The church partners with Community Wise, a community centre, which is a focal point for the local community and a provider of community services. It is used by over 2000 people every week who attend a regular programme including senior citizens groups, dance and art groups, NCT, cubs and scouts, English Language classes, Slimming World, singing plus a local village market once a month.
Community Wise is a popular venue for children’s birthday parties and other events in Eastbourne. We have two large halls and several smaller meeting rooms available for hire as well as all the facilities and equipment needed to make your event a success.
We have recently fully re-developed our back playground making it into a safe and secure space available for hire.
Community Wise has its own community shop run by a team of staff and volunteers. It is a hub of life and the place to find a bargain. Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 10am – 4pm each day, closing each day for lunch from 1pm – 2pm and on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
For information about Community Wise please click here to visit their website or call the office on 01323 722924.
Other projects the church family are involved with:
A ministry to meet the spiritual needs of elderly people in over
70 residential care homes around Eastbourne.
An Eastbourne project helping and support people seeking work.
A project that tours the UK educating teenagers about healthy sexuality.
International Fellowship for the Handicapped
A charity that aims to create awareness among the world wide Christian Church of the spiritual needs of disabled people.
The Quicken Trust is a Charity that works with villages in Kabubbu in Uganda, helping them to create homes, schools, water supplies through financial and practical help. Our young people every Sunday morning give their offering to help support this cause.
Eastbourne Foodbank is a Christian charity that helps people in crisis with emergency food, advocacy, signposting, children’s clothing, shoes & bedding.
A charity that work supporting local primary schools in the delivery of Christian collective worship and religious education. They are also involved in setting up lunch time clubs, providing training for teachers, and consultation in RE and Collective Worship at both local and national levels.