charity: Cheshire Without Abuse - which supports families affected by domestic abuse - as well as other Rotary good causes.
The remaining 50% will go to our own nominated cause: Promising Future.
We want to bring St Helen’s alive for the whole community as part of our mission Serving Christ, Serving the Community and have made a lot of progress on our Vision for St Helens in the 21st Century.
St Helen’s church is over 650 years old, the oldest and most beautiful building in Northwich. We are already achieving increased use, enabling people to enjoy St Helens through an increasing range of activities from Saturday opening, film nights, mums and toddlers’ sessions, inclusive worship, learning, sharing and participation.
We are going to provide a more welcoming entrance and new catering, meeting, toilet and storage facilities including a new extension on the north side of the church. We will carefully re-landscape the churchyard to make it the most beautiful place in Northwich, providing space for outdoor gathering, enjoyment, contemplation, easy access and car parking. We will repair the medieval stonework and carefully clean our beautiful stained glass windows.
St Helen’s shows the life and story of the community over hundreds of years. It exists to make life better for all, to offer life in all its fullness.
This project will cost a seven-figure sum and take several years to achieve, but we are on the way! Come and share – it’s for you!
Please support our efforts - and remember to come and cheers us on at Northwich River Festival 2019 - 13th and 14th July 2019