Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

St Paul’s is a partner church in the newly established West Bridgford and South Nottingham CAP Debt Centre. It is a charity in it’s own right, but one of over 300 centres set up in conjunction with Christians Against Poverty, (CAP), during the last 21 years. As well as providing financial support we aim to also offer practical assistance in the day to day running of the centre. Whilst called a “centre” this is a virtual one and it does not operate from a fixed base as such.

The centre has its own board of trustees drawn from the churches and a manager, Chris Blainey, from St Luke’s has been appointed.

The CAP debt relief model is highly respected by over 1000 companies within the finance industry e.g. councils, utilities and mortgage companies,  who are happy to work with CAP because it’s model works!

A holistic approach is adopted, the aim being to look after not just clients finances, but their spiritual and welfare needs also.

To find out more or to offer help in some way please speak to Ian Robinson, the St Paul’s CAP champion. In addition if you would like to support the Debt centre financially  with it's running costs and CAP central fees you can download the necessary documents from here. Please return the completed documents, as necessary, to the address at the bottom of the promise form.

For an update on Prayer Points and upcoming calender dates here is a link to the CAP Debt Centre April News and Prayer Letter.

You can also find out more about Christians Against Poverty on their website here.

If you are burdened with debt why not take the first step in becoming debt free via CAP. Call 0800 328 0006 to book an appointment with our debt centre manager.