St. Helens Town Centre
Our team works with shoppers, traders and businesses alike, and will always try to make time for a chat and a cup of tea with people who want to take some time out of their busy day to talk.
In St Mary's Market there is a Prayer Stall (opposite the jeweller's) which is available all the time for people of all faiths, and none. Why not find it and take a little time and space away from the busy-ness of the town centre? A small oasis in the desert of everyday life.
Louise Foster is the volunteer chaplain in St Mary’s Market and can be found there most Mondays.
Francis Sephton and Maria Overend cover the Hall Street and Commercial Street area of the town.
Barbara Evans and Sally Kitto are the volunteer chaplains who cover Duke Street and Westfield Street.
All of our chaplains are never too busy to stop, share a story and a brew - keep an eye out for them in town.
For more details on volunteering or what the chaplains do in St Helens, contact the Regional Volunteer Coordinator Anita: firstname.lastname@example.org
YMCA St Helens
Kieran Bohan is a lay member of the leadership team at St Bride's Anglican Church in Toxteth, Liverpool and co-ordinator of Open Table, an ecumenical Christian worship community for LGBT people, their family and friends and all who seek an inclusive church.
Kieran works with YMCA St Helens, which provides accommodation for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, plus health and well-being support for children and young people in St Helens. His role is to help the YMCA to maintain a Christian ethos by providing for the pastoral needs of service users, volunteers and staff, particularly to help service users understand more fully life's events as they relate to their spiritual and emotional well-being.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a volunteer chaplain at YMCA St Helens, please contact Kieran: email@example.com
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