Churches are working in partnership with Essex Savers and Christians Against Poverty to lift the burden of debt and help people learn how to manage their money.
Essex Savers credit union
Essex churches are among the 25 locations from which the county’s credit union, Essex Savers delivers money management services to local communities.
Essex County Council and Chelmsford Diocese offer payroll deduction to members of staff who belong to Essex Savers.
Click here for more information about joining Essex Savers or volunteering skills www.essexsavers.co.uk.
Pictured above (l to r): Anthony Greenway, Essex Savers, Revd David Tudor, Area Dean of Hadleigh, Sue Spencer and Jean Roberts, volunteers.
Church of England advice on supporting credit unions
Christians Against Poverty
Christian Against Poverty (CAP) runs 220 debt centres nationally, some of which are linked to churches in Chelmsford Diocese.
Each client is given a CAP Account and makes a weekly or monthly payment into their account to cover all their debt repayments which CAP then distributes on their behalf.
Clients can make an appointment at their local centre by phoning 0800 328 0006.
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