Organisation Directory

Chernobyl Children's Project - Leeds

The group provides recuperative holidays for children from the areas in Belarus affected by the Chernobyl disaster of 1986. Between 14 and 20 children come for four weeks in the Summer and are hosted in Leeds. We raise funds to bring them and organise activities around the visit and provide information about the current status of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Fund-raising also provides resources for aid convoys to Belarus and working with Belarusian authorities to develop medical and social projects.

ChildLine Yorkshire and North East

ChildLine is the UK's free and confidential 24-hour helpline for children and young people receiving calls on a wide range of issues - the most common including; abuse, bullying, serious family tensions, and concern for others. We currently have a real need for Helpline Counselling volunteers. Full training is provided and no academic qualifications are required. For more information on how you can get involved with ChildLine, please call 0844 892 0240 and we'll send you an information email/pack plus an invite to our next Volunteer Information Meeting. Alternatively, you can visit our website at www.nspcc.org.uk and enquire online.

Children's Heart Surgery Fund
ChildsSide
Chippendale Society

The Chippendale Society is devoted to the appreciation of the work of the furniture maker Thomas Chippendale. The Society was founded in 1965 in Otley, Chippendale's home town. It's aims are: 1. To advance public education and to promote the appreciation and study of the work of Thomas Chippendale senior and junior. 2. To acquire, preserve and maintain examples of his work for the benefit of the nation. A substantial proportion of the Society's membership live in Otley or Wharfedale (Thomas Chippendale's birthplace). For more information about the Society's activities, please consult the website.

CHIVA (Children in Vulnerable Accommodation)

The Children in Vulnerable Accommodation (CHIVA) Project aims to help children and young people to achieve the five outcomes that are in the Children's Act 2004: to be healthy, to stay safe, to enjoy and achieve, to make a positive contribution and to achieve economic wellbeing. CHIVA provides early intervention and preventative support to children and young people up to the age of 19 who are: homeless (living in hostels or emergency accommodation, living in women's refuge accommodation), Traveller, Roma and Gypsy communities, Runaways, Refugees and Asylum seekers.

Christ Church - Halton

The church premises hosts clubs such as Rainbows, Brownies and Junior and Senior Youth Groups and a church Sunday school and in addition the church works closely with the local community on, for example, initiatives for the elderly (WRVS) on a Thursday lunch time, and various other community groups.

Christ Church Free Church of England - Leeds

Family friendly worshipservices based on C of E type services - focusing on relevant, easy to understand Bible teaching to meet all age groups.Mid-week meetings seek to provide a support group for young mothers and carers of pre-school children. St John's Ambulance use the church for training in first aid from beginners to more advanced. On Tuesday night we meet in members' homes for Bible Study, discussion, and to pray for any needs the group shares. Thursday in term time we meet to provide a fun social and spiritual time for children from 6-10 yrs old from 6:00pm - 7:00pm; 11-16 year olds from 7:30pm - 8:50pm and post 16's who meet by arrangement. We have an annual Summer camp for the 11-16 yr olds.

Christ Church Upper Armley

Organisations: Christ Church Armley Youth Project, Meeting point for refugees.

Christ-Like Apostolic Ministries

Our motto : 'Wisdom is the principle thing, therefore get wisdom'.

Christian Aid

Our essential purpose ?to expose the scandal of poverty ?to help in practical ways to root it out from the world ?to challenge and change structures and systems that favour the rich and powerful over the poor and marginalised.

Christians Against Poverty

Christians Against Poverty is determined to reduce hardship in the UK, through the local Church. It does this through 270 debt centres, a money education programme called the CAP Money Course, CAP Job Clubs for the unemployed and CAP Release Groups. Debt Centres are based at New Horizons Church Morley; City Evangelical Church Beeston; Bridge Community Church LS2; The Vine Centre LS7 and South Parade Baptist Church LS6

Church of God of Prophecy - Chapeltown

A religious organisation of Pentecostal origin. Child daycare facilities - private nursery. Halls are available for hire - please contact the Administrator.

Church of Jesus Christ Apostolic - Leeds

We are a Christian Organisation (Our Faith is Apostolic Doctrine). Our daily services take place on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. On Wednesdays, when possible, the hall is open for a social meeting. Other groups use the building with us - including members of the Erentheria Church.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The Church of Latter-day Saints is a worldwide Christian church meeting the needs of the local members organised as geographical 'Wards' or 'Branches' of up to 500 members. The church is constantly inviting people to accept Jesus Christ and become members. All members receive the support and encouragement through its resources in areas of education, employment, social/emotional, spiritual, health, home-storage and resource management. Members also offer services on a case-by-case basis to meet need in the community and offer financial contributions to the church's Humanitarian Aid Programme. As a public service the church world-wide provide family history centres in selected areas such as our premises at Vesper Road. For further information please consult the websites: http://www.mormon.org and http://www.lds.org

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Cross Gates

The Church of Latter-day Saints is a worldwide Christian church meeting the needs of the local members organised as geographical 'Wards' or 'Branches' of up to 500 members

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Farsley

Please see the website for more information.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Hawksworth

The Church of Latter-day Saints is a worldwide Christian church meeting the needs of the local members organised as geographical 'Wards' or 'Branches' of up to 500 members

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Menston

To practice and promote the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Church of the Ascension - Seacroft

Church, community investment and support, work and social activities.

Church of the Epiphany - Gipton

We give a warm welcome to anyone who would like to join us for our services or meetings. Sunday Worship is at 10.00am and is Parish Communion on the second Sunday of the month at 10.00am. We hold an all age service particularly involving the young people and their families. On the 1st and 3rd Sunday's Junior Church is held in the Church Hall at 10.00am. Midweek Services include Eucharistic Worship and Healing Services

Church of the Nazarene - Ardsley

Christian organization.

Church of the Nazarene - Morley

We are a church based organisation which caters for public worship, plus community and church based activities.

Churwell Community Association

Our aims are the provision of a Community Centre within our area for all age groups to work together within the community and provide a safe and happy environment.

Churwell Methodist Church

Churwell Methodist Church exists to serve the community by showing God's love through Jesus. We seek to extent a loving and caring followship in sharing that love, in our worship and social activities.

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