Together Canterbury

Kent Places of Welcome

Places of Welcome is a network of small community organisations, including faith communities, who offer an unconditional welcome to local people for at least a few hours a week.Read more

Know Your Church, Know Your Community

KYCKYC is a facilitated process that helps churches to think about themselves in relation to the local communities they seek to serve and to reach prayerful decisions on their mission in those communities.Read more

Community Hubs

Community Hubs are hosted in a coffee shop environment in churches and community centres with trained volunteers listening to people’s problems, and then trying to signpost ways to help.Read more

Credit Unions

A credit union is a financial organisation providing simple financial products such as savings and loans. There are 400 independent credit unions in Great Britain.Read more

Connecting Canterbury

Working across the city of Canterbury the community hubs are open every day from Monday to Saturday. With growing requests for assistance, volunteers are urgently needed.Read more

Street Klub

Street Klub is a pop up Sunday school in Canterbury which operates on streets where children live. Outgoing volunteers always welcome.Read more

Places of Support in Kent

An interactive map of Kent allows you to find the nearest and most appropriate source of support. You can also contact organisations direct for volunteering.Read more

Prayer Care Thanet

Volunteers are sought who are good listeners and able to commit to at least two afternoons per month.Read more

Development Worker

Keith Berry is keen to make churches more visible as centres of their communities. He is sure that there is a Christian community in every parish that can get engaged with those in need in their area.Read more

Support Team

The Diocese of Canterbury supports Together Canterbury with an able team of support staff.Read more