Tapton Hill Congregational Church
An independent church founded in 1853 - A member of the Congregational Federation  
  
 
 
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Tapton supports a number of different charities either as a church or through its members

Charities for 2017 include:

Good News Home, Buxton

Good News Family Care (Homes) Ltd. is a Christian based registered charity that seeks to model a sense of family and belonging in a secure and accepting environment. Our vision is to make a positive impact in the community - the influence of each transformed life affecting the whole.

Our primary aim is to offer support for mothers and their children affected by domestic violence, homelessness and drug and alcohol abuse. We achieve this through supportive residential accommodation and our Work Based Skilled Farm projects available to the wider community on a rural farm.


S6 Food Bank
Sheffield S6 foodbank provides three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis. Part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
 
Christian Aid 

Since it began in 1966 it has raised many thousands of pounds to help some of the poorest communities in the world. The Sheffield May Day Trek, and the associated Sheffield Night Hike, together raise about £15,000 each year for Christian Aid and CAFOD. The money raised is used by both charities to support long term development projects.

Maher Ashram

Maher has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 1997 in India. Maher has assisted over 4000 women and children to come out brimming with self-confidence and dignity

Care in Crosspool

In 1986 Care in Crosspool started linking volunteers to those in need locally. 

HARC

Providing a safe and warm day shelter for homeless, rootless and vulnerable men and women in the city between Christmas and New Year.

Sheffield Soup Kitchen

Providing soup and clothes for the needy of Sheffield

Hand to Mouth Puppets

A Christian puppet company that tour the schools

Christian Rebuild

Christian Rebuild operates in the countries of Eastern Europe and the Middle East supporting Congregational and other Churches in their community outreach. Consideration is given to helping with the costs of relief work, youth and children's work, building projects, transport, schools, orphanages, staff pay, administration costs and overseas travel.

Soup and Roll Club meets every first Thursday in the month.
 
Everyone welcome  -  From 11.30am to 1.30pm
 
Bible Study alternate Wednesdays at 7.30pm

Table tennis social and natter on the other Wednesdays.
 
 
RASCALS Breakfast Club Monday - Friday 7am to 8.30am
 
RASCALS After School Club - Weekdays in termtime
 
 
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